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Welcome to the Introduction to Clerking programme

Welcome to the Introduction to Clerking programme

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Welcome to the Introduction to Clerking programme

This module forms part of the Introduction to Clerking programme series. New clerks should study the modules in the order they are listed.

 

A welcome and short introduction to the aims and purpose of the introduction to clerking programme, summarising what each module covers, how you will learn and what you need to do to complete the programme.

 

Study time: Approximately 10 mins

This module provides a short introduction to the suite of e-learning modules that make up the introduction to clerking programme.

It covers the main aims of the programme, what will be covered and how you can approach the learning based on your role and setting. It also includes a short welcome video from NGA’s Director of Professional Development Emma Balchin.

Our subject matter expertise

The content of this module and the introduction to clerking programme has been written by our in-house subject matter experts:

Amy Wright, Clerking Development Manager

Amy is the Clerking Development Manager at NGA, working with the Director of Advice and Guidance, Knowledge Centre Manager and Training Programme Manager to develop the support, advice and training available to Clerks and other Governance Professionals.

Amy has over 20 years’ experience working as a Clerk to various school Governing Bodies including maintained, academy, voluntary aided, primary and secondary. Amy has also worked as a School Business Manager, Finance Manager and Administration Officer in schools and further education and delivered training sessions to Clerks; she has also served as a Parent Governor, Foundation Governor and Vice-Chair of Governors in a primary school.

Paul Aber – Head of Training Development

Paul leads and manages NGA’s face to face training, e-learning and funded development programmes for schools and academies.  This includes working alongside NGA's Head of Consultancy recruiting, training and managing NGA’s team of consultants and trainers.

Prior to joining NGA, Paul was centre director at the University of Law in York where his role included strategic planning and quality assurance.

Paul has many years’ experience of governance including maintained schools and academy trusts.

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