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We’re running a series of online webinars – “Adapting to Change: Remotely Managing your Schools and Staff” – for MAT Leaders to share ideas and advice for running their trusts during the Covid-19 outbreak As this difficult time unfolds, the challenge for trust leaders is how to remotely manage their network of schools – each
We’re running a series of online webinars – “Adapting to Change: Remotely Managing your Schools and Staff” – for MAT Leaders to share ideas and advice for running their trusts during the Covid-19 outbreak
As this difficult time unfolds, the challenge for trust leaders is how to remotely manage their network of schools – each with its own challenges, shaken-up timetables and staff working from lots of different locations.
With that in mind, we wanted to create a space for MAT teams to learn from each other during this tricky period. Sharing ideas and advice is more important than ever right now, so we’ve decided to convert our bi-annual conference for MAT Leaders into a series of webinars called “Adapting to Change: Managing Schools and Staff Remotely”.
Kicking off from this Friday (27th March), the webinars are an opportunity to hear from MAT CEOs and COOs from across the country about how they’re dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak as it develops.
Our first two webinars will focus on topics at the forefront of MAT Leaders’ minds at the moment – coordinating trusts remotely and looking out for staff wellbeing. If you’re interested in joining, you can sign up for one or both of the sessions below.
Webinar Programme – Friday 27th March (click to sign up):
Managing a trust that is geographically dispersed
Mark Greatrex, CEO, Bellevue Place Education Trust
Nurturing staff wellbeing and mental health
Dan Morrow, CEO, Woodland Academy Trust
We hope you can join us on Friday but if not, look out for more webinars with our other conference speakers in the next few weeks.
If you have any questions about the webinars, or about how Arbor MIS could help your trust, you can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call on 0208 050 1028.
To find out how to manage and report on the Coronavirus situation in Arbor, you can read our latest blog, or find practical advice on our Help Centre.
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