Alison Robinson

Chief Executive Officer: Alison Robinson
Cranham House (the OPEX
Building), Falcon Close, Green
Farm Business Park, Gloucester
GL2 4LY

Documents

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HR - Shortlisting guidance

Principles and processes for shortlisting

Sat, 01 Mar 2014

HR - Staffing committee terms of reference

Specimen terms of reference

Sat, 01 Mar 2014

HR - Use of application forms

Advantage and disadvantages of using application forms

Sat, 01 Mar 2014

Independent Audit Service - fee structure

Fee structure dependent on turnover of council

Mon, 08 Oct 2018

Independent Audit Service - Model letter of appointment for GAPTC

Model letter to be used by parish/town council to ask GAPTC to appoint an Internal Auditor

Mon, 08 Oct 2018

Independent Audit Service - overview of service offered

Brief information on the Independent Audit Service

Mon, 08 Oct 2018

Independent Audit Service - Terms of Reference

Objectives and responsibilities of the service offered

Mon, 08 Oct 2018

Institute of Crematorium and Cemetery Management

www.iccm-uk.com

About the Institute

TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT, ADVANCEMENT AND WELFARE OF MEMBERS TO FACILITATE THE BETTER PROVISION, OPERATION, ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CEMETERIES, CREMATORIA AND BEREAVEMENT RELATED SERVICES PRIMARY PURPOSES

1. To promote the improvement of cemeteries, crematoria and public services for the disposal of the dead.

2. To promote the advancement and welfare of people employed in the above undertakings.

3. To encourage technical and other studies in relation to the above and to improve and develop the technical and general knowledge of the profession.

4. To provide education and training, including lectures and conferences.

5. To provide library facilities

6. To distribute a journal and papers produced by the Institute.

7. To undertake investigations.

8. To engage people to act in a technical and advisory capacity.

9. To distribute trust funds

10. To promote, support or oppose initiatives (including proposed legislation) relating to burial, cremation and ancillary public services.

Fri, 14 Sep 2018

Tags: ICCM

Jargon Busting Rural Affordable Housing

Jargon which is not always self-explanatory.

Courtesy of GRCC

Tue, 01 Aug 2017

Tags: Planning

Job adverts for new Clerk/RFO - guidance

What to include in the advertisement for a new Clerk/RFO

Mon, 14 Dec 2015

Job description - model

Suggested wording for job description for role of Clerk/RFO

Wed, 01 Jul 2015

Legal Topic Notes - alphabetical index

An index to help you find the relevant Legal Topic Note easily.

Thu, 24 Nov 2016

Tags: LTN

Local Council Awards Scheme

Local Council Award Scheme

The new Local Council Award Scheme was launched in 2015 and will help all councils, whether small or large, attain recognition for the work they do and meet the standards set by the sector.

Registration - The process is explained on page 18. Accreditation will be carried out by GAPTC and an Accreditation Panel has now been set up.

Fees - Full information can be found on page 21. There is a fee of £50 payable to NALC by all councils and a separate accreditation fee, depending on the type of award you are working towards and the size of your council.

Tue, 01 Mar 2016

Local Council case studies - promoting good practice

These case studies are have been listed by NALC and date back to 2015, but they provide a good idea about the range of work taking place across the sector.

Tue, 08 Aug 2017

Locum Clerks

If you need holiday or sickness cover, the attached list contains clerks who have said they are available for locum work. Please contact the clerks direct.

Councils are responsible for identifying the terms under which they employ the locum clerk including having professional liability insurance. Councils must also obtain an undertaking in writing from the locum that any payments for work should be declared to HMRC for tax purposes.

Wed, 11 Apr 2018

Managing People - ACAS guide

ACAS has produced a booklet to help managers, supervisors or team leaders gain skills in people management and to deal with issues as they arise

Thu, 01 Sep 2016

Material planning considerations

Issues taken into consideration when planners make planning decisions.

Wed, 16 Aug 2017

Tags: Planning

Media Policy - model

Suggested wording for parish council media policy

Sat, 01 Nov 2014

Mediation and conflict resolution service for local councils

Working with people is never easy!

We are all different, needing different things at different times, with the ability or not, of understanding those needs and being able to reasonably express or respond to them. Sometimes, the opportunity to explore the situation, reflect in a safe place, can help lead to a resolution in a fraught situation.

Kim Bedford has been involved as a manager in retail for many years and latterly in the Local Council sector as a Councillor, Clerk and County Officer at GAPTC. She understands the pressures we all cope with in our daily lives and holds the National Certificate in Workplace Mediation, and can offer this service to you.

Due to the structure of Local Councils, the nature of the relationship between volunteer, local leader, advisor, employee and line manager can be complicated and sometimes confusing. Using her experience, she will work with you to try and find a way through troubled waters.

To find out more, please contact her by email at kimbedford@btinternet.com, giving her your name, position and your email contact. She will make contact with you to seek some basic information and give details of the approach she will use, together with costs.

Mon, 10 Sep 2018

Tags: Mediation