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"Providing innovation, excellence and expertise to schools and academies across London and the South East."
29 Nov 2022 18:30 – 20:00
This termly development session provides all Governors, and not just Chairs, with the opportunity to hear about and discuss the key issues that are currently on the educational/governance landscape.
This course is non-chargeable for those schools that have an annual Octavo Governance training contract.
This forum will provide delegates with the opportunity to:
•Hear about the key governance and educational issues on the landscape and discuss how these have impacted governance practice.•Share best practice and learning points with other school Governors.•Ask questions of the Governance Team.
Please note that a place must be booked beforehand in order to be able to attend the session. Those delegates who have booked a place by 5pm on the day before the session will receive, via an email, a Microsoft Teams meeting link which will be needed to join the Briefing. To ensure the security of the virtual meeting, Governors who have not booked and not been sent the link will not be allowed to join the training session.
For those Governors whose schools have purchased a training contract with Octavo Governance, attendance at this session will be at no additional charge; Governors whose school have not purchased an Octavo Governance training contract are warmly welcome to attend this virtual session for a fee of £115 plus VAT.
All courses should be booked via our portal. Click ‘Book Now’ to log in and secure your place. If you do not have a user account for our portal please contact email@example.com with the completed new user request form (found below) or call 020 8241 5486
Microsoft Teams (Virtual)
For a quotation tailored to your requirements, please contact Caroline Davies at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07920 657711.