Are you a Teacher Aspiring to be a Senior Leader?

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March 22, 2016 by dragonflytraining

Here at Dragonfly Training, we believe in a ‘traditionally modern’ approach to education.This means establishing a foundation of the very best tried and tested techniques that successful teachers have been practicing for decades, whilst also embracing revolutionary new innovations that have the power to raise motivation and academic attainment.

The Guardian reported this week that only one in four teachers want to be a deputy head, but only 5% a head teacher.  Of the majority of teachers who saw themselves remaining in the profession for the next five years, nearly one in four aspired to join their school’s senior leadership team in that time.

Whilst Teachers in London appeared to be most ambitious and student teachers being the most optimistic about the speed of their career advancement.

Our Senior Leadership in a 21st Century School is designed to meet the needs of teachers that aspire to be a senior leader.  The course also discusses the different and complex issues and provide solutions to ensure you make the most effective decisions.

Teachers will consider the principles of developing a self-evaluating school and will examine techniques of quality control to maintain and improve academic standards. We explore individual situations and solutions in order to equip senior leaders with the skills necessary to deal with every scenario.

We are running this course on the following days:

London West – 21st of June

Manchester – 4th of July

Until Thursday the 24th of March you can book a place on this course for just £195 + VAT (usually £260).  Click Here to book NOW.

Feel free to discuss what has been published-we would love to hear your opinions!

Also you can share your opinions on Twitter or let us know that you’ve booked onto our courses using the hashtag #EarlyBirdDFT16


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