Code of Practice for dealing with Complaints made by Parent(s)/Guardian(s) of a Student, or by a Student (who has reached the age of 18) currently enrolled in a school/centre, against a Staff Member employed by LWETB
Designated Contact Persons (DCP)
Designated Contact Persons are the first point of contact for any person who feels they may be a victim of bullying or harassment.
They are available to provide ‘off the record’ support during normal working hours. A trained DCP is available to both the complainant and the respondent party.
Details of your nearest contact person.
The Single Public Service Pension Scheme (SPSPS) started on 1 January 2013. If you joined the public service on or after 1 January 2013 and are working in a pensionable post, this is likely the Pension Scheme that applies to you. Existing employees who retire/resign and return after a break of 26 weeks or more will be members of the SPSPS on their return.
Find out more at the Single Public Service Pension Scheme website .