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10-08-2020 10:23 AM
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U mean 5-8 years to reach geo5? Wow thatís very slow
There are teachers who took 8 years to hit GEO 4.

Unless you have high cep. Else your final grade is geo 5.
09-08-2020 09:37 PM
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Promotion nowdays, can be expected to be slower... given the top heavy structure.. there are too many GEO5s who are stuck.. soo ,, promotion may be about 5 to 8 years..

If you want it to be faster, join the KP team.. thats the only way..
express your interest in school.. or build your portfolio and apply for open posting for SH positions..or HQ positions...
U mean 5-8 years to reach geo5? Wow thatís very slow
09-08-2020 09:04 PM
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Promotion nowdays, can be expected to be slower... given the top heavy structure.. there are too many GEO5s who are stuck.. soo ,, promotion may be about 5 to 8 years..

If you want it to be faster, join the KP team.. thats the only way..
express your interest in school.. or build your portfolio and apply for open posting for SH positions..or HQ positions...
09-08-2020 11:13 AM
Unregistered How long does it take to reach GEO5 after GEO4?
09-08-2020 12:39 AM
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For someone who is actively looking out for opportunities to grow, develop and climb, 6 years to GEO4 is a snail's pace. By third year in first school, if it is apparent that there are no pathways for development in that school, and you feel your learning has plateaued, it is time to change environment ASAP to a place that offers more chances and vacancies for young blood to step up.

6 years is more like a balanced pace of progression for someone who has told their RO that they are juggling their career with moderate/heavy outside responsibilities (e.g. family) and would like to pace themselves.
How is it snail pace? I donít mean get GEO4 only after 6 years. I mean if you are 6years in the teaching career, itís totally normal to be only a GEO4 officer especially if this is your first career. You must be a scholar if you are GEO5 when you only have 6 years of experience.
08-08-2020 11:25 AM
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6 years and GEO4 is normal progression. What do you mean that your CEP isnít high? I personally know of ppl who only got their GEO4 after 6 years of service.

Do you mean you are slated for leadership positions? Sometimes, itís the environment that you are in that lacks the opportunity. If you really want to take on leadership positions and realised that most ppl in the management team are young, then you may want to consider changing your environment.
For someone who is actively looking out for opportunities to grow, develop and climb, 6 years to GEO4 is a snail's pace. By third year in first school, if it is apparent that there are no pathways for development in that school, and you feel your learning has plateaued, it is time to change environment ASAP to a place that offers more chances and vacancies for young blood to step up.

6 years is more like a balanced pace of progression for someone who has told their RO that they are juggling their career with moderate/heavy outside responsibilities (e.g. family) and would like to pace themselves.
07-08-2020 10:30 PM
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MOE Payroll Officer

Hi all,

I would like to check on which email can I direct my enquiry about my pay advice to? Tried googling it and checking the FAQ on [email protected] but it only mention that I need to approach my payroll officer.

Thanks in advice!
07-08-2020 06:13 PM
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hi all, thanks for responses. OP here.

I'm a degree-holder, GEO4, 6 years as trained teacher

any further advice pls? thanks!
6 years and GEO4 is normal progression. What do you mean that your CEP isnít high? I personally know of ppl who only got their GEO4 after 6 years of service.

Do you mean you are slated for leadership positions? Sometimes, itís the environment that you are in that lacks the opportunity. If you really want to take on leadership positions and realised that most ppl in the management team are young, then you may want to consider changing your environment.
07-08-2020 10:50 AM
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Are you a degtee holder? If so, is it recognized by MOE? Else it would be strange for your RO to hint that you have low CEP where you have veen getting Bs and C+.
hi all, thanks for responses. OP here.

I'm a degree-holder, GEO4, 6 years as trained teacher

any further advice pls? thanks!
06-08-2020 08:46 AM
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hi all

any current/former ROs here have any advice about what bosses are looking out for when considering my CEP?

i've been doing well every year (C+s and Bs consecutively), but been told indirectly that my CEP is not high.

unfortunately there's not much coaching from my bosses on what i can do to be a better employee. whether i get promoted is not so impt, what's impt is my own personal growth to be a better employee.

any advice pls? thanks.
Are you a degtee holder? If so, is it recognized by MOE? Else it would be strange for your RO to hint that you have low CEP where you have veen getting Bs and C+.
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