This section includes relevant information for Head Teachers, Depute, Faculty, Principal, Basic Teachers and Supply.
Welcome from the Chief Executive
I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Inverclyde Council. We are delighted that you have chosen to be part of our organisation.
The Council delivers valuable services for the people, the organisations and the businesses of Inverclyde and we are passionate about improving services and outcomes for everyone. Your role in our organisation, and your commitment to providing excellent services will help us successfully deliver our mission and make a real difference to the lives of the residents of Inverclyde.
We will provide you with on-going support, ensuring that you receive the required development to empower you to deliver your role to the very best of your ability.
You should now work through the structured online induction programme, supported by your head teacher/line manager. This programme will equip you with a solid foundation of skills and knowledge to support you in beginning your journey with us.
I wish you well and every success in your career with us.
Infomation for all new Teachers:
General Teaching Council for Scotland
The Register of teachers in Scotland is a database containing the name, contact details, registration number, registration status, and qualifications of every teacher qualified to teach in a local authority school in Scotland. You need to maintain registration to teach in Scotland.
The GTC Scotland suite of Professional Standards have been revised and provide a framework for teachers to examine, inform, and continually develop their thinking and practice.
Engagement in the Professional Update process is a requirement for registration with GTC Scotland. Teachers in Scotland are required to engage in professional learning, self-evaluate this learning using the GTC Scotland Professional Standards, and maintain a record of this learning using their online profile on MyGTCS. Every five years confirmation of this engagement is required, further information can be found on the GTC website.
Inverclyde Council is focusing on making Inverclyde a place which nurtures all its citizens, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to have a good quality of life and good mental and physical wellbeing. Our vision is: ‘Getting it right for every Child, Citizen and Community’, see related link on page.
Equality and Inclusion
Inverclyde Council is committed to providing a culture whereby diversity and achieving equality of opportunity are practiced and promoted, and contribute directly towards achieving the council's key values.
Inverclyde Council recognises the benefits of having a diverse workforce and is working towards building and maintaining positive and inclusive workplaces, where everyone feels valued and respected. Mainstreaming equality and inclusion is a high priority and we are working towards ensuring our workplace practice is modern and diverse.
The Council's Nurturing Inverclyde approach aims to get it right for every child, citizen and community, and this includes how we ensure that people with protected characteristics are safe, healthy, achieving, nurtured, active, respected, responsible and included, see related link on page.
Supporting your development
Your manager will provide you with support, advice and guidance for your development throughout your career with us. Organisational Development Advisors and Human Resources Advisors are also available to support you in your new role.
All new employees are encouraged to discuss any special needs that they may have.
Page last updated: 5 July 2017