Venue: Via Zoom invitation

This training will provide delegates with information about the processes and legal requirements associated with the effective organisation and running of independent panels generally. School leaders will reflect on and consider what best practice looks like and the place of natural justice and fairness in the way these panels must operate. The training is offered because it is important to help schools to be prepared to deal effectively with appeals and complaints when they arise.

Who is this training suitable for?
This training will be extremely useful for Catholic Senior Executive Leaders, Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, as well as Chairs and Vice Chairs of Governors.

Who is leading the training?
Theresa Kerr who is a Partner in the legal firm Winckworth Sherwood will be leading the training. Theresa will be well known to many across the diocese following a number of highly successful training sessions that she has delivered for us on Admissions. Please follow the link below to access some information about Theresa.
Members of the BDES team will also be in attendance to support the training where relevant.
To book your places on this training please complete your application via the link provided below:

Please note that this training is free to all schools and employees of the Diocese of Brentwood but once booked a no show will incur a £25 admin fee if not cancelled at least 24 hours in advance.

All slides/resources referred to in the training will be shared with delegates following the training.
Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Closing date for bookings: 3pm on Friday 24th September – subject to places still being available.