Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants
15 November 2017
Contact us now for details of our new three session programme facilitated by Rob Webster and the MITA Team
Teaching Assistants are often not used as effectively as they could be, and schools miss out on a large amount of potential support and expertise from these valuable members of staff. MITA Direct guides school leaders through a process of strategic review and change, helping them to improve the deployment and impact of their TAs. Over 300 schools have accessed this leadership course, which will be delivered by its developer, Rob Webster.
Who is the programme for?
- School teaching and learning leaders, and CPD leads
- CPD leaders across TSAs and MATs
- Secondary, Primary, and Special School leaders
- Prospective FE, senior leaders
- Specialist Leaders of Education
What does it involve?
Day One: Tuesday 23 January 9.30am-1pm Setting out the evidence on TA impact, introducing the key principles of the MITA approach; conducting a self-evaluation; setting a vision.
Day Two: Wednesday 7 March, 9.30am-1pm Using self-evaluation data; MITA principles in depth: what they look like in the classroom; practical strategies and ideas; action planning.
Day Three: Thursday 14 June, 9.30am-1pm Reviewing and sharing success and planning next steps.
This whole, expert-led, three session programme will cost just £350 per school and will be held at the SBTA Conference Centre, Sudbury, CO10 0NH.
Places are limited so book your place by contacting Jane Chamberlain via firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted on 15 November 2017
Posted in: Training/CPD
Tags: MITA, training