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Taking the Chair programme: Evaluation report

In December 2006, the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) commissioned Peter Matthews Associates to evaluate the Taking the Chair training programme.

The report was commissioned to assess how effective the Taking the Chair programme has been in developing and improving the skills of governing-body chairs.

Follow the link below to download the Evaluation of the DfES training programme for chairs of governing bodies: Taking the Chair.



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Evaluation of the 'Taking the Chair' programme [Listen to this document]

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Effective date: 20 July 2007
Posted date: 20 July 2007
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