Our Induction Programme

Last updated 11 April 2022

Our Induction Programme is aligned to the Appointment Support Procedure for existing employees placed into a new role and the Probationary Period for new starters to the organisation.

Your local induction will follow the Workplace Induction Checklist and your manager will guide you through.  

Inducting in a remote/hybrid working environment
Make sure your staff feel welcome and give them a good induction if they are working hybridly/remotely - some tips can be found here

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Induction training that all new staff must do

Our induction programme is a series of eLearning modules and virtual training sessions, aiming to tell you all you need to know about the working here and help you get up and running in your job whilst fitting into your normal working day.  

Are you a new manager?

If you are, our extended induction programme is for you. It's aimed at newly recruited managers and existing employees who have recently changed job roles. 

It contains mandatory training that must be completed - find out more here

We also really encourage new managers to access our coaching offer, to further embed their learning in a new role.

Specialist induction

In addition to the above induction programme, staff in certain services have additional induction requirements:

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Adult Services

Care Certificate for Adult Social Care Provider Services
Adults Assessment Induction Guide

Families, Children and Learning
e-Induction to Families, Children and Learning


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