Additional school contract, new features from February 28th. Anquap: DSGAs excluded from professionalism improvement funds. Shame

With Memorandum 7586 of 25 February, the Ministry of Education provides indications on the new features for the management of supplementary school negotiations, which have been made available to SIDI since 28 February. Indignation on the part of Anquap for excluding DSGAs from the funds in connection with the improvement of professionalism.

The functionalities implemented in the BIS will be accessible in the following way: SIDI Applications → Financial-Accounting Management → Schools Integrated Report → “POS” tab.

The aim of the dissertation is to increase the quality of the training offer, to support the innovation processes that are underway, also through the expansion of the professionals concerned and, according to Art. 22, section 2, lit. c) by the CCNL in connection with the staff of the education and research sector for the three-year period 2016-2018, takes place at school level, between the teacher and the RSU and the representatives of the trade unions that are signed. of the CCNL, which form part of the trade union.

The Ministry provides some examples of issues that will be addressed through additional institutional negotiations:

  • the criteria for allocating the resources of the school fund;
  • the criteria for the distribution of accessory remuneration, in accordance with Art. 45, Section 1, of Legislative Decree no. 165/2001 to teachers, educators and ATA staff, including the allocation of resources related to the diversification of school work and resources related to national and community projects, possibly for the remuneration of Staff thought. In this regard, there is an obligation to point out the fact that all additional costs payable to school staff are subject to a specific school contract, regardless of the source of funding (resources allocated to the POS or tasks at the checkout. Accounts of educational institutions). In the light of the above, therefore, the resources that pass through the school budgets to remunerate the activities of the staff must also be negotiated;
  • the general criteria for determining the remuneration aimed at staff improvement, including those applicable to teaching staff in accordance with Art. 1, section 127, of Act no. 107/2015 and subsequent amendments;
  • the criteria and methods of application of trade union rights, as well as the determination of staff quotas provided for in the Agreement on the Implementation of Law no. 146/1990;

the criteria for identifying time bands of time flexibility on entry and exit for ATA staff, in order to achieve greater reconciliation between work and family life;

  • the general criteria for resources for the training of staff in accordance with the
    Goals and objectives defined at national level with the National Training Plan for
  • the general criteria for the use of technological equipment for work at hours other than those of service, in order to achieve greater reconciliation between work and family life (right to separate);
  • the impact on the quality of work and on the professionalism of technological innovations and computerization processes that are in the administrative services and support of school activities.

Regarding the possibility for DSGAs access to resources for valorisation, the ministry wrote, referring to a FAQ: relevant legislation, is oriented to define that these resources are not intended for the recognition of the improvement of the professionalism of the DSGA itself “.

Anquap: Indignation for exclusion DSGA

I am, to say the least, indignant at the passage where the orientation is expressed that SG directors are not able to access the resources on improving professionalism. “comments the President of Anquap, Giorgio Germani. “It’s incredible – attached –, in addition to the fact that in a ministerial note with a “technical” value the opportunity is taken to debase the DSGA (again!). I note with bitterness that for the Ministry of Education the SG directors are always good at working and carrying out all the tasks decentralized by the ministry itself and never good for the proper remuneration of their work.“.


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