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  • Upcoming Leadership Courses

    Visit our new Learning Management System (LMS) and search to book on any of the courses below using the course title or LMS code provided.

  • Take a look at the Leadership learning opportunities available to book:

    To search for a specific course, type the course name or the five digit LMS course code in the 'Find Learning' box.

    Transformational Coaching for Leaders in Education - starts 07/06/19

    LMS Code: 10224

    Do you want to learn how to engage others effectively, to grow in courage and resilience and to inspire change?  This three-day course will help you achieve this.  'Through discovering how to develop yourself, you will learn how to develop your people'.  Over the sessions you will observe the coaching process and give feedback, identify a development goal to practise and receive whole group feedback on the goal progress. Learning is complemented by course reading and keeping a coaching practice reflective journal. Please download course flyer above for further details.

    Aspiring Headteacher Programme (Primary) - 'Exceptional Primary Strategic Leadership' - starts 14/06/19

    LMS Code: 10259 Contact to register an interest

    The Hampshire Primary Programme for those preparing for headship within the next two years.  Designed to empower DHT, AHT and HoS leaders to have a sharper impact in their current roles and to prepare leaders for headship.  The programme will strengthen the impact of leaders within their current schools and give them the confidence, skills and knowledge to apply for and successfully secure a headship in the future.  For more information please download the flyer above.

    Stepping with Confidence in to Secondary Senior Leadership - starts 23/09/19

    LMS Code: 10140

    Delivered by the Secondary HIAS Inspector, this in-depth programme is aimed at established middle leaders who are thinking about the next steps in their career path, or highly aspirational teachers who are secure in their subject, who have led others and wish to explore their potential for senior leadership.  Please download course flyer above for further details.

    Making Headway East – starts 11/10/19

    LMS Code: 10257

    “I have found the Making Headway course the best professional development I have ever done".  Are you a senior teacher aspiring to deputy/assistant headship? Making Headway will give you a clear understanding of the rewards and challenges of this role and will prepare you for the next step on your career pathway. Three centre based days and five school based afternoons. The programme also includes a practice application and interview session. Please download course flyer above for further details.

    Three Steps Ahead – Autumn 2019

    LMS Code: 10255

    Three Steps Ahead has a proven track record in growing school leaders. The programme will develop your leadership skills through a combination of active learning, research, feedback, mentoring and peer networking, enabling you to feel confident about taking the next step on the leadership path.  The course is six full day sessions.  Please download course flyer above for further details.

    Research Learning Networks: Delivering Research Informed School Improvement - new dates TBA

    Contact to book your place

    A project for schools interested in using this approach to an aspect of their school improvement agenda delivered jointly between Professor Chris Brown University of Portsmouth and HIAS. The programme includes two day and two half days sessions led by Chris and HIAS team attended by a classroom practitioner (Headteacher/Senior Leader is invited to attend session 1 and 2). Please download course flyer above for further details.

    High Quality Teaching and Learning: Developing and Leading a Whole School Strategy - Dates TBA

    LMS Code: 10101

    This course will explore key current thinking about pedagogy, strategies to engage staff, approaches to developing a whole school culture and ensuring high quality professional development that builds a school’s capacity. Delegates will be able to build networks with facilitated support, and make links with experienced lead practitioners.