Hi Garry, You should start making notes of things your employer starts saying and arranging for you.
I say this because, I worked in Education for 22 years, and when a new manager appeared, things went down hill really fast.
Firstly are you a union member ? if so contact them and alert them to the trouble you are being placed under. If not a member think of joining one, they might not help you for the first 13 weeks, but you can get advice from them, and then after your 13 weeks are up, they can repressent you at any future employment hearings.
My employment, went from my employer attempting the following procedures , so start recording the dates and facts.
Sent to occupational health for assessment ( Did not work for them )
They employed a private occupational health consultant. (still did not work for them )
Increased my manual workload and took away my assistant ( still did not work for them )
Was blamed, Gross mis-conduct, given a task outside my job description, and when it went wrong. With my union help this was dismissed and I was reinstated, with a final written warning for a year.
Had an accident, falling from a roof. Broke my pelvis, back and hand. They denied requesting me to complete work on the roof and blamedmefor my actions. - Till I produced written request from the management to complete work on the roofs and high levels.
Finally, with my union and a good personnel manager, was offered “ill health” retirement, which I took reluctantly, because my work meant everything to me. But what was the point struggling on.
But as I said start recording everything you are asked to do, because if they want you out, they are doing the very same thing I’ve told you to do. But at least you’ve got your side of things documented.
Hope this is of some use for you, and I hope I haven’t upset you. Thinking about you.