(iii) Experience may be supplemented by technical and/or tertiary qualifications. This is especially true in highly specialized areas where a school wishes to offer a high level of specialized support services. C.6.2 All SWS collective agreements must be agreed upon and signed by the parties at work and to the employers participating in the assessment. If a trade union interested in the prize is not involved in the evaluation, the evaluation is transmitted by the Fair Work Commission to the union by registered letter and the agreement takes effect, unless an objection is notified to the Fair Work Commission within ten working days. (i) No prior knowledge of the functioning of the school is expected. However, familiarity with basic processes, procedures and organizations is necessary, as well as a positive attitude towards work. This position would also include the provision of basic technical skills and experience that will be used to support the functioning of the school, services and teachers in the implementation of educational programmes. A key aspect would be that the objectives and outcomes of the programme are clearly identified and that teaching for pupils follows guidelines. Basic training for students in areas such as music, language, the use of devices and chemicals, the preparation of chemicals and equipment for students` experiments, the localization and search for sources, and the exploitation of computer software would be typical examples. contribute significantly to the development of policies relating to the functioning of the school and/or the necessary specialised assistance services. .