Whether in a school, college or elsewhere in the education service, the role of the workplace representative (rep) is a vital one for the National Education Union. Our reps help us build the union and support our members.

Whatever the scope of your role - from ensuring posters, advice and guidance are displayed on the staff noticeboard, through to liaising directly with the head teacher or principal - we could not function without you.

Reps
NEU reps guide

This guide aims to set out some of the rights and responsibilities and activities a workplace rep can get involved in.

Reps membership list

See these instructions on how to find the details of NEU members in your workplace. Please note that this is NOT a list of ballot members. You have been sent an email with a unique ID to access the ballot list.
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    What does a workplace rep do?

    The role of a National Education Union workplace rep is really rewarding and many of the skills you will develop are transferable to your professional life. And the role is flexible – you decide how much time you put in. Any contribution towards building your union is greatly appreciated.

  • Colleen Johnson, Disabled Memebrs Conference
    Reps training

    For every type of rep, we have a comprehensive support and development programme for you to build your skills and confidence in union work

Ordering materials

Recruitment 

Order all trainee and general recruitment materials including applications forms, flyers and posters, along with recruitment items for leaders and School Direct.

Campaign

You can order campaign leaflets, stickers, banners and other available publications from the respective campaign pages