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The seven leadership behaviours focus on how the best leaders operate:
face-to-face facilitated learning held at Waldegrave School
workplace learning and practice activities, face-to-face activities, including peer and facilitated learning and reading, reflection and online learning
360 diagnostic survey: a peer-led analysis of your leadership style and objectives providing the foundations for your targeted leadership development
Completion and Assessment:
Your sponsor (headteacher or line manager) will also be required to submit a formal verification of your progress during the assessment activity - based on observation of your leadership during the leadership task.
Who can apply?
The programme fee for January 2020 is: £890. The programme would cost £1,010 if you decide to work centrally with the UCL: Institute of Education.
How to Apply:
All applications will need to be made online via the following UCL link:
Please ensure you select ‘Richmond TSA’ as your cluster selection when completing the application form.
Deadline for Applications:
The deadline for the receipt of applications is Monday 13th January.