Policies and Procedures

CCTV Policy

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

Code of Practice for the Governance of Education and Training Boards

Code of Conduct for LWETB Members

Data Protection Policy

Fraud Policy

Hospitality Policy

LWETB Supplier Charter

LWETB Procurement Policy

LWETB Travel and Subsistence Policy

LWETB Quality Assurance Policies and Procedures

Risk Management Policy

Circular on Procedures for Suspension & Dismissal of Teachers and Principals

Procedures for Suspension & Dismissal of Principals

Procedures for Suspension & Dismissal of Teachers

Disciplinary Procedure Non-teaching Staff

Bullying Prevention Policy – Complaint Procedure for ETB Staff

Bullying Prevention Policy – Complaint Procedure for ETB Staff: Guidance Notes

Harassment/Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy – Complaint Procedure for ETB Staff

Harassment/Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy – Complaint Procedure for ETB Staff: Guidance notes

Memorandum of Understanding Staff Grievance Procedure

Protected Disclosures Policy

Staff Grievance Procedure

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.

Code of Conduct for Staff Members of LWETB

Terms and Conditions for Teachers

Superannuation Scheme for 2015 Teachers – Explanatory Booklet

Superannuation Scheme for 2015 Officers – Explanatory Booklet

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 .

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