Register for your place online.
Applicants completing their programme application are asked to identify whether they have been recommended by a delivery partner. Please select West Herts Teaching School from the drop down list and then enter our partner allocation code, which is WHTS.
Registration is now open until 20th September 2019.
When completing the registration form you will need to know your teacher reference number (TRN) and your school URN, size and type. If you are unsure of your TRN then you can contact CAPITA on 01325 745000 and they will be able to provide this information. The school detail required can be found on the government schools database found here.
NPQML is delivered at high quality venues throughout the East.
The qualification has a flexible, modular structure that combines core modules with the freedom to specialise and develop candidates’ own professional areas of interest through the choice of an elective module. Modules cover three learning areas:
All modules focus on improving the effectiveness of leadership practice and consist of workplace learning and practice activities; face-to-face workshops and online learning. Candidates will have the opportunity to:
Activities within modules have been designed to stimulate and challenge thinking, build knowledge, skills and expertise, and promote change and improvement in leadership behaviours, capability and capacity.
Delivery covers a 12 month period with the expectation that candidates will submit for final assessment within 18 months. During this time you will:
Undertake four face-to-face sessions spread throughout the course duration
All State-maintained schools and academies in England
Independent / Overseas Schools
£950 + assessment fees
* Final assessment activity will be funded for all candidates from English state-maintained schools and academies.
If your school alliance has at least 10 staff that you wish to register for NPQML then we can set up a bespoke group for you. This will provide you with the benefit of using your own facilities for face to face training and determining the dates and delivery model (twilights, school holidays, half-days etc).
A collaborative group will also bring a financial benefit as the candidate fees can be reduced to reflect the number of candidates and any savings made by using your school’s facilities.
If you were involved in delivery of the now discontinued MLDP programme we can support your delivery team to retrain on the new qualification and work with you to set-up and run the new NPQML qualification within your alliance.
For more information, please contact us on 0117 9209 426 or email the team.