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Does AWR still kick in after 12 weeks...

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by spaceoddity, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. spaceoddity

    spaceoddity New commenter

    If I've had one day off sick? Does anyone know where I could find this information?4
    Thanks!
    S.O x
     
  2. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    I think you only have to work on one day in each week to qualify for your 12 continuous weeks - it isn't actually 60 continuous days of work. I went into AWR territory after 12 x 3 days a week.
     
  3. Yes you can have up to 6 weeks break in your time at that place, hence not being penalised for holidays etc.
     
  4. skills324

    skills324 New commenter

    What is AWR?
     

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