Competency Framework for Governance Webinar - 'Evaluation' (March 2017)

Competency Framework for Governance Webinar - 'Evaluation' (March 2017)

Author: Ruth MurtonDate posted: March 2017

This webinar replay will bring you up-to-date with the 'Evaluation' competency as seen within the new Competency Framework for Governance, published by the DfE in January 2017

 

The seventh webinar in our series, on the new Competency Framework for Governance, focusses on the Evaluation competency area.

 

Please register or login to access the event registration page

 

The DfE describe the Competency Framework as encompassing ‘the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed for effective governance in maintained schools, academies and multi-academy trusts.’ This last session in a series of seven webinars explores the Evaluation element of the framework in detail and will provide governors and clerks with an understanding of how this key element of effective governance can be shaped in your school or academy.

 

The webinar session is relevant to both maintained schools and academies.

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