After the first session I feel so inspired that I've already purchased a journal and have begun plotting ideas on how I can help to move my school forward.
Note that this qualification is currently under review nationally. The information below shows how the current programme is delivered. You can register your interest in the qualification by filling in the short application form. NPQML Application form. As soon as we have information regarding future cohorts we will then get in touch with you.
This qualification is intended for middle leaders with responsibility for leading a team, including key stage/subject/curriculum leaders, heads of department and pastoral leaders. Please get in touch if you have any questions about whether or not this is the right programme for you.
To achieve the qualification you will need to complete 2 essential modules and 1 elective module (and an assessment) from the following selection:
All modules will be supported by National College online activities, communities and resources.
Following a 360 leadership assessment, your pathway through the programme will be planned on the induction day with the programme facilitators. In addition to online access to materials you will be part of a regional online community to debate and learn with your peers. It is expected that each module requires around 50 hours of time commitment. This includes module delivery (10 hours), workplace learning, reading, reflection and online learning. You should expect to require four full days out of school over the academic year.
It is possible to request an exemption from part of this programme, based on completion of previous National College courses or certain postgraduate qualifications. You can learn more information about these on the National College website.
The final assessment process (this is administered by a specialist provider, not NETSP) will enable you to demonstrate that you can deliver successful and sustainable school improvement in your school setting and can use the experience to reflect upon and improve your own leadership competencies. The final assessment comprises one assessed task, drawn from work in your school in which you lead at team level for an extended period, on a school improvement priority.
The recommended retail price (RRP) for the NPQML programme is £1050. Our offer of £750 includes a substantial discount and final assessment costs, with the exceptions below.
Further discounts are available to schools and academies under a cluster arrangement. For more information about this, please contact email@example.com.
Non-maintained schools, independent schools and schools from outside England will need to pay for the assessment element of the programme (£225).
The programme will enable you to become a highly effective middle leader and help to prepare you for a future senior leadership role. Modules are delivered in locations across the region.
The NPQML programme is currently under review. Please register your interest by filling in the short application form. NPQML Application form. As soon as we have information regarding future cohorts we will then get in touch with you.
If you have any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next scheduled start is expected to be October 2017. We aim to deliver modules more than once across the region so if you miss one there should be an alternative for you.
The programme will be delivered by the North East Teaching Schools Partnership
NETSP consists of Teaching Schools from different parts of the region and Newcastle University. The Programme Co-ordinator is Dr. Anna Reid, Deputy Director of the North Leadership Centre at Newcastle University. (email@example.com).
NETSP is proud to be rated GOLD in leadership and management, and quality of provision by National College for Teaching and Leadership.
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