Herts for Learning are hosting a training event carried out by RM technical staff in relation to Hertfordshire Internet Connectivity Services (HICS).
The topics which will be discussed are;
- user based filtering/transparent proxy user based filtering
- DNS self-service
- filtering alerts
- self-service firewall
- transparent User Based filtering
-improved filter lists
- improved SSL interception
- automatic configuration of transparent filtering
- policy checker
- read only self-service firewall
- UBF agent
- more granular filter lists
- improvements to UI
- full self-service firewall
- Buzz for Edge
- SSL Connect
This training is suitable for all governors and will examine the range of issues and experiences that can impact on pupils' wellbeing and vulnerability. Increasing attention is now being paid to how schools are supporting pupils' emotional health and wellbeing, improving behaviour and closing the gap for vulnerable groups.
New headteacher induction programme - school self-evaluation training. Two days of training looking at creating a rigorous monitoring cycle, how to evaluate current practice and identify the priorities for the year, writing the SEF and school development plan.
The complete new headteacher induction package costs £1800 for the training programme, 2 executive coaching sessions and a Hertfordshire Professional Partner (HPP).
This course is for all schools using RM Finance Online. Financial Services has created a new budget monitor which will enable schools to comprehensively monitor different funding streams within their organisation, for example early years, clubs etc. This course will provide schools with an overview of the new budget monitor and go through the system set-up requirements to use the new control form. In the afternoon, schools will be able to set up their databases for use with the new control. There will also be an opportunity for schools to review how they are managing their RM datafiles with advisers on hand to answer any questions schools may have with managing their chart of accounts.Essential Information
This new forum is for language departments that want to validate their professional judgement in marking, enhance their moderation processes, and improve outcomes for their pupils. It will also provide an opportunity for delegates to compare and discuss different types of assessment used across a range of contexts and their impact. Each session will focus on a particular aspect of assessment, before moving on to live moderation of speaking and writing tasks, and will end with a summary of the lessons learned to improve outcomes for pupils, departments and schools.Essential Information
Getting People on board! This session will run from 6.30-9:00pm with a 30 minute break in between for networking. Chairs’ advanced training is exclusively for chairs/vice chairs.
For any further information on this training or any questions regarding the content please contact Kathy Dunnett, senior governance advisor on 01438 843038 or email@example.com
This conference provides a timely opportunity for deputy and assistant headteachers to hear from national experts regarding the most recent educational research on curriculum design and implementation, reflect on the practice in their schools and strengthen collaboration on a local level.
Curriculum expert and member of Ofsted's curriculum advisory group, Christine Counsell, will lead senior leaders through the thinking around ‘Taking the Curriculum Seriously.’ Laura McInerney, the education journalist, public speaker, and co-founder of Teacher Tapp, will offer delegates the inside track on the key education trends for 2019 – as well as providing insight on the current educational power play in Westminster.
Director of Education Services at HfL (and former headteacher of an outstanding all through school) Rachel Macfarlane, will reflect on the current research around what makes a great curriculum.
This course is designed for those who hold the role of designated senior person (DSP) for child protection and have completed stage two DSP training. The course updates the role and the responsibilities of the DSP. This course is for all schools in the Hertfordshire area.Essential Information