Competency Framework for Governance Webinar (January 2017)

Competency Framework for Governance Webinar (January 2017)

Consultant: Steve BarkerDate posted: January 2017

EVENT REPLAY from live session hosted on January 23rd 2017

 

This webinar will bring you up-to-date with the new Competency Framework for Governance, published by the Department for Education(DfE) on January 12th 2017. 

 

The DfE describe the framework as ‘the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed for effective governance in maintained schools, academies and multi-academy trusts.’ This is the first of seven webinars exploring the framework and this initial webinar will provide governors and clerks with an understanding of the framework and its intended role in helping to shape school governance moving forward. 

 

Although there are, in total, 16 competencies within the framework, these are encompassed within six key competencies: 1. Strategic Leadership 2. Accountability 3. People 4. Structures 5. Compliance 6. Evaluation This webinar will introduce the framework and provide participants with the opportunity to ask questions live during the session, which will be answered by our governance expert, Steve Barker. The subsequent six short webinars will focus in turn on each of the six key competency areas.

 

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

 

To watch the recording replay of the event please click the link below to watch the video now! Running time approximately 47 minutes. Please be sure you are watching or downloading over a wi-fi connection to avoid data charges.

 

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