Learning Link e-learning modules
Our suite of 10 collections includes over 50 governance modules aligned to NGA’s Knowledge Centre.
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Core modules for new governors/trustees
A suite of 8 modules covering key governance areas, perfect for those new to governance or those looking for a refresher. (These modules are included within each of the categories below).
Our module collections will help governors/trustees, chairs and clerks develop their governance skills and knowledge. With over 50 governance modules aligned to NGA’s Knowledge Centre, our suite of 10 collections cover:
These modules will help you to understand school and trust structures, and what is expected of you as a governor or trustee.
These modules aim to help you improve the effectiveness of your governing board, including visiting your school or schools, Ofsted inspections and succession planning.
Covering risk management, evaluating effectiveness and your role in school improvement, these modules will help you shape your school or trust’s strategic direction.
These modules focus on the core purpose of your schools or trust – the quality of education it should be providing to pupils.
Find out about key partners and stakeholders, how to develop relationships with them, and how engagement with stakeholders can lead to better outcomes for pupils.
These modules cover the key stages in the lead executive recruitment process and the critical role the board has in holding executive leaders to account through effective headteacher appraisal.
These modules will provide you with the tools and approaches for developing financial efficiency in your school or trust
Covering key areas of compliance such as safeguarding, health and safety and admissions, these modules will make you aware of the most important points from legislation and guidance.
These modules will help new and experienced clerks to get a better understanding of their role and how to carry it out well.
This module explores key challenges for multi academy trusts, common pitfalls, and what effective MAT governance looks like.