College lecturer members have overwhelmingly voted in favour of taking strike action to defend lecturing jobs within Scotland’s Further Education Colleges...
Members of the Forth Valley College EIS-FELA branch have been taking industrial action since November to show their opposition to the College downgrading 30 lecturing posts to Instructor Assessor posts.
The EIS has opened a statutory industrial action ballot for its lecturer members in Further Education over the replacement of lecturer posts with lesser qualified and lower paid positions.
EIS-FELA has opened a national consultative industrial action ballot for lecturers in Scotland’s Further Education Colleges.
EIS members at Forth Valley College will take action short of strike over attempts to remove 30 lecturers’ jobs and replace them with support staff.
A new survey, carried out by FELA has confirmed that college students in more deprived areas are facing greater barriers to their learning during the COVID-19 shutdown than students in the least deprived areas
A mass online demonstration against Forth Valley College’s continuing plans to make lecturing staff redundant during the COVID-19 epidemic will take place on Wednesday 1 April at 1pm.
The EIS has today expressed serious concern over the continuing use of zero-hours contracts in Scotland’s Further Education colleges.
Scotland's college lecturers have overwhelmingly voted in favour of accepting a new pay offer.
In response to an open letter Colleges Scotland distributed to College Lecturers today EIS General Secretary Larry Flanagan said...
Information on Edinburgh College Industrial Action
Success for Lecturers as Colleges agree to 'Honour the Deal
EIS-FELA Report on the FoI Requests on Zero Hours Contracts issued to FE Colleges in Scotland in August 2013