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Governor induction and training: role of the link governor

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Last updated on 14 August 2017
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What does the role of training link governor involve? We look at the role of the link governor for training, citing three local authorities and expert advice on who should, and should not, take the role. We also point to our articles looking at governor handbooks and induction packs in more detail.

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  1. 1 Linking with the local authority 
  2. 2 Overview of the role 
  3. 3 Who can fill the role?

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