We hope you are settling into your new job at HRC; please see below/attached some information to assist you in completing your mandatory induction training.
New Staff Induction event
An opportunity for new staff to meet members of the Senior Leadership Team, to find out more about HRC, its priorities and how we work together to achieve these. Half-day induction events take place on the first Friday morning of each term starting at 9am and finishing at 1pm. All new staff will receive an email invitation approximately 3 weeks prior to the event. The next induction event will be in August 2019.
Initial Training – Six Mandatory Courses
In addition to attending the new staff induction event, as part of our commitment to ensuring HRC is a safe and inclusive place to work, learn and visit, all new staff need to complete training on the following, as soon as soon as possible, but no later than 3 months of employment commencing.
· Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults
· Health, Safety & Wellbeing
· Equality& Diversity
· Workshop Raising Awareness of Prevent
· Cyber Security
· General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
**The above training sessions are mandatory and failure to complete these may extend your probation period.**
Teaching and Learning
Teaching and Learning is our priority. HELPP is an induction session for new teaching staff designed to support you in your new role, clarify our expectations and introduce you to the main teaching and learning systems used at HRC. If you have not already been given a date for this, please make contact with Ian Mathieson, Advanced Teaching and Learning Practitioner, who will arrange to meet you, to deliver the training and discuss any other teaching and learning queries you may have. Ian can be contacted via email ( email@example.com ) or phone (01992 411684).
If you already have a teaching qualification, please ensure you have provided the necessary copy of your qualification to the HR team. If you do not have a teaching qualification we will be in contact with you again to make arrangements for you to obtain these.
English & Maths qualifications
During the course of your work, Maths and English skills are used daily. Most jobs need skills at or above level 2 [as a guide, level 2 is equivalent to GCSE A*-C]. If you already have Maths and English qualifications, please make sure copies of these have been provided to the HR team. If you do not have the qualifications, or you cannot locate your certificates, we will contact you again to make arrangements for you to obtain these qualifications.
Most jobs also require use of IT systems and skills. During your departmental induction you will become more aware of the college systems you will be using. An overview of our IT systems is included in the induction event.
Other professional development needs
Your line manager will discuss these with you as part of your meetings, probationary reviews and thereafter at appraisals.
Many thanks for taking the time to read this email. If you need any additional information please contact the professional development team (details below), view the Professional Development site on Staffnet or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Teacher: Joanne Griffin