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Building and implementing an effective local workforce strategy Module 9: implementing the workforce strategy actions

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National College for Leadership of Schools and Children's services (NCSL)
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Implementing the workforce strategy actions Inspiring leaders to improve children’s lives Building and implementing an effective local workforce strategy Module 9: implementing the workforce strategy actions August 2010 Resource Preface Building and implementing an effective local workforce strategy is a valuable activity a local area can embark on to enable the delivery of its ambitions for children’s services. Put simply, it is not “organisations”, but the people within them, that make change happen – and workforce strategy is about people. A workforce strategy summarises how each of the organisations working with children and young people intend to work together to make certain that everyone is excellent in their practice, committed to partnership and collaborative working, respected and valued as a professional and ambitious for every child and young person. This local workforce strategy guide has been developed jointly by the National College for Leadership of Schools and Children’s Services (National College), the Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC) and the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA), working collaboratively to improve the support and service we can offer the children’s workforce. This is a practical, “how to” guide designed to provide support and a framework of guiding principles from the start to the end of the process of creating and implementing a local workforce strategy, no matter where the local area is on that journey. The guide has been written for the use of any individual or group whose professional role involves working towards helping children achieve more and securing the best possible results for children and families.1 2 1 As these materials have been published separately on the CWDC and National College websites there may be minor discrepancies in language between the two version

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