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First Steps to Primary and Early Years Leadership
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It is free to register for this event. On attendance, attendees will be invoiced a rate of £295.00.
An Early Leadership Skills Development Programme.
Aims of the course:
This course is deisgned around four leadership competencies:
Improving the quality of Learning & Teaching
Management and deployment of resources
Professional development and practical strategies to support subject leadership
The course aims to address the essential skills and practice to provide participants with a clear understanding of how to effectively lead and manage a subject across the Primary phase, and to reflect on the how the role can bring about improvements at a whole school and individual pupil level.
Participants will have the opportunity to develop skills and strategies to evaluate a subject at whole-school level in an educational context.
Primary school educators (who are looking to develop their early / middle leadership and subject co-ordinator skills; and is highly pertinent to staff who are beginning to take on Line Management or team Leadership).
This developmental learning programme will help prepare staff for the next stage of middle leadership training such as NPQML or similar programmes.
The programme blends a focus on the operational aspects of early leadership with consideraion of growing you as an individual. You will explore leadership models to look at how to develop successful relationships, understand and communicate with colleagues and motivate yourself and others.
You will leave with an understanding of how to:
Formulate valid conclusions that link theory to practice which consolidate effective subject leadership;
Deploy effective communication strategies;
Reflect upon the use of appropriate inter-personal skills for facilitating change when working with others;
Critically engage with theoretical frameworks and literature
Dates and times of course:
Wednesday 23rd November 2016, 9.15am-3.30pm
Wednesday 8th December 2016, 4.15pm-6.15pm
Thursday 26th January 2017, 1.00pm-3.30pm
Thursday 16th March 2017, 4.15pm-6.15pm