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Getting the most from your governor training budget

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Last updated on 10 March 2017
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How can we afford adequate governor training in a small rural school? We set out ideas from one of our associate education experts on how governing boards can ensure they get the most from their training budget. We also link to examples of free training for governors.

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Contents

  1. 1 Allocating training budgets 
  2. 2 Cascading training within the governing board
  3. 3 Sharing the cost with other schools
  4. 4 Forming a collaborative training group across schools
  5. 5 Sharing expertise between schools
  6. 6 Free training for governors

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