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Corporate Services Division

The Corporate Services Division is responsible for a range of functions including the following: 

  • policy development and review;
  • strategic planning, including business and financial planning and business continuity planning;
  • research, development and progression of primary and secondary legislation; 
  • collation and presentation of the Department's revenue and capital estimates;
  • financial control, including the production of management information reports for, schools and external divisions of the Department, monitoring expenditure against budgets and ensuring compliance with financial regulations;
  • managing and processing grants for students in higher education;
  • leading the Department’s re-structuring, redeployment and redundancy programme;
  • leading the Department’s work with unions;
  • provision of advice on DEC legislation, policies and procedures;
  • advice and supervision on financial administration within schools, the College of Further and Higher Education and external divisions of the Department;
  • School Governor and Education Council support;
  • working with schools, children and their families to improve pupil attendance;
  • licensing children appearing in entertainments;
  • monitoring the employment of children and ensuring compliance with the Employment of Children Regulations;
  • administration of endowment funds;
  • providing transport for children with special needs;
  • modern foreign language support for schools
  • managing the Department’s work experience programme
  • Arts development;
  • Arts Council support;
  • handling official complaints;
  • project work;
  • secretarial, counter and postal services.
  • events organisation,
  • insurance matters; and
  • letting of Primary schools.
Corporate Services Division

Department of Education Sport and Culture

Hamilton House

Peel Road


Isle of Man


Telephone:+44 1624 685820

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