Training courses we offer
We have a national reputation for excellence in providing advice, support and training to governing bodies, advisory boards and their clerks
Our diverse programme of training events cover all aspects the governance role. It includes:
- general development courses for governors from maintained schools and academies
- specialist courses for clerks, chairs of governors, and training and development governors
- pupil matters: the governors’ role in exclusions, SEN, child protection, tackling bullying, meeting needs of the gifted and Talented, pupil premium and closing the gap
- sites and buildings
We also hold several conferences throughout Hampshire during the year which attract nationally renowned speakers.
Our courses are constantly being updated in response to changes affecting governance and to meet the needs of both existing and new customers. Every course is evaluated and we achieve a consistent average rating of 4.4 (where 5 is excellent and 4 is good).
We have a growing range of e-learning courses that are available via our website. These allow governors to undertake training at a time and location of your choice.
- Training venues
Our training takes place in several locations throughout Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
We also offer customised training to governing bodies delivered in your own school.
- Make a booking
Our courses can be attended by governors at subscribing and non-subscribing schools. If your school does not currently subscribe to our services, and you would like to find out more, please contact us.
I'm from a subscribing school
Visit GovernorHub to find and book training.
I'm from a non-subscribing school
Governors from schools that do not subscribe to our services are very welcome to attend any of our training sessions on a one-off basis.
Contact us so we can organise your booking and answer any queries you may have.
Whole governing body training
Both subscribing and non-subscribing schools can book a whole governing body training session.
Subscribing schools are entitled to one two hour whole governing body training session per year.