Organisations involved in implementing and enforcing the law or promoting self-regulated industry standards engage in specialist work to support public welfare
Significant numbers of staff need rigorous understanding of relevant rules and regulations, while all employees must be committed to the culture of the organisation that they serve. High quality professional development opportunities are important to recruit and retain valuable expert staff.
Digitalisation is impacting this sector. Antiquated data storage and analysis systems are being upgraded and staff must be retrained to maximise productivity. Maintaining data and cyber security is also extremely important for the reputation of public welfare organisations, as is universal compliance with health, safety and equalities legislation.
Because many enforcement, advocacy and oversight organisations are dependent on limited funding to operate, cost efficiency is of the utmost importance and learning and development solutions must deliver tangible return on investment. Walkgrove’s team of training experts offer organisations the forward-thinking and affordable bespoke learning solutions they need for both role-specific and general training.