Strategies & Plans
Every department and business unit produce a Business Plan, which, sets out objectives and resources for the year ahead.
Copies of all these documents are available from your Line Manager.
This strategy is published and drives the business planning and improvement planning process and is monitored via PIMS.
The Digital Transformation Strategy sets out the Council’s strategic digital priorities and aspirations and outlines what we plan to do to achieve our vision for a Digital Carmarthenshire. Technology is becoming increasingly pervasive across all sectors and becoming integrated in many aspects of our lives. Carmarthenshire County Council needs a digital transformation strategy because digital technology has the potential to transform the County and the lives of residents while generating long-term savings for the Council.
The Digital Technology Strategy sets out our digital technology priorities and aspirations over the next 3 years. Its purpose is to identify the key technologies and initiatives that will facilitate and underpin the vision and delivery of the organisations existing and overarching Digital Transformation Strategy. The audience for this Strategy are the leadership of the organisation, elected members, our customers and our staff.
Carmarthenshire’s ICT Services Division provides extensive support and services to all schools across the Authority. This will be the 1st ever Digital Schools Strategy for Carmarthenshire that sets out our vision, underpinned by overarching principles and key priorities areas for the provision of ICT Services to Schools.
The schools’ use of technology promotes innovative learning by digitally confident students, inspired by skilled and creative teaching. Welsh Government’s Digital Competence Framework is distinct from ICT. Digital competence is one of three cross-curricular responsibilities, alongside literacy and numeracy; it focuses on developing digital skills which can be applied to a wide range of subjects and scenarios that are transferrable to the world of work.
This fully costed and resourced three year Digital Schools Strategy outlines where we intend to take the ICT provision within schools over the coming years, to ensure that schools have the appropriate technology to deliver the Digital Competence Framework. The audience for this Digital Schools Strategy are our schools, teachers and staff, elected members and the leadership of the Authority.
Due to recently enacted legislation relating to the Welsh language and policy developments in Wales, it is timely that we ensure that appropriate arrangements are in place in order that adequate staffing for bilingual services is available in Welsh and English to the public.
Our executive board has set out almost 100 priority projects, schemes or services they plan to deliver over the next five years.
It identifies key areas of investment and improvement that the executive board will drive during their remaining term in office, in addition to running the council’s day to day services.
Sets out the key objectives for supporting employees, whether it is during the recruitment process, at work or at retirement.
We are committed to promoting equality and diversity both to you and to the community we serve through our Strategic Equality Plan. We provide information and guidance to you about our commitment and our individual responsibilities to ensure we meet our goals.
The Welsh Language Standards detail the Authority’s responsibility to deliver a bilingual service to our customers and promote the use of the Language in our workplace.
This toolkit comprises different tools to assist with the different stages of workforce planning. It has been developed for Heads of Service and their management teams to help them identify priorities and key actions that their service will need to address to respond to future workforce issues.
Page updated: 21/05/2021 16:35:36