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Education Management

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Course Overview

This course looks at the key components necessary to be a successful manager in an academic institution. We will focus on the practical elements of school management from the rudimentary elements of administration to academic and people management. The course focuses on key management competencies as outlined by a number of accreditation and training documents.

 

Course Aims

The primary aim of this course is to empower academic manager with the tools to be able to grow and prosper in their role. This course will aim to engage with the manager at their level and encourage them to find solutions to any issues that may arise in their day-to-day job. Further than that, this course will help engage each participation with the wider community of education management and encourage them to support them in their future development.

 

Who is this course suitable for?

This course is suitable not only for education managers currently employed in an academic setting, but also for those who are looking to move into that area in the future. This course is for those interested in education management in a number of different settings, from higher education, to further education, right the way through primary and secondary schools.

 

What is in this course?

This course blends synchronous and asynchronous tasks to ensure that all course participants can benefit fully from interaction and knowledge sharing with both the trainer and their colleagues. This course will look at the fundamental of management in education as stated by a number of accreditation frameworks and review baseline success rate across a range of areas. This course seeks to encourage the manager to understand the constraints and the opportunities of their role and to prosper.

Schedule

Dublin

Summer

One-week course dates

July 5th to July 9th: 1 week course

Aug 23rd to Aug 27th: 1 week course

 

Week 1

 

Monday

 

Tuesday

 

Wednesday

 

Thursday

 

Friday

 

9.00-11.00

 

Introductions and knowledge share session

Managing self and Managing People

Managing Systems, Process and Resources

Professional Development

Project

11.20-13.00

 

 

Key aspects of education management

Course Design

Planning, Administration and Quality Control

Change Management

Presentation

13.00-14.00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

14.00-16.30

Free Afternoon/ Social Programme

Irish History and Politics

Free Afternoon/ Social Programme

Irish Culture and Idiomatic Language

Free Afternoon/ Social Programme

 

 

 

More information:

Minimum Level:

B1

Lessons per week:

10

Lesson duration:

100-120 minutes

Class Size:

Maximum 14

Minimum age:

Adult


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