If your enquiry is for training of a group of participants at a school, trust or other organisation then please use the booking form above.
If your enquiry is for training for yourself or another individual, please refer to other NGA offers:
Learning Link e-learning platform
Leading Governance Development for Chairs/Governance Professionals programmes
Welcome to Governance LIVE! virtual induction
Training can be delivered via face-to-face and online workshops by NGA consultants. Our workshops are easily accessible and designed to be both interactive and engaging. They provide the opportunity to learn with fellow governors and trustees on a virtual or face-to-face basis.
If your governing body is considering forming or joining a multi academy trust (MAT), then this session is integral to ensuring you have factored in all the risks, challenges and benefits of doing so.
As the leading independent source of information and support for school governance, we recommend all boards attend this session before any formal decisions are made.
The purpose of the session
The decision to form or join a MAT is one of the biggest decisions the governing board of a maintained school, or the trust board of a single academy trust will make. At the end of the session, participants should be clear about the issues they need to consider when forming or joining a MAT, how governance in MATs works, and how governance and leadership structures will change.
What will the session cover?
- Current challenges for schools and trusts
- Why vision and ethos matter
- The legalities and the role of the trust board in a MAT
- Lines of accountability – some models
- Possible next steps
Who should attend?
Governors of maintained schools and trustees of single academy trusts
The senior leadership team
This session is suitable for a number of schools who are thinking of forming a MAT.
How will the session work?
This is a two hour session.
All NGA sessions are interactive and provide information, activities and opportunities for discussion.
For more information on this session, please submit a 'contact us' form at the top of this page or phone 0121 237 3788 (option 5)