CONTENTS. Introducing the Charter page 2. Charter in Action page 3. Key Partners page 3. Challenge to Employers page 4. Voluntary Commitments page 4

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "CONTENTS. Introducing the Charter page 2. Charter in Action page 3. Key Partners page 3. Challenge to Employers page 4. Voluntary Commitments page 4"

Transcription

1

2 CONTENTS Introducing the Charter page 2 Charter in Action page 3 Key Partners page 3 Challenge to Employers page 4 Voluntary Commitments page 4 Benefits to Employers page 5 Management of the Charter page 5 Special Measures for Construction Recruitment page 6 Health and Safety page 6 Equal Opportunities page 7

3 INTRODUCING THE NEWPORT CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT CHARTER Newport City Council, in partnership with Jobcentre Plus and CITB ConstructionSkills, introduced the Construction Employment Charter, a voluntary code of practice which invites employers to recruit and train local people in their businesses. The Charter is a conduit for construction business in Newport, helping the public, private and third sectors to work together to address employment issues, training needs and business development. It seeks to create job opportunities for the local community, to offer employers opportunities to work more closely with local schools and to support the local supply chain. Major projects in the city s regeneration present employment opportunities for Newport residents. The Construction Employment Charter provides the key to ensuring that Newport can meet the skills and workforce requirements of these construction projects and realise the employment benefits. It also provides a foundation for bringing Newport s social housing stock up to the required Welsh Housing Quality Standard. Specifically, the aim of the Charter is to support: a single point of contact for local construction employment apprenticeships and routes into training for young people technical and management training jobs for local residents currently under represented in the construction industry, including female and ethnic minorities The Charter provides a firm basis for true and effective partnership. The key partners involved will have different responsibilities that lead to common goals. 2 The Newport Construction Employment Charter

4 The Charter in action The Newport Construction Employment Charter is designed to operate through the creation of project specific partnerships with developers and their main contractors, bringing in a network of experienced practitioners - funding bodies, sector skills councils, colleges, training providers and job brokers - as required. What we ask of you as a developer or contractor by way of engagement with the Charter is entirely dependent on the size, capacity and duration of the development project. We would prefer to begin discussions with you as early in the development process as possible. This helps to get the right people involved from the outset and to keep them involved. Naturally, early discussion aids planning for social inclusion activity and resources. The Key Partners: The Charter is underpinned by effective partnership working. The key partners involved have different responsibilities, which lead to common goals for employment and training. The key partners include: Employers Newport City Council Jobcentre Plus Newport Unlimited ConstructionSkills Wales (CITB) Summit Skills Careers (Wales) Training Providers, including Colleges of Further and Higher Education Communities First Residents of Newport City Small businesses Welsh Government The Newport Construction Employment Charter 3

5 By working together it is possible to create and help maintain a highly skilled and motivated workforce in the Newport area. THE NEWPORT Construction Employment Charter A Challenge to Employers The Employment Charter is designed to encourage employers to employ local people. By working together it is possible to create and maintain a skilled and highly motivated workforce in Newport. By subscribing to the Charter, you will make a voluntary commitment to the following principles: To open up employment and training opportunities to job seekers and unemployed people living in Newport; To work with the Charter Manager to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of any regeneration and development projects, publicly supported initiatives or public sector procurement your business may benefit from.; To use local suppliers as much as possible. The Charter Manager will be able to provide you with up to date information on local businesses and suppliers; To adopt and work within the objectives and values of the Charter and in particular demonstrate a commitment to employee development and training. Voluntary Commitments Employers will be encouraged to agree voluntary commitments for: Providing the Charter Manager with early notification of planned vacancies in respect of new or major developments. Placing employment and training vacancies with the Newport Construction Initiative, Jobcentre Plus and/or other designated partner(s). Recruiting local people into new job opportunities. Employers in the construction and building sector will also be encouraged to look at additional targets for: Utilising the local supply chain. Extending the number of employees studying for and achieving National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) through the On Site Assessment and Training (OSAT) programme. Increasing the number of employees registered with the Skills Certificate Scheme for construction and building employers Offering apprenticeships. 4 The Newport Construction Employment Charter

6 Benefits for Employers Direct Benefits On signing up to the Charter, you will be encouraged to discuss your recruitment needs and identify how the Newport Construction Initiative and other designated partners might assist you to target local residents. A free Vacancy Promotion Service will ensure maximum circulation of all your job details within local communities. You will be able to access rooms for job interviews and the assessment of prospective employees. This will facilitate an efficient, cost effective recruitment process that targets local people for local vacancies. The final decision on who to appoint will always remain with you. It is, however, the aim of the Charter to ensure that local people are fully informed, prepared and developed to provide the best match to any new employment opportunities. Up to date information on skills available within Newport will be available to you. You will receive assistance to develop your new employees including identifying and offering relevant training and support. Informal information sessions can be organised to allow you to meet potential applicants for any vacancies you may have. This will ensure that they meet your company s standards, thus saving you time and money. You can also be sure that applicants will have access to professional advice on the completion of application forms and interview techniques. Management of the Charter An annual review will be undertaken by the Charter Manager with each employer who has signed up to the Charter. In addition, employers will be asked to keep some basic statistical information on the total number of vacancies, distinguished between those filled by local residents and those local residents who were unemployed or in training prior to gaining a job. The Charter Manager will encourage companies endorsing the Charter to send representatives to an Employers Forum which will meet regularly. Companies will also be encouraged to participate in promotional activities and special events to promote the effectiveness of the Charter and raise its profile within the local community. All information collected will be used to evaluate commitment to the Charter, also to shape training provision should employers find that local people do not have skills to compete equally for jobs. Employers will be asked to specify the benefits and value of the Construction Employment Charter to their company, in order that the Charter Manager might continually improve the initiative. Details of Employers who sign up to the Charter will be publicised in a range of promotional channels including the Newport City Council website. Indirect Benefits Employing local workers means that there is more money in the local economy which in turn drives local consumer spending. This helps sustain and promote economic prosperity in the area. When business development and economic regeneration fully includes surrounding communities it improves social inclusion. This leads to lower levels of crime and higher levels of social cohesion. These outcomes will have a direct impact on the quality of life in the city of Newport and the willingness of other businesses to invest in the area. An annual competition will operate to establish the Charter Company of the Year with full local and regional publicity. The Newport Construction Employment Charter 5

7 Special Measures for Construction Recruitment The high level of infrastructure investment set to take place over the next five years creates a special relationship between the construction industry and regeneration. It is the aim of the Construction Employment Charter to ensure that communities within the immediate locality of construction projects gain maximum benefits. Therefore in the case of construction the priority will be to engage with the Communities First Local Partnership Board to identify local construction issues. At the contract pre-start meeting, the contractor will provide the Newport Construction Initiative with details of the labour requirements and contracts for recruitment and site management. The Charter Manager will target experienced and qualified local people. Although it is recognised that certain sections of the workforce may be difficult to recruit locally due to their specialist skills, we are confident that many appropriately skilled people can be identified locally. Health and Safety It is the policy of the key organisations comprising the Charter partnership that the activities of their entire operating and subsidiary organisation will be carried out in accordance with the relevant statutory provision and that all reasonable practicable measures will be taken to assess and avoid risks to their employees and others who may be affected. Management and supervisory staff of those participating organisations have the responsibility for developing and implementing policies for ensuring that the health, safety and welfare considerations are always given priority in planning day to day supervision at work. All employees/trainees and subcontractors are required to co-operate in carrying out these policies and must ensure that their own work, so far as is reasonably practicable, is carried out without risks to themselves and others. Organisations will ensure that such information, instruction, training and supervision are provided as is necessary to maintain health, safety and welfare of all their employees/trainees and other persons, who may be affected at their workplace, or as a consequence of their work. 6 The Newport Construction Employment Charter

8 EQUAL Opportunities Organisations which participate in the Newport Construction Employment Charter must demonstrate their commitment to equal opportunities and be determined to ensure that they oppose all forms of unfair and unlawful discrimination. All employees should be recruited, trained and developed on the basis of their ability and the requirements of the job. It is recognised that a policy statement on its own is insufficient to secure genuine quality in employment. Therefore, organisations must take the following steps: a) develop, implement, monitor and evaluate a comprehensive equal opportunities policy; b) job advertisements will make reference to the organisation s equal opportunities policy. All employees of the various organisations will be informed that an equal opportunities policy is in operation and will be made clear of their responsibilities under the policy and be instructed to comply with its requirements. This policy will be displayed in a prominent position within the organisation.

9 Celtic Springs, Newport

10 Further Information For further details on the work of the Initiative please contact: Project Manager Newport Construction Initiative Tel:

11

Swindon Borough Council Equality & Diversity Strategy. Agreed at Cabinet 14 th April 2010. Introduction

Swindon Borough Council Equality & Diversity Strategy. Agreed at Cabinet 14 th April 2010. Introduction Swindon Borough Council Equality & Diversity Strategy Agreed at Cabinet 14 th April 2010 Introduction Swindon Borough Council wishes to be recognised as a leading public authority in the way it promotes

More information

London Borough of Hillingdon GUIDE to

London Borough of Hillingdon GUIDE to London Borough of Hillingdon GUIDE to Implementing a Section 106 Construction Training and Employment Strategy Produced by London Borough of Hillingdon Economic Development and Planning Services Teams

More information

Business Charter for Social Responsibility

Business Charter for Social Responsibility Business Charter for Social Responsibility This Charter describes the spirit, style and behaviours we will adopt and will expect our partners/suppliers to adopt as we jointly work together in an open,

More information

Sector-based work academies 1. Sector-based work academies. How Jobcentre Plus can help you fill your vacancies more efficiently

Sector-based work academies 1. Sector-based work academies. How Jobcentre Plus can help you fill your vacancies more efficiently Sector-based work academies 1 Sector-based work academies How Jobcentre Plus can help you fill your vacancies more efficiently v1.2 May 2012 2 Sector-based work academies Sector-based work academies a

More information

Guidance on the implementation of the Opening Doors Charter principles for Welsh public sector organisations

Guidance on the implementation of the Opening Doors Charter principles for Welsh public sector organisations Guidance on the implementation of the Opening Doors Charter principles for Welsh public sector organisations Background Further guidance on implementing the Charter principles and specific guidance on

More information

Employment opportunities for older people

Employment opportunities for older people Employment opportunities for older people Response to the Enterprise and Business Committee Contact: Aaron Hill Policy & Public Affairs Officer, NIACE Cymru Tel: +44 (0)29 20370900 Email: aaron.hill@niace.org.uk

More information

Tackling worklessness. Targeting Jobs and Training through the Procurement Process

Tackling worklessness. Targeting Jobs and Training through the Procurement Process Tackling worklessness Targeting Jobs and Training through the Procurement Process Why Use Procurement? With an annual expenditure of over 150 billion, public procurement has an important role to play in...

More information

Higher Apprenticeship in Supply Chain Management - Level 5 (England)

Higher Apprenticeship in Supply Chain Management - Level 5 (England) Higher Apprenticeship in Supply Chain Management - Level 5 (England) Latest framework version? Please use this link to see if this is the latest issued version of this framework: afo.sscalliance.org/frameworkslibrary/index.cfm?id=fr03023

More information

Arrangements for: SQA Level 2 Certificate in Plant Operations General Construction (Construction) (QCF) SQA Code: GD3R 54 Ofqual Code: 600/2724/1

Arrangements for: SQA Level 2 Certificate in Plant Operations General Construction (Construction) (QCF) SQA Code: GD3R 54 Ofqual Code: 600/2724/1 Arrangements for: SQA Level 2 Certificate in Plant Operations General Construction (Construction) (QCF) SQA Code: GD3R 54 Ofqual Code: 600/2724/1 Operational start date: 1 September 2011 Date of original

More information

Your easy guide to the 2013/2014 Grants Scheme

Your easy guide to the 2013/2014 Grants Scheme citb.co.uk Your easy guide to the 2013/2014 Grants Scheme How to claim your grants Claiming grant is easy we ll show you how Check our website citb.co.uk/grant or speak to your Company Development Adviser

More information

We believe that everyone has some passion, skill or talent that can make a difference to his or her lives and the lives of others.

We believe that everyone has some passion, skill or talent that can make a difference to his or her lives and the lives of others. 1. Vision Volunteering is at the heart of defining Scotland, its people and places and our Volunteer Landscape in all its diversity helps shape a positive, healthy, fair and learning society at home and

More information

Benefits What is involved Types of Apprenticeships Page 2. Duration of an Apprenticeship Cost implications Employer Grants Page 3

Benefits What is involved Types of Apprenticeships Page 2. Duration of an Apprenticeship Cost implications Employer Grants Page 3 Contents Benefits What is involved Types of Apprenticeships Page 2 Duration of an Apprenticeship Cost implications Employer Grants Page 3 Contract of Employment Working Hours Holiday Entitlement Tax and

More information

SELECTION PANEL PROCEDURES FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS 2013

SELECTION PANEL PROCEDURES FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS 2013 SELECTION PANEL PROCEDURES FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS 2013 Selection Panel Procedures for School Teachers 2013, which is located on the Department s website at http://www.teach.nsw.edu.au/documents/sel_panelproc.pdf,

More information

Procurement Policy Note Supporting Apprenticeships and Skills Through Public Procurement

Procurement Policy Note Supporting Apprenticeships and Skills Through Public Procurement Procurement Policy Note Supporting Apprenticeships and Skills Through Public Procurement Action Note 14/15 27 August 2015 Issue 1. Raising skills levels within the UK workforce is key to delivering sustainable

More information

ADAPT: Career transition and single point of contact for public sector employers and employees

ADAPT: Career transition and single point of contact for public sector employers and employees ADAPT: Career transition and single point of contact for public sector employers and employees from Careers Wales, Welsh Government, Jobcentre Plus and Wales TUC Background Public sector spending in Wales

More information

Implementing the Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Operations Management

Implementing the Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Operations Management Implementing the Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Operations Management A National Apprenticeship Service approved Higher Apprenticeship development project Frequently Asked Questions 1. What is the

More information

Higher Apprenticeship in Supply Chain Management - Level 5 (England)

Higher Apprenticeship in Supply Chain Management - Level 5 (England) Higher Apprenticeship in Supply Chain Management - Level 5 (England) IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION FOR ALL APPRENTICESHIP STARTS FROM 6 APRIL 2015 Modifications to SASE came into effect on 6th April 2015. These

More information

Transforming Labour Market Services. Equality and Impact Assessment v3.0 November 2012

Transforming Labour Market Services. Equality and Impact Assessment v3.0 November 2012 Transforming Labour Market Services Equality and Impact Assessment v3.0 November 2012 Transforming Labour Market Services Contents Contents... 2 1. Introduction... 3 2. Background... 3 3. Project Aims

More information

Wiltshire College Careers Education Policy. Wiltshire College. Careers Education Policy

Wiltshire College Careers Education Policy. Wiltshire College. Careers Education Policy Wiltshire College Careers Education Policy 1. Introduction Careers education helps students to acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes and attributes to manage their life, learning and work. Young people

More information

Creative Employment Programme FAQs

Creative Employment Programme FAQs Creative Employment Programme FAQs 1. Creative Employment Programme What is the Creative Employment Programme? How did Creative & Cultural Skills become the National Provider for the Creative Employment

More information

D2N2 Procurement Charter. For Economic, Social & Environmental Impact

D2N2 Procurement Charter. For Economic, Social & Environmental Impact D2N2 Procurement Charter For Economic, Social & Environmental Impact July 2015 D2N2 Procurement Charter For Economic, Social & Environmental Impact Foreword D2N2 is the Local Enterprise Partnership for

More information

Cabinet - 8 May 2014. Report of the Deputy County Secretary and Solicitor. Electoral Division affected: None

Cabinet - 8 May 2014. Report of the Deputy County Secretary and Solicitor. Electoral Division affected: None Cabinet - 8 May 2014 Report of the Deputy County Secretary and Solicitor Electoral Division affected: None Voluntary Redundancy - Trade Union Consultation Contact for further information: Ian Young, (01772)

More information

Higher Apprenticeship Policy Context, the Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Operations Management and Development of a Civil Engineering

Higher Apprenticeship Policy Context, the Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Operations Management and Development of a Civil Engineering Higher Apprenticeship Policy Context, the Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Operations Management and Development of a Civil Engineering Specialist Pathway Overview Policy Context: Higher Apprenticeship

More information

Employing Military Spouses

Employing Military Spouses Employing Military Spouses A guide for employers Incorporating: 1. Introduction The UK has approximately 100,000 military spouses 1 with the important job of supporting a partner in the armed forces, which

More information

Common Best Practice code FoR HiGH-Quality internships

Common Best Practice code FoR HiGH-Quality internships Common Best Practice code FoR HiGH-Quality internships Gateways to the Professions collaborative Forum about us The Gateways to the Professions Collaborative Forum is an ad hoc advisory body. Its membership

More information

What CIPS can do for you? John Burchett. Vice Chairman, Hong Kong Branch. Leading global excellence in procurement and supply

What CIPS can do for you? John Burchett. Vice Chairman, Hong Kong Branch. Leading global excellence in procurement and supply What CIPS can do for you? John Burchett Vice Chairman, Hong Kong Branch Content Introducing CIPS Routes to MCIPS and beyond Membership Benefits 2 Introducing CIPS Chartered Body Charitable Status Awarding

More information

REPORT 4 FOR DECISION. This report will be considered in public

REPORT 4 FOR DECISION. This report will be considered in public REPORT 4 Subject: Safety Readiness for the Summer 2013 Events Programme Agenda item: Public Item 7 Report No: 4 Meeting date: 28 May 2013 Report to: Board Report of: Mark Camley, Interim Executive Director

More information

Work Experience Policy and Guidance for Users

Work Experience Policy and Guidance for Users Work Experience Policy and Guidance for Users P a g e 2 Contents 1 Summary...... 3 2 Introduction... 3 Section One Guidance for Possible Candidates... 4 3 Functions of the Agency... 4 4 Background to Departments...

More information

PROCUREMENT. Embedding lesbian, gay and bisexual equality in the supply chain WORKPLACE GUIDES

PROCUREMENT. Embedding lesbian, gay and bisexual equality in the supply chain WORKPLACE GUIDES PROCUREMENT Embedding lesbian, gay and bisexual equality in the supply chain WORKPLACE GUIDES PROCUREMENT Embedding lesbian, gay and bisexual equality in the supply chain WORKPLACE GUIDES PROCUREMENT

More information

Business Plan Executive Summary. Work Ready Individuals

Business Plan Executive Summary. Work Ready Individuals Business Plan Executive Summary Work Ready Individuals NOTE The following business plan provides a whole-system approach which will support more individuals to make the transition from unemployment to

More information

NOS. Supply Chain Management Occupational Standards

NOS. Supply Chain Management Occupational Standards NOS National Supply Chain Management Occupational Standards Contents Unit Supply Chain Management National Occupational Standards - Technical T1 Maintain operational relationships within the supply chain

More information

Foundation Award in Management Principles

Foundation Award in Management Principles International Management Qualification Foundation Award in Management Principles (City & Guilds Scheme no. 2508) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR MANAGERS Why choose ILM qualifications? The Institute

More information

Tendering to Public Sector Organisations

Tendering to Public Sector Organisations Tendering to Public Sector Organisations Introduction Authorities have to meet contract regulations and must ensure they provide equal opportunity and achieve the best value for money. Other factors include

More information

Tenancy Support Manager Recruitment. June 2014

Tenancy Support Manager Recruitment. June 2014 Tenancy Support Manager Recruitment June 2014 Tenancy Support Manager Thank you for your interest in the above position at Newport City Homes. This information pack contains the following: About Newport

More information

Wood Group Policy. March 2013. Equal opportunities. Energy Supporting Energy

Wood Group Policy. March 2013. Equal opportunities. Energy Supporting Energy Wood Group Policy March 2013 Equal opportunities Energy Supporting Energy Contents 1.0 Purpose 2 2.0 Scope 3 3.0 Responsibilities 3 4.0 Definitions 3 5.0 Discrimination 4 6.0 Breaches of the policy 4 7.0

More information

Intec Business Colleges plc 09 September 2002

Intec Business Colleges plc 09 September 2002 INSPECTION REPORT Intec Business Colleges plc 09 September 2002 Grading Inspectors use a seven-point scale to summarise their judgements about the quality of learning sessions. The descriptors for the

More information

HOUNSLOW SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY

HOUNSLOW SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY HOUNSLOW SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY WORK 2 INTRODUCTION FROM COUNCILLOR SUE SAMPSON CABINET MEMBER FOR COMMUNITIES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT HOUNSLOW COUNCIL Councillor Sue Sampson Responsibilities

More information

Skills performance measures Delivering our ambition for skills in Wales

Skills performance measures Delivering our ambition for skills in Wales Skills performance measures Delivering our ambition for skills in Wales Skills performance measures Delivering our ambition for skills in Wales Audience All bodies concerned with post-19 education and

More information

Opening Doors. The Charter for SME Friendly Procurement

Opening Doors. The Charter for SME Friendly Procurement Opening Doors The Charter for SME Friendly Procurement Further guidance on implementing the Charter principles and specific guidance on procurement best practice can be accessed via the Value Wales Procurement

More information

Tel: 0115 984 9940 sales@atcrisk.co.uk. Training Course Directory

Tel: 0115 984 9940 sales@atcrisk.co.uk. Training Course Directory Tel: 0115 984 9940 sales@atcrisk.co.uk Training Course Directory 2 Course Title Page No NEBOSH NEBOSH Award in Health & Safety at Work 4 NEBOSH Certificate in Health & Wellbeing 6 NEBOSH National General

More information

A new shape of lawyer. Guide to redundancy law

A new shape of lawyer. Guide to redundancy law A new shape of lawyer Guide to redundancy law The prospect of having to deal with redundancy situations can be daunting for both employers and employees. The law provides employees with a number of rights

More information

Sustainable Supply Chain Policy

Sustainable Supply Chain Policy Sustainable Supply Chain Policy 1. Contents Page 2. Introduction & Purpose 1 3. Definitions 1 4. Benefits of a Sustainable approach to the Supply Chain 2 5. Operational Context 2 6. Elements & Principles

More information

Consultation Statement

Consultation Statement Consultation Statement Draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) on Delivering Skills, Employment, Enterprise and Training from Development through S106 Consultation statement prepared in accordance

More information

Your Application and Our Recruitment Process

Your Application and Our Recruitment Process Your Application and Our Recruitment Process Please read this guidance carefully before you complete the application. Orkney Islands Council s Equal Opportunities Policy means that we want to ensure that

More information

Equality and Diversity Policy July 2015

Equality and Diversity Policy July 2015 Equality and Diversity Policy July 2015 Policy Group: Equality and Diversity Procedure Number: 3.1 Procedure Title: Equality and Diversity Policy Author: Gail Crossman Date and current version: July 2015

More information

Yes? A career in social work in Northern Ireland. Do you want to change lives and make a difference? Do you like variety and change?

Yes? A career in social work in Northern Ireland. Do you want to change lives and make a difference? Do you like variety and change? A career in social work in Northern Ireland Do you enjoy working with people? Do you want to change lives and make a difference? Do you like variety and change? Are you confident, motivated and patient?

More information

ww w.cymru.go v.uk IT S TIME to recruit an apprentice and improve your Business performance wales.gov.uk/apprenticeships

ww w.cymru.go v.uk IT S TIME to recruit an apprentice and improve your Business performance wales.gov.uk/apprenticeships ww w.cymru.go v.uk IT S TIME to recruit an apprentice and improve your Business performance wales.gov.uk/apprenticeships more Print ISBN 978-0-7504-8796-2 Digital (English) 978-0-7504-8797-9 Digital (Welsh)

More information

Employment Law Guide

Employment Law Guide Employment Law Guide Settlement Agreements (Formally known as Compromise Agreements) See the separate guide. Unfair Dismissal Length of employment Employees can only bring a claim for ordinary unfair dismissal

More information

The Barking and Dagenham APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME

The Barking and Dagenham APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME The Barking and Dagenham APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME 2 The Barking & Dagenham Apprenticeship Scheme Email Learn2earn@lbbd.gov.uk or call 020 8270 6530 3 Apprenticeships: Opening Doors to a Better Future The

More information

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Policy Version 2.1

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Policy Version 2.1 Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Policy Version 2.1 Original Author: Ariana Henderson Version 2.1 updated August 2013 Contents Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies... 2 Mission Statement...

More information

APSO CODES OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE INDEX

APSO CODES OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE INDEX APSO CODES OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE APSO has an important role to play in continuously improving standards and providing guidance to stakeholders on developments and trends in the staffing industry. The

More information

Guidelines for Recruiting People with Disabilities 4

Guidelines for Recruiting People with Disabilities 4 Guidelines for Recruiting People with Disabilities 4 This checklist is a guideline to improve practices during recruitment, so that disabled people are not discriminated against, and can be assessed on

More information

National Occupational Standards. Compliance

National Occupational Standards. Compliance National Occupational Standards Compliance NOTES ABOUT NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS What are National Occupational Standards, and why should you use them? National Occupational Standards (NOS) are statements

More information

PROCUREMENT INVESTING IN CAMDEN

PROCUREMENT INVESTING IN CAMDEN PROCUREMENT INVESTING IN CAMDEN Procurement Strategy 2012-2015 London Borough of Camden Contents Front Page Page 1 Contents Page 2 Introduction Page 3 Camden Plan-Procurement contribution Page 4 01 Social

More information

Specialising in Hospitality, Retail & Sales Recruitment

Specialising in Hospitality, Retail & Sales Recruitment Specialising in Hospitality, Retail & Sales Recruitment www.xpressrecruitment.com Who we are We are a specialist Hospitality and Retail Management Recruiter offering high quality, cost effective recruitment

More information

Professional & Postgraduate Human Resource Management (HRM) Programme. at Newport Business School 2011-12. www.newport.ac.uk

Professional & Postgraduate Human Resource Management (HRM) Programme. at Newport Business School 2011-12. www.newport.ac.uk Professional & Postgraduate Human Resource Management (HRM) Programme at Newport Business School 2011-12 www.newport.ac.uk 0 UNIVERSITY OF WALES POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HRM PART TIME COURSE 2011-12 Why

More information

Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Employment Rights and Responsibilities Employment Rights and Responsibilities As you work through this section, you will need to be clear about your own understanding of your occupation, the industry in which you work and the sector in which

More information

PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMME GUIDANCE DRAFT SCOPE

PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMME GUIDANCE DRAFT SCOPE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CLINICAL EXCELLENCE PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMME GUIDANCE DRAFT SCOPE 1 Guidance title Guidance for primary care services and employers on the management of long-term sickness

More information

Director of Asset Management and Repairs

Director of Asset Management and Repairs Job details Job title: Director of Asset Management Responsible to: Executive Director of Property Responsible for: Location: Overview of the role The overall purpose of the Director of Asset Management

More information

To ensure quality mechanisms are in place in relation to the School s recruitment advertising procedures

To ensure quality mechanisms are in place in relation to the School s recruitment advertising procedures ADVERTISING GUIDANCE Recruitment advertising is managed by the School s HR Division. Please contact the HR Adviser for your department if you have any queries: http://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/staff/humanresources/whos%20who/home.aspx

More information

Housing Investment: Part 1

Housing Investment: Part 1 June 2010 Research: briefing Housing Investment: Part 1 The first of a series of research papers assessing the impacts of cutting capital investment in housing Shelter is a charity that works to alleviate

More information

APPENDIX A EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT POLICY. Page 1 of 11

APPENDIX A EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT POLICY. Page 1 of 11 APPENDIX A EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT POLICY Page 1 of 11 Revision Date November 2014 Author Glen White, Corporate Services Officer Policy Owner Reason for Revision Training and Awareness Methods

More information

Within this pack or online (www.wsfc.ac.uk under Job Opportunities) you will find:

Within this pack or online (www.wsfc.ac.uk under Job Opportunities) you will find: Post: Temporary, 16-24 hours per week, term-time only for 2 terms This is a temporary post for 16-24 hours per week, preferably divided over three days, although 2 or 4 days could be considered. The post

More information

Apprenticeship Standard for Paralegal (Level 3) Assessment Plan

Apprenticeship Standard for Paralegal (Level 3) Assessment Plan Apprenticeship Standard for Paralegal (Level 3) Assessment Plan INTRODUCTION This assessment plan has been designed by a range of law firms and legal departments with experience in employing paralegals.

More information

LOCAL PROCUREMENT - GUIDANCE NOTE FOR DEVELOPERS

LOCAL PROCUREMENT - GUIDANCE NOTE FOR DEVELOPERS LOCAL PROCUREMENT - GUIDANCE NOTE FOR DEVELOPERS This document is designed to guide developers through the principles outlined in the Local Procurement Charter for City Developers. Photography by Jamie

More information

Job Description and Person Specification

Job Description and Person Specification Job Description and Person Specification Job Description The job description should detail the purpose, tasks and responsibilities of the job. It is of great importance both in the recruitment process

More information

Supporting Healthcare Professionals across Essex

Supporting Healthcare Professionals across Essex Supporting Healthcare Professionals across Essex Workforce Development Apprenticeships in the NHS Introduction Health Education England (HEE) was established in April 2013 to provide leadership for the

More information

FOCUS ON. Business success through training & recruitment. invest in your workforce and gain the competitive edge

FOCUS ON. Business success through training & recruitment. invest in your workforce and gain the competitive edge FOCUS ON Business success through training & recruitment invest in your workforce and gain the competitive edge Everything we do at Lincoln College is with your success in mind. We live in a fast-paced,

More information

Childcare. Meeting your Childcare training needs. Real Benefits. Transform your Childcare Business through Training.

Childcare. Meeting your Childcare training needs. Real Benefits. Transform your Childcare Business through Training. Improve Productivity Increase Profitability Inspire your Staff We work in close partnership with nurseries and childminders to ensure our training courses meet the needs of the childcare sector. The training

More information

Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Management Levels 4, 5, and 6 (England)

Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Management Levels 4, 5, and 6 (England) Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Management Levels 4, 5, and 6 (England) Latest framework version? Please use this link to see if this is the latest issued version of this framework: afo.sscalliance.org/frameworkslibrary/index.cfm?id=fr02453

More information

Principal Designer Guidance

Principal Designer Guidance Principal Designer Five or more employees 1 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 Further reading / additional resources 3 QUESTION 1: POLICY AND ORGANISATION 4 4 4 QUESTION 2: ARRANGEMENTS/PROCEDURES FOR HEALTH AND

More information

HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGY & UPDATE

HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGY & UPDATE Item 7 REPORT TO : STRATEGIC SCRUTINY MEETING 7 TH JANUARY 2016 REPORT BY: JO KANE AND ANN MARIE BULL TITLE: HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGY & UPDATE 1. Summary 1.1 This report updates the Commissioner on key

More information

Managing gaps in medical staff cover - an operational framework for employers

Managing gaps in medical staff cover - an operational framework for employers Managing gaps in medical staff cover - an operational framework for employers This framework is designed to assist employers in making appropriate arrangements to ensure adequate medical cover, and the

More information

Equality and Diversity Policy. Deputy Director of HR Version Number: V.2.00 Date: 27/01/11

Equality and Diversity Policy. Deputy Director of HR Version Number: V.2.00 Date: 27/01/11 Equality and Diversity Policy Author: Deputy Director of HR Version Number: V.2.00 Date: 27/01/11 Approval and Authorisation Completion of the following signature blocks signifies the review and approval

More information

BUSINESS CODE OF CONDUCT

BUSINESS CODE OF CONDUCT BUSINESS CODE OF CONDUCT PREPARED FOR: ode March 2011 Page 1 Contents 1 BUSINESS CODE OF CONDUCT... 3 2 MISSION STATEMENT... 3 3 PRINCIPLES AND VALUES... 3 4 RELATIONSHIPS... 4 5 BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION...

More information

Opportunities for All. Supporting all young people to participate in post-16 learning, training or work

Opportunities for All. Supporting all young people to participate in post-16 learning, training or work Opportunities for All Supporting all young people to participate in post-16 learning, training or work SUPPORTING IMPLEMENTATION Context The Scottish Government recognises the disproportionate impact that

More information

RECRUITING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. A Guide for Employers. uel.ac.uk

RECRUITING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. A Guide for Employers. uel.ac.uk RECRUITING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS A Guide for Employers uel.ac.uk ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON The University of East London (UEL) attracts a vibrant and diverse community, with over 26,000 students

More information

Qualification Number: 601/6551/0 Purpose Statement Version 2.0 published 22 April 2016

Qualification Number: 601/6551/0 Purpose Statement Version 2.0 published 22 April 2016 Qualification Number: 601/6551/0 Purpose Statement Version 2.0 published 22 April 2016 The AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting 1 The AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting Who should choose to study

More information

MODERN APPRENTICESHIP

MODERN APPRENTICESHIP A MODERN APPRENTICESHIP IN Electronic Security Systems at SCQF Level 6 FRAMEWORK DOCUMENT FOR SCOTLAND Skills for Security Approved November 2013 Skills for Security Kirkham House, John Comyn Drive, Worcester,

More information

Knowsley Community College

Knowsley Community College Knowsley Community College Inspection report Provider reference 130486 Published date April 2008 Audience Post-sixteen Published date April 2008 Provider reference 130486 Inspection report: Knowsley Community

More information

Corporate Health and Safety Policy

Corporate Health and Safety Policy Corporate Health and Safety Policy Publication code: ED-1111-003 Contents Foreword 2 Health and Safety at Work Statement 3 1. Organisation and Responsibilities 5 1.1 The Board 5 1.2 Chief Executive 5 1.3

More information

Suite Overview...2. Glossary...8. Functional Map.11. List of Standards..15. Youth Work Standards 16. Signposting to other Standards...

Suite Overview...2. Glossary...8. Functional Map.11. List of Standards..15. Youth Work Standards 16. Signposting to other Standards... LSI YW00 Youth Work National Occupational Standards Introduction Youth Work National Occupational Standards Introduction Contents: Suite Overview...2 Glossary......8 Functional Map.11 List of Standards..15

More information

Provider Level Duration Requirements/Leads To. Full Time

Provider Level Duration Requirements/Leads To. Full Time Health & Social Care s at Hertfordshire s Regional Caring for children Cache Foundation Award Level 1 Level 1 1 Year Full Time Requirements: A minimum of 130 GCSE entry points including; English and Maths

More information

Foundation Apprenticeship in Mechanical Engineering

Foundation Apprenticeship in Mechanical Engineering FOUNDATION APPRENTICESHIPS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Foundation Apprenticeship in Mechanical Engineering at: City of Glasgow College Information Pack APPRENTICESHIPS.SCOT/FOUNDATION Foundation Apprenticeship

More information

EAST SURREY COLLEGE EQUALITY SCHEME

EAST SURREY COLLEGE EQUALITY SCHEME EAST SURREY COLLEGE EQUALITY SCHEME EQUALITY OUR COMMITMENT East Surrey College is committed to ensuring the fair treatment of all its staff, established and sessional, support and care workers, volunteers,

More information

Employment and Skills Plan (For post-construction activities)

Employment and Skills Plan (For post-construction activities) Name of contract Main organisation Author Estimated contract value Employment and Skills Plan (For post-construction activities) Completion of construction phase date Start of operations date This document

More information

Childcare, Health and Care

Childcare, Health and Care Childcare, Health and Care Do you aspire to pursue a career within the education, health or care sector? Whether you are looking for a career as a nursery assistant, nursery officer, early year s practitioner,

More information

A Good Practice Toolkit on Equality and Diversity when contracting with the Royal Borough

A Good Practice Toolkit on Equality and Diversity when contracting with the Royal Borough A Good Practice Toolkit on Equality and Diversity when contracting with the Royal Borough For Small and Medium Sized Enterprises September 2011 DRAFT Page 1 of 8 Introduction The Royal Borough of Windsor

More information

CHC50608 Diploma of Community Services Work

CHC50608 Diploma of Community Services Work Course outline ANIBT Course Code: DCSW_DOM0612 CRICOS Code: This course is not currently available to International students Delivery Mode: Face to Face Classroom Residential Workshop On-line/Distance

More information

RESOLUTION TIME TO ACT: MORE QUALITY EMPLOYMENT! COUNCIL OF MEMBERS/ EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 17-18 APRIL 2015

RESOLUTION TIME TO ACT: MORE QUALITY EMPLOYMENT! COUNCIL OF MEMBERS/ EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 17-18 APRIL 2015 RESOLUTION TIME TO ACT: MORE QUALITY EMPLOYMENT! COUNCIL OF MEMBERS/ EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 17-18 APRIL 2015 1 The economic and financial crisis has had a significant negative

More information

Practical Guidelines For Employers On Eliminating Age Discrimination in Employment

Practical Guidelines For Employers On Eliminating Age Discrimination in Employment Practical Guidelines For Employers On Eliminating Age Discrimination in Employment The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Practical Guidelines for Employers On Eliminating Age Discrimination

More information

LSI SE00 Supported Employment National Occupational Standards

LSI SE00 Supported Employment National Occupational Standards LSI SE00 Supported Employment National Occupational Standards Contents Suite Overview About the NOS Performance & Knowledge Scope: * Definition * Functional Process Values of SE Mapping Functions to the

More information

RHONDDA CYNON TAF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL CABINET 23 RD JULY 2015

RHONDDA CYNON TAF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL CABINET 23 RD JULY 2015 RHONDDA CYNON TAF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL CABINET 23 RD JULY 2015 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION AND LIFELONG LEARNING AND THE DIRECTOR OF REGENERATION & PLANNING Author: Zoe Lancelott, Head of Engagement

More information

Careers and Employability Service

Careers and Employability Service Careers and Employability Service Statement of Service for students and recent graduates The University Careers and Employability Service (CES) provides a range of impartial information, advice, guidance

More information

Business Gateway HR Surgeries

Business Gateway HR Surgeries JOINED UP FOR BUSINESS Financial Incentives, A-Z 2015 Business Gateway HR Surgeries What is this? Business Gateway can now offer free HR support to small businesses, a consultant can offer 1-2-1 advice

More information

Info sheet : Considering labour standards in the procurement process

Info sheet : Considering labour standards in the procurement process Info sheet : Considering labour standards in the procurement process In line with the EU procurement rules and the Government s value for money principle, contracting authorities can take steps to consider

More information

Nottingham Trent University Course Specification MA Criminology

Nottingham Trent University Course Specification MA Criminology Nottingham Trent University Course Specification MA Criminology Basic Course Information 1. Awarding Institution: Nottingham Trent University 2. School/Campus: School of Social Science/City Campus 3. Final

More information

CORPORATE EQUALITIES OBJECTIVES. Action Plan. A Proud, Fair & Cohesive Harrow, a Great Place to Live, Work & Visit

CORPORATE EQUALITIES OBJECTIVES. Action Plan. A Proud, Fair & Cohesive Harrow, a Great Place to Live, Work & Visit CORPORATE EQUALITIES OBJECTIVES Action Plan CORPORATE EQUALITY OBJECTIVES ACTION PLAN 2016/17 Objective: An inclusive workforce that feels valued, respected and reflects our community Priority (needs identified)

More information

A Foundation Apprenticeship in Social Services and Healthcare at SCQF level 6

A Foundation Apprenticeship in Social Services and Healthcare at SCQF level 6 A Foundation Apprenticeship in Social Services and Healthcare at SCQF level 6 This document provides you with information you will require to deliver a Foundation Apprenticeship in Social Services and

More information