Clerks' Development Programme
As a provider nationally approved by the Department for Education, this programme offers both new and experienced clerks an opportunity to develop their role so that they can contribute effectively to governance at their school or academy trust. New clerks will be able to develop their understanding of clerking and develop essential knowledge and skills, whilst experienced clerks will be able to enhance and develop their competencies and expertise.
The programme will consist of:
Four face-to-face modules, facilitated by experienced, high quality facilitators
360° evaluation to establish your competencies and areas to develop
Inter-session research and activities to put your learning into practice
Reflection on your learning throughout the programme
Peer support and sharing practice with other clerks on the programme
|Module 1||9th November 2018||Understanding Governance and the Role of the Clerk|
|Module 2||25th January 2019||Administration, Advice and Guidance|
|Module 3||15th March 2019||People and Relationships|
|Module 4||17th May 2019||Panels & Evaluation of Programme Learning & Impact|
All face-to-face modules will be held at the Pathfinder Teaching School Alliance, Archbishop Holgate’s School, from 9.30am to 1.00pm
|Module 1||13th November 2019||Understanding Governance and the Role of the Clerk|
|Module 2||29th January 2019||Administration, Advice and Guidance|
|Module 3||26th March 2019||People and Relationships|
|Module 4||21st May 2019||Panels & Evaluation of Programme Learning & Impact|
Module 1 will be held at Tickton Grange, Beverley in the Broadley Room. Modules 2, 3 and 4 will be in County Hall, Beverley in Room 2. All sessions run from 8.00am - 1.30pm.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The full cost of the programme is £430 per delegate; £350 will be funded by the Department for Education, which means that schools will only be required to pay £80.