Date(s) - 19/01/2024
9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Unipart conference centre
A half-day course that upskills school staff so they are best placed to meet the challenges of education recruitment.
The recruitment crisis in education is leaving many school leaders feeling helpless. This course will give them a clear sense that something can be done. Delegates won’t leave with a magic wand, but they will leave with a toolkit and a plan for doing everything possible to tackle the problem.
This session is being held at Unipart House, Oxford and the £95 fee will include refreshments and lunch.
Richard Tilley is the founder of the Oxford-based education marketing and communications firm Comms for Schools. The company specialises in raising pupil/student numbers in an age of collapsing birth rates and improving recruitment in an era of unfilled leadership, teaching and support staff posts. Richard leads on communications for River Learning Trust. He is an award-winning former journalist and editor, and is now a tutor with the National Council for the Training of Journalists.
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