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BASIC FINANCE – WHAT GOVERNORS NEED TO KNOW? (ONLINE TRAINING)

Short URL https://schools.ealingcpd.org.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=17361 
Event code SCH 20/524 
Event description This session is suitable for all governors but particularly for those new to role or new to finance /resource committee/lead duties

Tuesday 19th January (part one) and Thursday 21st January 2021 (part 2) both at 6-7pm

The session with cover the following ares:

Quick history of school financing
Role of the Governor
Operational v strategic
How finance is delivered to schools
Possible yearly “timetable” of tasks – division of labour
What are you budgeting for – use of balances, liabilities
Statutory obligations, budget content
What to expect from school

Suitable for all governors but especially the finance governor or those on resources /finance committees

This session will be delivered by Rory McCormack. Rory began teaching in the late 1970’s and taught in primary schools up until his retirement in July 2017. For over 28 years of that time he was headteacher of two schools, firstly in Reading and then for over 20 years at St Lawrence’s Catholic Primary School in Feltham.

Since his retirement from headship, he has been working as an educational consultant and has led governor training both for Local Authorities and for individual schools. 
Training objectives  
Target Group

Suitable for all governors but especially the finance governor or those on resources/finance committees

 
Subject areas
Target audience
target audience
OFSTED areas Quality of leadership and management in the school
Professional Standards
Venue
via Zoom (online), ., .
venue
Admin contact Mohid Hasham (eec@ealing.gov.uk)
Event Commissioner Tina Birch (tbirch@ealing.gov.uk)
Tutor(s)/Facilitator(s)
tutors
Course Costs
Standard cost£194.00
SLAs
*Ealing Learning Partnership pay as you go£180.00
*Ealing Learning Partnership pay as you go£180.00
CPD/Training SLA£0.00
CPD/Training SLA£0.00
Funding information
Start date Tuesday 19 January 2021
Times 18:00 - 19:00
Number of sessions This event has 2 sessions.