Learning at Every Stage of your Employment with WCC
Warwickshire sees people development as an essential part of achieving its mission of ‘Making Warwickshire the best place to live and work’, including the Vision 2006-2015 “working in partnership to put customers first, improve services and lead communities”.
The Gateway to Learning offers a wide range of learning and development activities all in one place.
It covers all stages of your employment with WCC; from induction, through to appraisal and personal and professional development.
It includes 1:1 development, courses, tools and guides.
If you are a manager, there are also a range of toolkits, sessions, courses, and activities to help you.
If you find the information difficult to understand, we can provide it in another format, for example, in large print, on audio tape, in another language or through discussion.
The A-Z of Learning and Development, an on-line directory of Learning and Development information for WCC staff.
Warwickshire’s Interactive Learning Management environment, or WILMa for short, acts an online one-stop-shop for learning and development for employees across the county council and our partners
A structured Induction period ensures that new employees are quickly brought up to a planned level of performance and understand the organisation and their role in it.
As employees you are the organisation’s most valuable assets. Every member of staff plays a part in carrying out the Authority’s functions and delivering services.
Do I need a course? What courses are available and when? What is the booking process? What if I can’t attend?
The ‘Working for Warwickshire Framework’ provides all staff with a guide, which details the knowledge, skills, and qualities we need from our employees.
You will be aware that many challenges are ahead for all public sector organisations in the current economic climate and years to come. Leading and managing change successfully will be a key factor for Warwickshire County Council.
If you are a Manager, we offer a range of learning and development solutions and activities to help your personal development and career progression.
On these pages you will be able to find out more information about learning and development for the social care sector and be able to access and apply for learning and development opportunities
Continuing professional development (CPD) is the means by which members of professional associations maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge and skills and develop the personal qualities required in their professional lives.
If you do need to commission / source some external training here are some pointers to help you to…
ABW is the new integrated financial system for WCC.
Health and Safety training, workshops and assessments for managers and all staff members.