This workshop is specifically for employees in People Services where participants will learn about DBS ID checking routes, how to perform DBS identity checks in line with DBS guidance, understand DBS eligibility, recognise the practical steps of applying for a criminal record certificate and learn about the DBS update service.
The aim of this workshop is to equip BCC employees with the ability to deal appropriately with challenging conversations in the work place.
The aim of this
workshop is to equip BCC employees with the skills to work collaboratively with others in
This facilitated workshop, delivered virtually via MS Teams, will support any employee who is going through change.
It aims to provide some time and space for reflection on your experiences, explains why change can feel challenging and aims to build your resilience and ability to embrace and grow through change.
The BCC corporate induction is made up of 5 parts. This is Part 4, a virtual Instructor led workshop which is a must for any new starter and which compliments the other 4 parts.
One of the Council’s behavioural values is ‘Value our Information’ and this practical workshop will help anyone who handles information and needs to share and protect it. It covers how to keep information safe when you’re working away from the office, as well as the consequences of not protecting data and systems.
Effective factual record keeping is an important
aspect of our role, and it is a fundamental part of how we interact with colleagues
and service users. Well-kept data can protect you in instances where the legal
defence of your actions is required and also support you if you need to use data to secure legal convictions. Documentation also ensures a matter of
professionalisation and proof of the improvement of practices. This course highlights the importance of records and how easily they can be attacked or discredited.
In an ever-changing workplace leaders, managers, teams and individuals
face new and ever increasingly difficult challenges. ‘Stress’, ‘pressure’,
’failure’ and ‘setbacks’ at work frequently have a significant impact on future
success and well-being.