Leadership, Management & Governance Training

Clerk to Company Secretary - Package A (new clerks)
Clerk to Company Secretary - Package A (new clerks)
This transformational programme will include face to face induction training for new clerks, webinars aligned to the ICSA Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Corporate Governance supported by a national professional development summit and online support.
Clerk to Company Secretary - Package B (clerks with some experience)
Clerk to Company Secretary - Package B (clerks with some experience)
This transformational programme will include face to face induction training for new clerks, webinars aligned to the ICSA Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Corporate Governance supported by a national professional development summit and online support.
Coaching and mentoring sessions (online)
Coaching and mentoring sessions (online)
Are you a member of the senior leadership community negotiating a raft of sometimes competing, national, regional and local priorities? Do you value the reflective and confidential space provided by coaching and/or mentoring? Access three online coaching sessions with expert coaches with extensive post-16 quality improvement experiences from across the sector. All coaches are recent/ serving Clerks to Corporations, or Governors and are aware of national policy, drivers and challenges you face.
Module 1: Values, vision and strategic decision making (self-access)
Module 1: Values, vision and strategic decision making (self-access)
This course is the first of a series of four modules designed for Governors, Trustees, Non-Executive Directors, Clerks and Senior Leaders involved in the governing of vocational education and training. It can be taken with the other modules, or as a stand-alone module.
Module 2: Reporting, decision making & accountability (self-access)
Module 2: Reporting, decision making & accountability (self-access)
This course is the second of a series of four modules designed for Governors, Trustees, Non-Executive Directors, Clerks and Senior Leaders involved in the governing of vocational education and training. Take with other modules or as stand-alone.
Module 3: Governor induction, senior staff performance management & stakeholder relationships (self-access)
Module 3: Governor induction, senior staff performance management & stakeholder relationships (self-access)
This course is the third of a series of four modules designed for Governors, Trustees, Non-Executive Directors, Clerks and Senior Leaders involved in the governing of vocational education and training. You can join this course as part of the series of other modules or as stand-alone training.
Module 4: Creating and using a professional journal (self-access)
Module 4: Creating and using a professional journal (self-access)
This course is the fourth of a series of four modules designed specifically for the Clerk to the Corporation. Governors and Senior Leaders involved in the governing of vocational education and training will also find it useful. You take it with other modules or as stand-alone training.
National Leaders of Governance 2016
National Leaders of Governance 2016
National Leaders of Governance (NLG) are highly effective individuals with relevant experience who support college, independent and community provider boards in fulfilling their responsibilities.

The NLG consultancy offer is funded by the Education and Training Foundation, facilitated by the Association of Colleges (AoC) and free for providers to access.
Re-energising Governing of Colleges: webcam course
Re-energising Governing of Colleges: webcam course
This is a web-cam facilitated course comprising four modules focusing on core processes which support the effective governance of vocational education and training.
Reviewing governance in adult and community learning
Reviewing governance in adult and community learning
Review governance options for local authority adult and community services.
Strategic Leadership Programme
Strategic Leadership Programme
The Further Education Strategic Leadership Programme will be delivered by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, one of the world's leading business schools, renowned for delivering cutting-edge education and ground-breaking research.
Supporting learners with SEND to reach their potential
Supporting learners with SEND to reach their potential
The course will focus on the current DfE policy and SFA processes for SEND provision and good practice in meeting SEND learners' needs. It will outline the findings of research into current provision, challenges providers have faced in securing funding for SEND learners and examples of good practice. It will allow leaders of ACL to: understand better the policy landscape; apply this to their own provision for SEND learners; and discuss how to implement and build on the examples of good practice.
The Next Stage of Devolution: are you ready?
The Next Stage of Devolution: are you ready?
This training event will focus on the devolution of skills funding and the emerging themes around effective practice already in place, the challenges that need to be addressed and the development opportunities available. It will include contributions from four combined authority areas as well a national perspective on the current progress of the devolution process.
The Next Stage of  Devolution: are you ready for the devolution of adult education funds to Combined Authorities?
The Next Stage of Devolution: are you ready for the devolution of adult education funds to Combined Authorities?
This training event will explore the implications of skills devolution in the third sector for organisations that work in partnership with prime contract holders. Many local authority adult learning services work with community organisations to reach those residents furthest from the workplace. Sub -contracting arrangements are also in place to deliver skills provision including apprenticeships and vocational qualifications.