Fire Marshal Training - 07 Jan
Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (Requalification – 2Day) - 08 & 09 Jan
Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work – (3 Day) 10, 15 &16 Jan
Training for Primary school staff on Harmful Sexual Behaviour - 13 Jan
Food Safety Online- Level 2 - 13 Jan
Training for Secondary school staff on Harmful Sexual Behaviour -13 Jan
HR Portal Form Raiser Training - 14 Jan
(MIDAS) Minibus Driving (Refresher) - 14 Jan
Dangers of the DAESH Inspired Extremism - 14 Jan
Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) Training -15 Jan
Birmingham UNICEF RRSA Achieving Bronze - 15 Jan
Fire Marshal Training - 15 Jan
School Aged Violence Education - 15 Jan
Customer Care for General Assistants - 20 Jan
Training for Secondary school staff on Harmful Sexual Behaviour - 21 Jan
Equipping Duty Holders in Schools to Manage Risks Better - 22 Jan
Educational Visits Co-ordinator Training - 22 Jan
FAST-track to Attendance & Case Study Workshop - 22 Jan
(MIDAS)Minibus Driving (FULL) - 23 Jan
Educational Visits Co-ordinator Training - Revalidation -24 Jan
Induction Training for New School Governors -25 Jan
FREE - Clean Air Cops - 29 Jan
Analyse School Performance - 29 Jan
Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP) -30 Jan
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Northfield (Spring Term 2020) - 31 Jan
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Erdington (Spring Term 2020) - 03 Feb
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Hodge Hill (Spring Term 2020) - 04 Feb
Risk Assessment Training - 04 Feb
Fire Marshal Training - 04 Feb
Allergen Awareness Training - 4 Feb
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Perry Barr (Spring Term 2020) - 05 Feb
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Special Schools (Spring Term 2020) - 06 Feb
School Site Safety (2 Day) - 6th & 7th Feb
Safeguarding Role of the Governing Board - 06 Feb
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Sutton Coldfield (Spring Term 2020) - 10 Feb
Food Safety Online- Level 2 - 10 Feb
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Selly Oak (Spring Term 2020) - 11 Feb
(MIDAS) Minibus Driving (Refresher) - 11 Feb
FREE - Road Stars - 11 Feb
Health and Safety Refresher for General Assistants - 11 Feb
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Hall Green (Spring Term 2020) -12 Feb
Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) Training - 12 Feb
(MIDAS)Minibus Driving (FULL) - 12 Feb
Dangers of drugs and substance abuse in young people - 12 Feb
Fire Marshal Training - 12 Feb
School Aged Violence Education - 12 Feb
Complaints Management for governors and clerks - 12 Feb
Safeguarding Briefings and Workshops - Yardley (Spring Term 2020) - 13 Feb
Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid - 13 Feb
OFSTED - Creating a Culture of Safeguarding - Prevent in Education + QA - 13 Feb
Health and Safety for Catering Supervisors - 17 Feb
Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work(3 Day) - 17, 18 & 20 Feb
Health and Safety for Catering Supervisors - 18 Feb
Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (Requalification - 2 Day) - 18 & 20 Feb
Menus Development, Food Standards and Supplier Engagement - 20 Feb
COSHH/ Manual Handling Refresher Training -21 Feb
Duty Holder Training - 25 Feb
Dangers of XFR Extremism - 25 Feb
Induction Training for New School Governors - 29 Feb
Dangers of XFR Extremism - 02 Mar
Educational Visits Co-ordinator Training - 03 Mar
Preparing your Governing Board for Ofsted - 03 Mar
Birmingham UNICEF RRSA, Achieving Gold - 04 Mar
Duty Holder Training - 09 Mar
Food Safety Online- Level 2 - 09 Mar
Managing Financial Resources for School Governors - 10Mar
Birmingham UNICEF RRSA Achieving Silver - 11 Mar
(MIDAS) Minibus Driving (Refresher) - 12 Mar
Educational Visits Co-ordinator Revalidation Training - 17 Mar
Termly Briefing for Clerks to Governing Boards - 17 Mar
Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) Training - 18 Mar
Termly Briefing for Chairs of Governing Boards - 19 Mar
(MIDAS)Minibus Driving (FULL) - 24 Mar
Role of the SEND School Governor - 24 Mar
Induction Training for New School Governors - 28 Mar
Safeguarding Conference - AM (Spring Term 2020) - 31 Mar
Safeguarding Conference - PM (Spring Term 2020) - 31 Mar
Birmingham UNICEF RRSA, 101 Ways to Implement RRSA - 01 Apr
(MIDAS) Minibus Driving (Refresher) - 02 Apr
COSHH/ Manual Handling Refresher Training - 07 Apr
Food Safety Online- Level 2 - 08 Apr
Menus Development, Food Standards and Supplier Engagement - 09 Apr
Health and Safety for Catering Supervisors - 14 Apr
Recruitment and Selection for Cityserve - 17 Apr
Secure you place here: www.birminghameducationsupportservices.co.uk/Training
Waste and Recycling options for schools and academies
Birmingham City Council commercial waste is by far the greenest waste provider in the Birmingham area. With regards to general refuse we have an exclusively owned ERF (Energy from Waste) plant that is located only 1 mile from the city centre. In short this means that waste is diverted 100% from landfill.
We are the only local waste contractor to have this facility which means that our customers waste will not travel outside the West Midlands. Other local contractors will either use landfill sites or need to export outside the UK. Waste companies that are using the export route will be increasing their charges as there will be a cost implication after Brexit.
Birmingham City Council have a partnership with Smurfit Kappa, meaning that all paper and cardboard stays within the West Midlands and is not exported to China for example.
We can also offer Mixed Recycling, which includes: Glass, plastics, tin cans etc. This is:
· Collected and taken to one of our three waste transfer stations
· Then transferred to our clean local Material-Recycling-Facility (MRF).
Part of a UK circular economy - plastic milk bottles are back on the shelf within three months of you recycling of them
In summary Birmingham City Council offers:
· Waste/Recycling will remain local and not be exported
· All waste will be 100% diverted from landfill
· Best options for recycling
Contact our friendly team on 0121 303 2894 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.birminghameducationsupportservices.co.uk/Services/4445
Contract update: Office removals
Please note Movecorp Limited are no longer a provider for the provision of office removals.
You may continue to use : Harrow Green Limited | 0121 326 0810 | www.harrowgreen.com
View all contracted suppliers here : www.birminghameducationsupportservices.co.uk/Page/10927
Estimated meter readings
Estimated meter readings
To minimise the need for estimations and to ensure correct billing, please submit your meter reads regularly.
When should I send my meter reads?
Meter reads can be submitted at any time, but for accurate billing please submit:
Electricity meter reads: between 20th and 28th of each month
Gas meter reads: from 25th to the last day of each month
How do I give you my meter reads?
1 - The easiest way to submit meter reads is online by clicking here.
2 - You can also do this by calling our Customer Care Team on 0333 003 7874, selecting option 3, then option 1 for gas / option 2 for electricity.
3 - Alternatively, email your meter reads to GP.redhill.WME.BirminghamCity@totalgp.com along with your MPAN/MPR and account number.
If you have any queries regarding your readings or billing please call the Customer Services Team on 01737 275693 (Gas) or 01737 275630 (Power).
PORTAL : https://services.totalgp.com/cas-web/login?service=https%3A%2F%2Fservices.totalgp.com%2Fc%2Fportal%2Flogin
Tips – High Consumption during school holidays?
* The heating is left running during the school holidays and weekends. Weekend and holiday use should be close to zero, with only a small amount of gas used to prevent the water pipes from freezing in really cold weather.
* Your thermostats are turned up too high. A 1C decrease in temperature on the thermostat leads to about a 10% decrease in gas consumption.
* Your heating comes on too early in the morning. It is normally adequate for your heating to come on between 5.30 to 6.30am.
* Your hot water system is left running all year round.
What could you do?
* Reduce your heating and hot water during the school holidays to as low as 5C
* Turn down the thermostat by 1C or more.
* Set the boiler to come on later in the morning.
Waterplus - Notice for centrally paid sites
Due to ongoing issues with Waterplus consolidated billing, Birmingham City Council have requested all sites to be unconsolidated and billed directly.
Letters have been issued by Waterplus advising schools that a new account has been set up from 3rd November 2019. All invoices will now be sent directly to schools for payment.
Water Meter Readings
Please ensure that you take a reading from your water meter(s) as Waterplus will otherwise estimate your water usage.
Water meter readings should be sent directly to Water Plus: 0345 072 6072 | email@example.com
Can you move suppliers for water?
BCC does not have a contract for water and therefore you are able to move water suppliers. In order to ensure compliance with procurement regulations we would suggest looking into the below framework available from Crown Commercial Services: