This section covers information relating to the way the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA) is governed and how decisions are made. It includes information about which individual member of staff or group within the organisation is responsible for specific functions and where they fit in the structure of the organisation.
These pages explain the TDA's work, structure and responsibilities. Details of our board members and senior staff are also included.
Information relating to the legislation relevant to our Agency's functions
TDA annual report and accounts
This report provides Parliament and the public with an account of how the TDA has spent the resources allocated to it, as well as its future planned spend.
The TDA’s principal aim is to improve children’s life chances by developing an effective school workforce that raises educational standards and provides every child with the opportunity to fulfil his or her potential. The annual report and accounts also describe the measures which the TDA has taken to achieve this aim.
Lists of and information relating to organisations with which the Agency works in partnership
Strategic plan 2008-13
Our vision is that by 2013 all schools can recruit, develop and deploy effectively the highly-skilled, professional workforce that need to maximise the achievement of every child and young person and improve their well-being. Our strategic plan sets out our strategic aims, objectives and performance measures.
Senior staff and board members
The TDA is governed by a non-executive board. The board ensures that the Agency is as effective and efficient as possible.
Includes details of how to contact the Agency and office locations.