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Posted 14 May '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – CTP Leave 

APA (NSW) Member Update

CTP Leave 

Monday 15 May 2017

Dear Member,

We have had several concerned members contact us over the past couple of weeks regarding NSWA’s intention to make changes to CTP leave. 

APA (NSW) is yet to be consulted by NSWA regarding these changes. We have contacted NSWA and have asked that no changes be made until consultation occurs (ie. that current CTP leave arrangements remain in place). The NSWA has agreed to this and have informed us that they will meet with us shortly about the matter.

We will update you once we have more information. In the meantime, if any members are aware of changes to CTP leave being implemented in your area prior to consultation, please contact the APA (NSW) office via phone or email. 

Regards, 

APA (NSW) Executive

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