A.5 Duties And Responsibilities Of Educators (ELRC Resolution No. 8 Of 1998)
A.5 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF EDUCATORS (ELRC Resolution No. 8 of 1998)
A.5.1.1 The ability of our education system to compete in an increasingly global economy depends on our ability to prepare both learners and educators for new or changing environments. This is in line with the mission in the corporate plan of the DBE to ensure that all South Africans receive flexible life-long learning and education and training of high quality.
A.5.1.2 Management in education should be able to draw on the professional competencies of educators, build a sense of unity of purpose and reinforce their belief that they can make a difference. When and where appropriate, authorities need to allocate authority and responsibility that will ensure the building of human resource capacity.
A.5.1.3 In addition to the core duties and responsibilities specified in this section, certain specialised duties and responsibilities may be allocated to staff in an equitable manner by the appropriate representative of the employer.
A.5.2 Core duties and job descriptions
Refer to the following Annexure:
Annexure A.2: Core duties and responsibilities: Teacher
Annexure A.3: Core duties and responsibilities: Senior Teacher
Annexure A.4: Core duties and responsibilities: Master Teacher
Annexure A.5: Core duties and responsibilities: Departmental Head
Annexure A.6: Core duties and responsibilities: Deputy Principal
Annexure A.7: Core duties and responsibilities: Principal
Annexure A.8: Core duties and responsibilities: Office-based educators