Dr Tim Whitaker, Principal and CEO, Askham Bryan College, discusses his experience of using ETF’s online leadership resources designed for Principals and CEOs in the FE and Skills sector.
Sharon Thomas, Principal of the Adult College of Barking and Dagenham discusses her experience with the Financial Sustainability module of the ETF’s online resources for CEOs and Principals.
Sean Mackney, Principal and CEO, Petroc College of Further and Higher Education talks about using a new range of online leadership resources co-designed and developed by the Education and Training Foundation with a number of Principals and CEOs in the further education sector.
Clare Russell, Principal and Chief Executive at Runshaw College, talks about her experience of the Financial Sustainability module of the ETF’s online resources for Principals and CEOs.
Piece by Fiona Chalk. National Head of Governance Development at the ETF
Fellowship. It’s a word that says so much. It says recognition by peers, it says achievement, and it says intellectual leadership. But it isn’t just what the word says that makes a fellowship important; it’s what it does.
If you work in FE Colleges, especially at middle management levels, or you’re involved with further education in a local authority or through a charity, you want the young people you support to have the best experience they can possibly have, writes Debbie Sorkin, National Director of Systems Leadership.
Safia Jama, Director of the Somali Integration Team, blogs about Dame Asha Khemka’s presentation at last year’s Leadership Summit.
I couldn’t attend the Education and Training Foundation’s Leadership Summit, so it’s been a fascinating experience catching up online
The best part of leading the Education and Training Foundation is the privilege of being invited into Colleges, ITPs and ACL providers around the country and seeing their work, as well as hearing about their challenges.