14 May 2019 - 14 May 2019
Critical incident management
May 14, 2019
Why should you attend?
Schools are often required to act at short notice to a diverse range of challenges and crises. Managing this demands experience and effective teamwork from SLT/SMT and can be taxing. At the other end of the scale, schools are likely to be faced with major events which could impact on the whole school, requiring a more complicated and sophisticated response.
This session will equip delegates with advice and strategies to navigate these situations effectively and successfully.
- What current risks are we likely to face in our schools?
- Common school crises and how best to manage them
- How to train staff to be more proactive in diverting or managing crises.
Speaker: Andrew Lewin, BSA Director of Training and International
Andrew Lewin joined the BSA as Director of Training and International in August 2017. He manages the Training and International team with the BSA and delivers the largest CPD programme to boarding staff in the world. Prior to joining the BSA, he lived and worked in boarding schools literally all his life. He has been the Head in three boarding schools, as well as Deputy Head, Housemaster, Head of Geography, Master i/c Rugby, Hockey and Cricket and Director of Development.
He has been an ISI Team Inspector and a Governor of an independent boarding school. He has also served on the local safeguarding children's boards in North Yorkshire and Cheshire, where he organised and delivered training for both local authorities and independent schools.
Cost: Member £210 / Non-member £260
Venue: South East, tbc