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Posted 30 Mar '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – Transfer Policy

APA (NSW) Member Update

Transfer Policy – Discussion Paper

Friday 31 March 2017

Dear Member,

Some time ago APA (NSW) raised members concerns with NSWA regarding the ongoing issues with the current transfer policy, the priority points system and the various local transfer lists. A working group was formed and consultation began. A discussion paper was created but unfortunately, the process stalled for a significant time before this paper could be reviewed.

APA (NSW) has advised NSWA that we have significant concerns with a number aspects of the discussion paper and the working group has been reconvened. APA (NSW) would like to hear from members with feedback and suggestions. Our goal is to have a transparent, equitable and functional system.


APA (NSW) Executive

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