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South East Wales Consortia Specialist Human Resources (HR) Service
06/07/2017
The National Model for Regional Working (Guidance document 126/2014) sets out the responsibilities of each partner in the education system and in particular the scope of consortia services. Within the range of functions highlighted to support these aims and bring about the required improvements is the provision of specialist human resource management advice to support headteachers and governing bodies in dealing with ‘performance management and capability’ issues. However, the provision is underpinned by a shared commitment by local authorities, regional school improvement consortia and Welsh Government to support schools in their delivery of improvements in education through good people management.
 
Within the National Model it is expressly stated that the provision of specialist human resource advice to support headteachers and governing bodies in dealing with performance management and capability issues is a function of regional consortia. This will include the co-ordination of the development and implementation of key region-wide school employment policies such as, for example, performance management, appraisal and discipline. This will also require a collaborative and co-ordinated approach by
constituent local authorities to supporting schools in each consortia. Local authorities should also ensure that sufficient training and development is provided for key HR staff to enable specialist HR advice to be made available to support school improvement activity.

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