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  • Upcoming Leadership Courses

    Visit our Learning Zone and search to book on any of the courses below using the course title or suggested keywords.

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     to view our upcoming Primary Leadership courses.

    Click here to view our upcoming Secondary Leadership courses.
  • COVID-19 and Summer/Autumn term training

    Our training will continue to be delivered online this summer but we are making plans to resume face to face training in the Autumn term. Once Autumn courses are available to book on the Learning Zone they will be identified as follows:

    ·         Webinar – virtual training via Microsoft Teams

    ·         Blended – courses that are a mixture of virtual and face to face training

    ·         No categorisation – venue based training

    For any queries regarding our summer or autumn term training offer, please contact htlcdev@hants.gov.uk. For any course booking queries, please contact htlc.courses@hants.gov.uk.

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

      To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box.


      Autumn Term 2021


      21-22 Making Headway – starting 7 October 2021

      Keyword search: Making Headway

      This eight-session programme aims to recognise and develop the potential of teachers who have clear aspirations to become deputy/assistant headteachers (must be recommended by their headteacher).

      Price: Sub £825 / SLA £395 / Full £990 *Split over two financial years


      Leaders For Success12 October, 1 December 2021, 25 January and 9 March 2022

      Keyword search: Leaders For Success

      World-wide research across all sectors of business and public service has shown that coaching is one of the most powerful means of bringing out the best in staff and enhancing performance.

      A key principle of this programme is a non-directive approach to coaching, which encourages individuals to find their own solutions, stretching and prompting others to take responsibility for their development, to set goals, take action and grow.

      The programme draws upon the work of “Success Intelligence”, a method devised by world leaders Robert Holden (author of Success Intelligence) and Ben Renshaw (author of Supercoaching)

      Price: Sub £455 / SLA element £270 / Full £546


      Reduced Hours Provision (RHP) (Webinar) - 16 or 17 November 2021

      Keyword search: Reduced Hours

      Using the Hampshire Guidance for Schools Document, this session will support schools in ensuring the correct processes and procedures related to RHPs are employed, and that RHPs are employed appropriately.

      This training will be delivered in a 1.5 hour twilight session

      Price: Sub £60 / SLA £50 / Full £72

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

        To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box.


        Autumn Term 2021


        Leaders For Success12 October, 1 December 2021, 25 January and 9 March 2022

        Keyword search: Leaders For Success

        World-wide research across all sectors of business and public service has shown that coaching is one of the most powerful means of bringing out the best in staff and enhancing performance.

        A key principle of this programme is a non-directive approach to coaching, which encourages individuals to find their own solutions, stretching and prompting others to take responsibility for their development, to set goals, take action and grow.

        The programme draws upon the work of “Success Intelligence”, a method devised by world leaders Robert Holden (author of Success Intelligence) and Ben Renshaw (author of Supercoaching)

        Price: Sub £455 / SLA element £270 / Full £546


        Reduced Hours Provision (RHP) (Webinar)  - 16 or 17 November 2021

        Keyword search: Reduced Hours

        Using the Hampshire Guidance for Schools Document, this session will support schools in ensuring the correct processes and procedures related to RHPs are employed, and that RHPs are employed appropriately.

        This training will be delivered in a 1.5 hour twilight session

        Price: Sub £60 / SLA £50 / Full £72


        Spring Term 2022


        Spring 21-22 Performance and Progress Group (PAPG) - 24 March 2022

        Keyword search: Performance and Progress

        The Secondary Performance and Progress Group is a network meeting that meets twice a year for a comprehensive update and discussion on matters of mutual interest to secondary
        school headteachers and senior leaders, particularly concerning improving outcomes, performance data and the curriculum.

        A standing feature of this meeting will be to share crucial updates including changes to national policy, DfE performance indicators, and Ofsted frameworks. It will also be a
        forum through which changes in outcomes, performance indicators both locally and nationally will be shared and implications evaluated. This will incorporate academic, attendance, exclusions and destinations data.

        Regular discussion around how schools are setting targets and measuring progress will feature, as will schools’ implementation of 'life without levels' in particular in terms
        of making the very best of key stage three for all pupils.

        The improvement in outcomes for ALL pupils, in particular those in key vulnerable groups will be a theme that runs through all discussions, and the sharing of best practice by
        schools will be on the agenda of each meeting. Meetings will be led by HIAS data and curriculum leads and will also draw upon HIAS teaching and learning and subject expertise.

        Price: Sub £55 / SLA £25 / Full £66

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

          To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box.


          Autumn Term 2021


          Autumn 2021-2022 Attendance Network (Webinar) – 2, 3 or 4 November 2021

          Keyword search: Autumn attendance network

          Termly 1.5 hour network webinars for all school attendance leads to share current practice, remain up to date with legislation and guidance and seek support and advice to support improvements in attendance. These are cross-phase meetings, suitable for primary, infant, junior, secondary and special schools.

          Price: Sub £60 / SLA £45 / Full £72


          Spring Term 2022


          Spring 2021-2022 Attendance Network (Webinar) 1, 2 or 3 March 2022

          Keyword search: Spring attendance network

          Termly 1.5 hour network webinars for all school attendance leads to share current practice, remain up to date with legislation and guidance and seek support and advice to support improvements in attendance. These are cross-phase meetings, suitable for primary, infant, junior, secondary and special schools.

          This training will be delivered in a 1.5 hour twilight session

          Price: Sub £60 / SLA £45 / Full £72