"Just to let you know that I thoroughly enjoyed the course. I
think the content is very relevant and I think you are doing
a superb job of presenting the course. I like the fact that
you are very calm, patient and always full of praise for us."
Belishia Visser, Roseland College, Hayes
In all schools, it is recognised that building capacity throughout the
organisation is essential for sustaining school development. The
notion of distributed leadership requires a critical base of knowledge
and expertise to be vital for the delivery of effective school
The programme provides a coherent development pathway for those
aspiring to work within these settings. It is designed to develop
skills and competencies of professional effectiveness, which meet
national performance management and Continuing Professional
Development standards. The course also draws upon the National
Standards competency framework for Management.
Programme Aims and Objectives
The core purpose of the programme is to develop professional
effectiveness and leadership potential to enable participants, through
the provision of a professional learning community, to contribute to
the school’s strategic direction.
Active engagement in a process of self managed personal learning
Increase ability to manage innovation and change in the context of
Enhance competence and self-confidence as key professionals within
Construct a foundation of skills, knowledge and understanding of
effective behaviours in order to increase their repertoire of
responses to a broad range of scenarios.
Workshop Topics include:
The workshops can be delivered on site, dates and times to suit your
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