By attending these short courses, you will help your school deliver the best curriculum possible, achieving educational success and financial stability.
This series is aimed at School Business Professionals, Head Teachers, the Senior Leadership Team, Curriculum Leads, Governors and Trustees at both maintained schools and academies. You can register for as many or as few webinars as you choose but we strongly advise you to join all six, so you can gain a full understanding of School Resource Management and how to successfully implement it in your school. Webinars will be delivered live so you can ask questions along the way and interact with the session.
We suggest completing courses 1-2 in order. The other course titles can be completed in any order that suits you.
This webinar will include a review of the key metrics, before introducing additional metrics. The webinar will outline what these metrics mean and how they can be calculated. There will be a walkthrough in the session so you can calculate your metrics as the session progresses. By the end you’ll have useful information that you can bring to the ICFP using DfE Tools session. Finally, we will explore how these insights can be used to provide practical benefits.
This webinar will cover tools which are available for free on the DfE website. These tools include the primary and secondary school ICFP workbook and the School Resource Management tool. We will also look at what help is available on the View My Financial Insights website. We will explore some ways in which schools can use these tools to introduce ICFP in their schools.
This webinar includes an introduction to and the benefits of benchmarking, a walkthrough of the DfE Benchmarking website and other free DfE tools such as View My Financial Insights website. There will be some best practice tips including what makes a good comparison school, and what to do with the information once it has been derived.
This webinar will help to develop your understanding of compliance with procurement law and financial regulations. We will take you through a case study utilising the procurement cycle and also walk through the process using the DFE tools and frameworks available to school settings.
This webinar will explore the benefits of strategic estate management. School estates that are managed effectively will help to make savings as well as ensure sites are safe and sustainable.
This webinar will define the roles and responsibilities of key personnel by taking a holistic view of the leadership of a school, how they should integrate and collaborate to achieve the core aims and objectives of the setting to benefit the key stakeholders.
Entrust is an education and skills support services business. We are driven by our purpose: to create better outcomes – for our employees, clients and customers, suppliers and partners, and society.
We have worked with schools and academies from over 50 Local Authority areas, offering a vast range of education services from school improvement to schools HR, finance and IT.
By building on our reputation for excellence and delivering what we promise, we want to help make every school a good school, ensuring every child and young person gets the education they deserve.
Find out more at www.entrust-ed.co.uk