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Training for clerks to the governing body

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Last updated on 24 October 2016
School types: All · School phases: All
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Are clerks required to attend training? This article relays advice on what training might be useful for governing body clerks in maintained schools, academies and MATs. It also looks at the clerks' training programme from the National College and an accredited course from a local authority.

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Contents

  1. 1 Are clerks required to take training?
  2. 2 What training might clerks need?
  3. 3 Keeping up to date with changes in education
  4. 4 Clerks' training programme from the National College
  5. 5 Accreditation programme from Hampshire County Council
  6. 6 Local authority training for clerks
  7. 7 Training from ICSA

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