'Workforce development is the mechanism to equip volunteers (including trustees) and paid staff with skills and knowledge so that they can effectively deliver and improve services to children, young people and families. Workforce development can include: training; qualifications; induction; work shadowing; supervision; appraisals; reading and mentoring'
The pages under this section provide a range of information and resources related to workforce development. Also check out the workforce policy web page and the training section of the NCVYS web site, which provides training, qualifications, volunteering and careers information.
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