There’s a lot of talk about how important stakeholder engagement is. NGA now takes the view that it should be included as a fourth governance core function.
Unfortunately in reality it is often just that, talk. And where genuine attempts are made and ineffective engagement results this is often not for a lack of trying, it can be difficult for schools to reach some parents and other stakeholders. And it can be difficult for parents and other stakeholders to reach the school or trust.
Using case studies and interactive questions, this bitesized module explores what stakeholder engagement is, what it looks like when done well and how to go about doing it successfully in your school or trust.
Our subject matter expertise
The content of this module has been written by our in-house subject matter expert:
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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