Why understanding ICFP can enhance joined-up leadership in your school

This is a sponsored post by ISBL

Integrated curriculum and financial planning (ICFP) is becoming a key thread of conversation across all school leaders. Are you up to speed on ICFP and the approach?

If you want to ensure that you are aware and can confidently discuss this with colleagues, then don’t miss the chance to attend the FREE training, funded by the DfE, which the Institute of School Business Leadership (ISBL) is delivering until 31 March 2020.

This free training has been specifically developed for school business professionals, headteachers, governors and other relevant colleagues, so make sure you extend the invitation to access this free CPD to your SLT.

Why attend?

Understanding ICFP can further assist joined-up leadership in your school and help support informed and collaborative decision-making. It makes sense to bring together the curriculum vision of the school with the financial planning so that resource allocation can be optimised and the school’s strategic aims can be met.

We recognise that our education system is made up of individuals from a range of backgrounds, school settings, personal knowledge and indeed exposure to ICFP, so our training sessions will be short, easily digestible and suitable for ICFP beginners.

DfE-funded training overview

The aim of this free training is to develop basic skills and knowledge across all school leaders (head teachers, school business professionals, governance volunteers and other relevant colleagues) so they feel comfortable about considering and using ICFP in their schools.

This dedicated training will help to demystify ICFP by taking a broad view and reflecting on the different ways to apply ICFP, whilst also signposting to the DfE’s guidance.

The training includes both webinars and half-day workshop delivered across a range of times and locations, to ensure as many of you and your colleagues can attend as possible.

New dates announced

We have now announced the final dates for this training, and these can be found here on the ISBL training calendar.

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The very last half-day workshop will take place in London on 31 March 2020.

Don’t miss out

This training will be available to all sector professionals on a first come, first served basis and is open to ISBL non-members. Make sure that all your SLT and governors attend this training with you.

Book your free place on either a webinar or a workshop (or both). You can also email [email protected] with any queries.

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