NUT (National Union of Teachers) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... Union hold regular local meeting which are rather good for networking if you are into that sort of thing (I'm not!). You ... more
Customer NUT (National Union of Teachers) Reviews (2)
by - written on 24/08/01, updated on 24/08/01 (Very useful, 421 readings)
I have been a member of the NUT for the past 4 years and would encourage other teachers to join this union. What is the NUT? NUT or the National Union of Teachers is Britain's largest teaching organisation. The NUT offers its members legal and professional support which is of a high quality. The NUT campaigns on behalf of the teaching profession and aims to make teaching a more attractive profession. Benefits of membership There are numerous benefits to joining the NUT, here I will outline some of the benefits that I have enjoyed. As a member you have access to a local representative who you can contact about personal issues relating ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/01, updated on 09/04/01 (Useful, 92 readings)
My ONLY need for joining a union as a teacher was the automatic legal cover that belonging to a union offers. Sad as it may seem, the other reason I joined the NUT above the other unions was that they were cheaper. Big mistake. Since joining, I have been bombarded with an awful lot of junk mail, a lot of it irrelevant to me. I have been invited to meetings that took place yesterday (twice), I have been sent recruiting leaflets for other teachers in my school, and have been asked to vote for new members to the local sub-committee secretariat (what?). The only benefit to me has been the NUT website, which is best described as moderate. The ... Read the complete review