Instrumental music instructors denied recognition and respect

27 May, 2021

The working conditions of instrumental music instructors across Queensland continue to be left in a state of uncertainty thanks to employer inaction.

These non-teaching registered employees work alongside school music directors and teachers to provide on-site tutorials and lessons to students, are currently faced with a mixed bag of employment conditions.

 

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