The administration team is important because we help everyone in CWDC to get their jobs done.
We keep the organisation running smoothly by, for example:
- finding times and places for the right people to meet
- answering questions on the phone, by letter and via e-mail
- writing documents and sending out letters.
We tell people about everything we are doing at CWDC to make sure they know what is going on. We write booklets full of all our information, we speak at events, answer questions on the telephone and by email, keep our website up to date with the latest news, and put stories and adverts in newspapers and magazines.
Finance and procurement
We make sure that CWDC's projects are running well. We make sure projects run on time, only spend the money they have and achieve what they set out to do.
We look after CWDC's money.
We provide IT support to everyone that works at CWDC so that they can work together and communicate better. We make sure that computers and telephones are working, let people access the internet, keep electronic information secure and keep equipment up to date.
- CWDC takes on parenting programme work from National Academy for Parenting Practitioners 15 December
- CWDC has announced it will create a new programme to develop the parenting workforce.
- CWDC publishes third annual report and accounts 28 September
- The Children's Workforce Development Council (CWDC) has published its annual report and accounts for 2008-2009.
- Poster perfect 24 July
- Young people have helped us develop new resources to explain to children and young people how integrated working benefits them.
- CWDC announces new chair 03 July
- Paul Ennals has been appointed as the new chair of the Children's Workforce Development Council (CWDC).
- Help us create databanks for stakeholder views 16 January
- We are appealing for help to compile two separate databanks that will record what parents and carers and children and young people think about the workforce.