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Erasmus+: Improving School Management: from Single Person to a common Strategy

This course is dedicated to school leaders and its team members and designed to demonstrate, analyse tools for creating clear vision of the role of all elements of the organisation from single person to strategy of whole school.

This course is dedicated to school leaders and its team members and designed to demonstrate, analyse tools for creating clear vision of the role of all elements of the organisation from single person to strategy of whole school. Practical exercises will provide participants possibility to learn methods in creation “whole school approach”, share good practices of Human Resource Management, learn effective strategic planning, increase knowledge how to establish effective cooperation with parents, etc. In all, participants will be empowered to organize their own quality system.

 

When

16 Oct 2017 @ 09:00 am

20 Oct 2017 @ 03:30 pm

Duration: 4 days, 6 hours

Where

El Observatorio

Carrer del Congost, 9

08024 Barcelona

Spain

Organised by

DOREA Educational Institute

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