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Worcester - How To Make your School Website Legal & 'Outstanding'

Paul Sample - from The Mustard Agency

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 from 12:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

Worcester - How To Make your School Website Legal &...

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1 x Course Participant from 1 school
Admits 1 Training Course Participant to the Course
24 Jan 2017 £99.99 £5.99 £21.20
2nd, 3rd and 4th Participants from the same school   more info 24 Jan 2017 £79.20 £4.84 £16.81
Early Bird HALF PRICE Ticket (Offer Ends 19/12) 19 Dec 2016 £49.98 £3.24 £10.64

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In June 2016 the DfE updated its guidance on what academies, free schools and colleges should publish online. Then, in September 2016, they changed the rules on what maintained schools should put on their school websites.

  

Does your school website comply with the latest legislation and Government requirements? Could you be in line for an unannounced Ofsted Inspection because your website is missing an essential piece of information?

 

And, even IF it is legally compliant, does your school website make your school look amateurish or professional? Would you like to know what other schools are doing to improve their websites?

 

If you want your school website to comply with the latest guidelines and be more effective at engaging with parents, this is the training event for you. In just over 3 hours...

 

YOU'LL LEARN 9 THINGS ON THIS COURSE

 

1. A background to the new guidelines (published in June and September 2016);

2. What you MUST publish, by law, on your school website;

3. Other essential content to protect your school;

4. School website trends and developments;

5. How your website can set you up for an “Outstanding” Ofsted;

6. Why simple website analytics to save time and improve parental engagement;

7. Lessons that can be learned from other websites visited by parents;

8. Examples of what an “Outstanding” school website design looks like;

9. Six techniques to improve your school website.

FAQs

How do we book a place?

We use Eventbrite to manage all of our event bookings. To book a ticket, just click the "ORDER NOW" button in the "Ticket Information" options. If you want us to send you an invoice (rather than pay by Credit Card), go to Payment Options and scroll down to select "Pay by Invoice". If you have any problems trying to book your place with Eventbrite please feel free to give us a call on 01722 237288, or e-mail us at: enquiries@mustard-training.com

 

Can you send my school an invoice for the delegate fees?

Yes. If you want us to send you an invoice select "Pay by Invoice" in the Payment Options. If you have any problems please feel free to give us a call on 01722 237288, or e-mail us at: enquiries@mustard-training.com


Where will the event be held?

We normally book the venue no more than two weeks in advance. We tend to use big brand hotels (like Holiday Inn, Premier Inn or Best Western), football stadiums or purpose-built conference venues. You will receive detailed joining details (including the address and postcode of the venue) 7 to 10 days in advance of the event. We are always looking for good training venues. If your school/college has its own conference room or training facilities (or you can recommend a good training venue in the area), please feel free to give us a call on 01722 237288, or e-mail us at: enquiries@mustard-training.com


Who is the course for?

Anyone with an interest in your school website will enjoy the course, including:- Headteachers; Sixth Form Heads; Deputy Heads; Assistant Heads; Bursars; School Business Managers; Members of the SMT/SLT; ICT Managers; Finance Officers; Communications Officers; Marketing or PR Officers, and; Governors. The course is delivered in plain English - not jargon.


What sort of schools should come along?

State sector schools including: nurseries, Sure Start centres, children's centres, infant schools, primary schools, junior schools, middle schools, secondary schools, academies, free schools, grammar schools, special schools, UTCs, colleges and sixth forms. Independent schools will benefit from knowing the standards being set for their state sector colleagues, so the course is also relevant to them.


What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

We tend to use well-known conference venues with good parking provision close to major road networks. You will receive transport and parking information with your joining information, 7 to 10 days in advance of the event.


Do I need to bring anything to the event?

You will receive a training pack, with hand-outs, writing paper and a pen when arrive. You will not need to bring a mobile device or laptop with you.


Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

If you have any practical questions relating to your booking, or the course, you can call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton on 01722 237288, or e-mail her at: enquiries@mustard-training.com If you would like to speak to the Course Trainer, Paul Sample, to discuss your own school website requirements, please call him on: 01722 237288 - or e-mail him at: paul.sample@themustardagency.com  


Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes. If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. You can also transfer to the same course at another venue (if space is available). Please let us have any changes to your booking no less than 7 working days before the event. Sadly we cannot refund fees for delegates who cancel with less than 7 days notice. Just call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 237288, or e-mail her at: enquiries@mustard-training.com  


Can I update my registration information?

Yes. Please let us have any updates to your registration information no less than 7 working days before the event. Just call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 237288, or e-mail her at: enquiries@mustard-training.com  


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No you don't have to, but we strongly advise course participants to bring the ticket with them, and any other written information they have received about the course.


What is the refund policy?

If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. You can also transfer to the same course at another venue (if space is available). If these two options are not possible, we can issue a full refund provided that we receive your cancellation by e-mail no less than 7 working days before the event. Sadly we cannot refund fees for delegates who cancel with less than 7 days notice


The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

Yes. If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. Please let us have any changes to your booking no less than 7 working days before the event.

Do you have questions about Worcester - How To Make your School Website Legal & 'Outstanding'? Contact Paul Sample - from The Mustard Agency

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Worcester

Worcester
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 from 12:30 to 15:30 (GMT)


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Paul Sample - from The Mustard Agency

l PAUL SAMPLE is the UK’s foremost authority on reputation management for schools. He is the author of "Managing your School's Reputation," and "How to survive an on Social Media", published by Optimus Education.

l Paul is often described as the UK's "School Marketing Guru." His company, The Mustard Agency, specialises in school branding, prospectuses and brochures, photography, school mobile applications and website development. Further information can be found at: www.themustardagency.com

l Paul has worked with hundreds of state and independent schools, including some of the largest Academy projects in the country. He has helped many Headteachers to make the strategic changes needed to turn the reputation of their schools around.

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