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  • Upcoming Leadership Courses

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  • Our latest Leadership training offers

    The training delivery model for individual courses is identified in the course titles on the Learning Zone 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 2022

      Aspiring Primary Headteachers Programme 22-23 – 19 September, 14 October, 25 November 2022, 12 January, 20 February and 16 March 2023

      Keyword Search: Aspiring Primary Headteachers

      The Hampshire Primary Programme for those preparing for headship within the next two years.

      This professional development is designed to empower deputy headteachers, assistant headteachers and Head of School leaders to have a sharper impact in their current roles and to prepare leaders for headship.

      The aim is to develop aspiring headteachers: giving the leadership skills, depth of knowledge, theory, breadth of understanding and confidence to take on the challenging but exciting role of being a headteacher.

      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. 

      Price: Sub £1,050 / SLA £735 / Full £1,260


      22-23 - Ofsted Briefing - Education Inspection Framework 2019 (Webinar) – 30 September 2022

      Keyword Search: 22-23 Ofsted Briefing

      These termly briefings aim to deepen the knowledge and understanding of Headteachers and Chair of Governors in respect of the current Ofsted inspection framework. The sessions are particularly targeted at schools who are likely to inspected by the end of the summer term 2023.

      There will be opportunities to review information relating to the latest national and local inspection trends and patterns and consider implications for their own school. Additional input will be provided by headteachers of schools that have been recently inspected under the current framework (2019) and members of the Primary Phase Inspector team who support schools through the process.

      Chairs of Governors are invited to attend but do not need to book a place.  Head teachers who have booked a place will be sent a meeting link, which they should share with the Chair of Governors.

      The course price entitles a school to two places at the briefing (the Headteacher and Chair of Governor).

      Price: Sub £80 / SLA £50 / Full £96


      New Headteachers Familiarisation Day 2022-23 – 18 October 2022 

      Keyword Search: Headteachers Familiarisation

      A full day briefing for new head teachers or acting/interim headteachers.
      Leaders will have the opportunity to network with colleagues who are also new to headship. The content will consist of presentations related to the early period of headship as well as practical advice from expert practitioners.

      Price: Sub £225 / SLA £155 / Full £270


      Coaching with Colleagues   20 October 2022, 12 January and 2 March 2023
      Keyword Search: Coaching with Colleagues 

      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)

      Programme aims

      •           To develop essential skills for non-directive coaching

      •           The application of non-directive coaching as a valuable tool for enhancing personal  

                 development, as well as the development of staff and peers.

      •           To assess and understand the impact of coaching upon performance.

      •           To identify strengths and development areas for personal leadership styles.

      •           To support personal mental health and wellbeing

      Price: Sub £460 / SLA £280 / Full £552


      Making Headway 2022 - 2023 - Part 1 – 21 October, 1 November, 8 December 2022, 10 January, 9 February, 7 March and 30 March 2023 

      (Part 2 - 18 May 2023)

      Keyword Search: Making Headway

      A Leadership Programme for aspiring Deputy Headteachers, Assistant Headteachers and Heads Of School.

      Aims of the Programme are to:

      • prepare delegates for the role of senior leader
      • challenge, motivate and inspire delegates to become future educational leaders
      • ensure delegates have a clear and pragmatic understanding of the role of the senior leader and the challenges and tensions of school leadership
      • support delegates in understanding their own strengths and identifying areas for future personal development
      • prepare delegates for the interview and selection procedure
      • develop delegates confidence in their own ability to provide leadership that will make a positive difference to the lives and life-chances of children.

      Price: It will be invoiced in two parts: 22-23 - Part 1: Sub: £775 / HIAS SLA element: £355 /Full: £930


      Autumn 22-23 Primary Network: Developing and Leading a Robust Pupil Premium Strategy 7 or 8 or 9 November 2022

      Keyword Search: Developing Robust

      Since the introduction of the new DFE Pupil Premium Strategy templates, schools have been seeking support to ensure strategies are robust.  This network aims to support primary leaders in developing meaningful, research-informed strategies to tackle educational disadvantage and to securely embed these strategies into day-to-day practice.

      Sessions will provide the opportunity to:

      •  engage in the process of developing an effective strategy
      • explore research evidence and guidance materials and what these mean in practice
      • share strategies across schools, working together to explore strengths and next steps
      •  experience bespoke training in response to identified needs
      •  network with other school leaders to enable ideas, questions, and approaches to be shared  across schools

      Price: Sub £85 / SLA £50 / Full £102


      Spring Term 2023


      22-23 Ofsted Briefing - Education Inspection Framework 2019 (Webinar) – 20 January 2023

      Keyword Search: 22-23 Ofsted Briefing 

      These termly briefings aim to deepen the knowledge and understanding of Headteachers and Chair of Governors in respect of the current Ofsted inspection framework. The sessions are particularly targeted at schools who are likely to inspected by the end of the summer term 2023.

      There will be opportunities to review information relating to the latest national and local inspection trends and patterns and consider implications for their own school. Additional input will be provided by headteachers of schools that have been recently inspected under the current framework (2019) and members of the Primary Phase Inspector team who support schools through the process.

      Chairs of Governors are invited to attend but do not need to book a place.  Head teachers who have booked a place will be sent a meeting link, which they should share with the Chair of Governors.

      The course price entitles a school to two places at the briefing (the Headteacher and Chair of Governor).

      Price: Sub £80 / SLA £50 / Full - £96


      New Headteachers Familiarisation Day 2022-23 – 7 February 2023

      Keyword Search: Headteachers Familiarisation 

      A full day briefing for new head teachers or acting/interim headteachers.
      Leaders will have the opportunity to network with colleagues who are also new to headship. The content will consist of presentations related to the early period of headship as well as practical advice from expert practitioners.

      Price: Sub £225 / SLA £155 / Full £270


      Spring 22-23 Primary Network: Developing and Leading a Robust Pupil Premium Strategy 27 or 28 February or 1 March 2023

      Keyword Search: Developing Robust

      Since the introduction of the new DFE Pupil Premium Strategy templates, schools have been seeking support to ensure strategies are robust.  This network aims to support primary leaders in developing meaningful, research-informed strategies to tackle educational disadvantage and to securely embed these strategies into day-to-day practice.

      Sessions will provide the opportunity to:

      • engage in the process of developing an effective strategy
      •  explore research evidence and guidance materials and what these mean in practice
      •  share strategies across schools, working together to explore strengths and next steps
      • experience bespoke training in response to identified needs
      • network with other school leaders to enable ideas, questions, and approaches to be shared  across schools

      Price: Sub £85 / SLA £50 / Full £102


      Summer Term 2023


      22-23 Ofsted Briefing - Education Inspection Framework 2019 (Webinar)– 19 May 2023

      Keyword Search: Ofsted Briefing 

      These termly briefings aim to deepen the knowledge and understanding of Headteachers and Chair of Governors in respect of the current Ofsted inspection framework. The sessions are particularly targeted at schools who are likely to inspected by the end of the summer term 2023.

      There will be opportunities to review information relating to the latest national and local inspection trends and patterns and consider implications for their own school. Additional input will be provided by headteachers of schools that have been recently inspected under the current framework (2019) and members of the Primary Phase Inspector team who support schools through the process.

      Chairs of Governors are invited to attend but do not need to book a place.  Head teachers who have booked a place will be sent a meeting link, which they should share with the Chair of Governors.

      The course price entitles a school to two places at the briefing (the Headteacher and Chair of Governor)

      Price: Sub £80 / SLA £50 / Full - £96


      • 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 2022


        Coaching with Colleagues – 20 October 2022, 12 January and 2 March 2023

        Keyword Search: Coaching with Colleagues

        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)

        Programme aims

        • To develop essential skills for non-directive coaching
        • The application of non-directive coaching as a valuable tool for enhancing personal development, as well as the development of staff and peers.
        • To assess and understand the impact of coaching upon performance.
        • To identify strengths and development areas for personal leadership styles.
        • To support personal mental health and wellbeing

        Price: Sub £460 / SLA £280 / Full £552


        New Headteachers Familiarisation Day 2022-23 – 18 October 2022 

        Keyword Search: Headteachers Familiarisation

        A full day briefing for new head teachers or acting/interim headteachers.
        Leaders will have the opportunity to network with colleagues who are also new to headship. The content will consist of presentations related to the early period of headship as well as practical advice from expert practitioners.

        Price: Sub £225 / SLA £155 / Full £270


        Secondary Professional Network for those Leading the ‘Disadvantaged’ Agenda (Blended)28 September, 28 November 2022

        Keyword Search: Disadvantaged Autumn

        Termly network sessions aimed at supporting leaders in raising outcomes for disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils through:

        • the dissemination of current research findings and resources
        • bespoke training focused on how to apply research evidence to current practice
        • the sharing of best practice across schools

        Price: Sub £130 / SLA £95 / Full £156


        Autumn 22-23 Hampshire Secondary PDL Lead Teacher Meeting (Webinar)2 November 2022

        Keyword Search: Autumn PDL Lead

        This is an opportunity for staff who lead PDL in their schools to influence and share good practice.

        Price: Sub £95 / SLA £80 / Full £114


        Preventing Radicalisation in the Context of Safeguarding Curriculum 7 November 2022 

        Keyword Search: Preventing Radicalisation

        This course that provides an opportunity for teachers and leaders in schools to update their training on ‘Prevent’ and radicalisation. This replaces the previous ‘WRAP’ training.

        Price: Sub £145 / SLA £100 / Full £174


        Autumn 22-23 Performance and Progress Group (PAPG) – 9 November 2022

        Keyword Search: Autumn PAPG

        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.

        Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84


        Spring Term 2023

        Spring 22-23 Secondary Tackling Educational Disadvantage Network – 17 January 2023

        Keyword Search: Spring Disadvantage Network

        The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

        • Support effective subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.
        • Develop skills and expertise within school subject teams and thereby increase capacity.
        • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
        • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts, to include consideration of COVID 19 as appropriate.
        • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system

        Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84


        Spring 22-23 Hampshire Secondary PDL Lead Teacher Meeting (Webinar) – 23 January 2023

        Keyword Search: Spring PDL Lead

        This is an opportunity for staff who lead PDL in their schools to influence and share good practice.

        Price: Sub £95 / SLA £80 / Full £114


        New Headteachers Familiarisation Day 2022-23 – 7 February 2023

        Keyword Search: Headteachers Familiarisation

        A full day briefing for new head teachers or acting/interim headteachers.
        Leaders will have the opportunity to network with colleagues who are also new to headship. The content will consist of presentations related to the early period of headship as well as practical advice from expert practitioners.

        Price: Sub £225 / SLA £155 / Full £270


        Spring 22-23 Performance and Progress Group (PAPG) – 13 March 2023

        Keyword Search: Spring PAPG

        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.

        Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84


        Summer Term 2023


        Summer 22-23 Secondary Tackling Educational Disadvantage Network – 5 July 2023

        Keyword Search: Summer Disadvantage Network

        The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

        • Support effective subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.
        • Develop skills and expertise within school subject teams and thereby increase capacity.
        • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
        • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts, to include consideration of COVID 19 as appropriate.
        • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system

        Price: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full £84


        • 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.


          More Attendance courses coming soon!