Hunter TAFE PSA Workgroup Annual General Meeting

Hunter TAFE PSA workgroup Annual General Meeting – March 2016 (PDF version)

17 March 2016


12.30 -1.30pm

Or Video Conference in from

Belmont – TBA

Cessnock – VC room

Glendale – Library LG.6

Gosford – AG12

Muswellbrook – TBA

Singleton – FG8

Wyong – Library J1.05


  1. Apologies
  2. Confirmation of previous Annual General Meeting minutes
  3. Report on behalf of the Committee
  4. Report of the PSA Returning Office and the conduct of any necessary elections if required
  5. Correspondence
  6. Reports
  7. Motions of which notice has been given
  8. General Business

Nominations are invited from the financial members of Hunter TAFE Workplace Group for the positions of:

  • Campus Delegate
  • Chair
  • Vice Chair
  • Secretary
  • Assistant Secretary
  • Women’s Contact Officer
  • Toolstore Contact.

Nominations are also invited for the following:

PSA Institute Consultative Committee Representatives (3)

The three positions of PSA Institute Consultative Committee (ICC) Representative are for a two-year term and may be held at the same time with any of the positions above.

All nominees, nominators and seconders must be financial members of the Association.

Each nomination must be seconded by two other persons who are from the same group.

Nominations must be on the prescribed form (or facsimile of it).

Nomination forms are available at the PSA website:

Nominations must be addressed to:

The Deputy Returning 0fficer, Public Service Association of NSW

Nominations may be submitted:


Fax:             (02) 9262 1623

Post:           GPO Box 3365, Sydney NSW 2001

Nominations must reach PSA Head Office no later than 16 March 2016.

As a delegate or other representative, you’ll be involved in:

  • Setting the collective targets and objectives of the Workgroup;
  • Promoting the values and advantages of union membership in your workplace;
  • Maintaining regular contact with members;
  • Recruiting new members with the aim of obtaining 100 percent union membership;
  • Participating in meetings with Hunter TAFE management to advocate on behalf of members;
  • Assisting members with grievances and other issues which members wish to take up with management.

All delegates to the Workplace Group will be given free training by the PSA in your role, as well as ongoing support from your union.

PSA Delegate

Stephen O’Brien,

David Mason,

Walter Upson,

Murray Brydon,

Mark Coleman;

Lynn Hamm

PSA Organiser

Marg Fullick          

Want to be more involved in your union?

Become a Hunter TAFE PSA (CPSU) delegate.