The Education Workforce Council will hold its second policy briefing of 2017 on Thursday, 14 December at the Pierhead Building in Cardiff Bay. This analysis will present data on school headteachers, deputies and assistant and executive headteachers and registrants with NPQH who are not in a leadership role.
This event is for all stakeholders with an interest in education policy and headteacher recruitment / retention. We will be drawing on unique data from the register gathered over 10 years to reveal what’s happening in headteacher/leader recruitment, retention, and career progression in Wales.
We will present data extracted from the register of education practitioners to provide a profile of in-service headteachers and registrants that hold NPQH in terms of age, gender, years since QTS, qualification which will show the overall profile of registrants in headship roles or progressing to headship.
The session will help guide the development of education policy in Wales in areas such as workforce planning, NPQH, headteacher retention, gender balance, the Welsh language strategy, and devolved pay and conditions.
It will also offer an opportunity to look at barriers to headship and views on NPQH with evidence from qualitative research.
This event is sponsored by Darren Millar AM.
Tickets are free and can be ordered from our Tocyn page, which will launch at the end of September.