NAPTOSA, the second largest union in the education sector, was registered by the Registrar of Labour Relations as the Trade Union on 1 November 2006. Furthermore, .
NAPTOSA enjoys all the rights of a trade union and operates within the National ELRC under the name of the Combined Trade Unions (CTU), called CTU – ATU. The Provincial Autonomous Teachers’ Unions (ATU) consist of NAPTOSA (the corresponding party), NATU, PEU, PSA and SAOU.
NAPTOSA is the only education sector union that is truly representative of the demographics of South Africa. Its strength lies in the diverse backgrounds of its members, bound by a common commitment to professionalism and to educating the youth of South Africa.
NAPTOSA members and other interested teachers are invited to attend
NAPTOSA Primary School Conference
on Saturday, 7 March 2020, from 08:00 for 08:30 to 12:15
at the WITS School of Education, 27 St Andrews Road, Parktown, Johannesburg
Join NAPTOSA on 7 March 2020 for the second of our 4 professional conferences offered during 2020. The programme promises to be informative, practical and exciting.
The Conference is open to all primary school teachers.
Come and join us for a fun yet worthwhile educational day. Lots of new and interesting topics will be discussed. Members will be requested to pay a registration fee of R50 per person. The registration fee for non-members is R150 per person. Proof of payment must please accompany the booking form.
You can download the Conference Programme and Booking Form pdf click here (177 KB)
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Here's hoping that 2020 has started off well for you.
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When someone asks why anyone would ever become a teacher.
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