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The TOTAL programme will enable dynamic and creative leadership teams, aware in general of the potential of digital technologies, to plan for radical improvements in all aspects of learning.

The two day programme is informed and under-pinned by the evidence from the schools currently involved in the Naace 3rd Millennium Learning Award, an exciting new award which celebrates the best creative and innovative learning approaches in schools today.

On Day 1 participants will look at a range of strategic issues and on Day 2 schools will be able to determine a personalised programme to study these issues in greater depth to meet their specific needs.

The programme will:

  • Provide opportunities to share and explore what works best for learning
  • Provide opportunities to work together with other strategic leaders
  • Map issues, raise questions, investigate and suggest solutions

The TOTAL programme will enable dynamic and creative leadership teams, aware in general of the potential of digital technologies, to plan for radical improvements in all aspects of learning.

The two day programme is informed and under-pinned by the evidence from the schools currently involved in the Naace 3rd Millennium Learning Award, an exciting new award which celebrates the best creative and innovative learning approaches in schools today.

On Day 1 participants will look at a range of strategic issues and on Day 2 schools will be able to determine a personalised programme to study these issues in greater depth to meet their specific needs.

The programme will:

  • Provide opportunities to share and explore what works best for learning
  • Provide opportunities to work together with other strategic leaders
  • Map issues, raise questions, investigate and suggest solutions

The TOTAL programme will enable dynamic and creative leadership teams, aware in general of the potential of digital technologies, to plan for radical improvements in all aspects of learning.

The two day programme is informed and under-pinned by the evidence from the schools currently involved in the Naace 3rd Millennium Learning Award, an exciting new award which celebrates the best creative and innovative learning approaches in schools today.

On Day 1 participants will look at a range of strategic issues and on Day 2 schools will be able to determine a personalised programme to study these issues in greater depth to meet their specific needs.

The programme will:

  • Provide opportunities to share and explore what works best for learning
  • Provide opportunities to work together with other strategic leaders
  • Map issues, raise questions, investigate and suggest solutions
In these challenging times we recognise that schools cannot afford to invest in anything that does not impact on their fundamental performance indicators - pupil achievement, learning, pupil numbers and school effectiveness and efficiency.

This course has particular relevance for strategically focussed LA managers, e-learning managers, advisers, consultants, Directors of ICT in Academies, Free Schools and Federations of Schools. It is also appropriate for ICT Co-ordinators, Heads of Departments, leaders of senior management teams and others responsible for the implementation of strategic initiatives in all schools.

This course is all about supporting schools in making effective and efficient use of ICTto improve parental engagement and learning outcomes for their children. There are many practical examples throughout the course of how ICT can be used to do this. The course also provides an introduction into why teachers and schools should be concerned with using ICT for this purpose and the areas in which schools can develop to get ensure that the benefits and value are obtained from existing systems. To conclude we will consider what should be included as part of future specifications for ICT to enhance parental engagement and provide time for individual and collaborative action planning.

This course holds the reference library for The Setting up in Business course
With the current changes, many Naace members are moving from salaried positions to set themselves up in business.

This one-day course will take participants through the key decisions it is necessary to make and the first critical steps to establishing a successful business in the ICT in Education marketplace.

The course is designed for anyone who is looking to set up in business; or make a success of independent consultancy, partnership or a small company.

Delegates will have access to the course knowledge base before and after the course. The knowledge base will be live and developing from mid-Jan 2011 and will include an advice forum.
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