Education Workforce Council
Revised Code of Professional Conduct and Practice
The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has published its revised Code of Professional Conduct and Practice. The Code specifies the standards of professional conduct and practice expected of 82,000 EWC registered education practitioners working across Wales and is intended to guide their judgements and decisions. It is important you share the revised Code with your employees.
To further support registrants, providers, and employers understand the contents of the Code, EWC offers free training and workshops, as well as posters to print and display in your staff and public areas.
Check your employees are registered with EWC
As we enter the new academic year, it is important all employers and providers check their staff are registered with the Education Workforce Council (EWC). Education practitioners can’t work in Wales without EWC registration. As an employer, you have a legal responsibility to check your staff are registered. You can check now using your online access to the Register.
EWC event aimed at building relationships with parents/guardians
On 8 November 2022, the Education Workforce Council (EWC) teams up with ParentKind to present an all new Blueprint for Parent-Friendly Schools, an evidence-based easy to use tool which facilitates long-lasting improvements in parental participation. Claim for your free place.
Educators Wales is an all new platform funded by Welsh Government and developed by the Education Workforce Council (EWC). It features a range of services which bring together career, training, and job opportunities within Wales’ education sector into one, easy to access location.
By registering, your organisation can benefit from the wide range of services on offer including posting vacancies and training opportunities free of charge, saving £1000’s each year
To find out more, visit the Educators Wales website, or, why not invite us along to a meeting so we can share with you and your colleagues the fantastic benefits being registered with Educators Wales can bring.
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