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Moving towards joining or forming a multi-academy trust - Birmingham

Date
29/01/2019 09:00 - 15:30
Description
This course is for school leaders who are assessing the benefits and risks to your school of joining or forming a multi-academy trust. Delegates will receive expert advice on the changing landscape and the options available. You will investigate the processes involved in preparing for MAT status and be given tools to assess the benefits and risks of MAT status to ensure that the leadership of your school makes the right decision.

You will have the opportunity to learn about timelines and the application process. Delegates will consider the impact that MAT status will have on the leadership, management and governance of the school, with a particular focus on the leadership of teaching and learning, staffing structures, and the structure of the governing body.

We will focus on financial management and HR management across a MAT, and reflect on the benefits and risks of MAT status and the impact it may have on your school and the local community. The course will also cover how to develop the constitution and the legal and human resource implications surrounding this process.

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  • Understand the MAT application process and timeline
       
  • Learn about the impact on teaching and learning
       
  • Learn about the impact on senior leadership and, particularly, the school business leader
       
  • Understand how to remain financially viable as a MAT
       
  • Understand how you will work with your regional schools commissioner
       
  • Evaluate the role of the MAT CEO
       
  • Understand schemes of delegation
       
  • Understand the legal considerations and how to develop your MAT constitution
       
  • Develop a clear understanding of the MAT application process
       
  • Develop the skills to evaluate the benefits and risks to your school
       
  • Enhance   the financial management skills within the school to ensure it is in a   position to remain financially viable during the growth period
       
  • Learn how to plan strategically for growth and consider the resource implications
       
  • Understand schemes of delegation
       
  • Learn how to develop a plan for your constitution and understand the legal considerations

Early Bird Member - £160
Standard Member - £199

Please Note: Member bookings (Early Bird and Standard) are not transferrable. If a non-member attends an event in place of a member without prior notification and approval by the Professional Development team, the Standard Non-member charge will be applicable.

Early Bird Non-Member - £225
Standard Non-Member - £280

Early Bird Member booking on behalf of a Non-Member - £190
Standard Member booking on behald of a Non-Member - £225
Governing body, principals, head teachers   and school business leaders in primary, secondary, sixth form or   maintained schools, academies, special schools, alternative provision   and sixth forms at a senior level

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We also offer a range of personally tailored training options to suit your needs. Whether this is to train a particular group of staff, a whole school, or you're interested in a particular course but don't want to travel.

Or contact our Professional Development Team:

01444 472 405

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