The Marist Regional College employee charged with multiple child exploitation material offences has pleaded not guilty in the Burnie Magistrates Court.
Adam Michael Hones, 31, has been stood down from employment at the school while the matter is before the courts.
He appeared in court on Tuesday morning charged with six counts of involving a person under 18 years old in the production of child exploitation material and a further 23 counts of attempting to do the same.
He was further charged with five counts of possession of child exploitation material and two counts of possessing a prohibited visual recording.
Through defence lawyer Steven Wright, Mr Hones pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Magistrate Andrew McKee accepted the pleas and committed the matter to the Supreme Court on January 31, next year.
Mr Hones was previously released on bail under a number of strict conditions, including that he not go near Marist, use social media or contact any student from the school by any means.
If you or someone you know has been affected by this story, please call North-West sexual assault support service Laurel House on 6431 9711.
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