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Constructive Target Setting...with Professional Colleagues (session 1)

Constructive Target Setting...with Professional Colleagues (session 1)wed17nov8:00 amwed9:30 am8:00 am - 9:30 am Blended Learning Event OrganiserKaren Ardley Associates

Event Details

Karen Ardley Associates are delighted to be offering this interactive programme as part of our Autumn 2021 Blended Learning Calendar.

“Many people fail in life, not for lack of ability or brains or even courage, but simply because they have never organised their energies around a goal.”
Elbert Hubbard (circa 1900)

This blended learning programme is focused on achieving successful outcomes from a proactive target setting process in your organisation. When setting targets works well it is an active dialogue between professional colleagues in whatever role they hold. The setting, monitoring and reviewing of targets is an ongoing process, with ongoing support for colleagues, throughout the year. As part of an integrated programme of professional development reviewing, and the collaborative sharing of ideas, it has an impact on the learning of both adults and children across the whole school community.

This programme is designed to give you a greater understanding of the background to targets and the rationale for their use. The aim is to focus on the developmental aspects of the target setting process and the powerful effect that working towards achieving targets can have on colleagues.
Embedded across the programme are tools and activities that will support your own development, understanding and delivery of the process.

If there is one key message at the end of this blended learning programme it is to ensure that all those involved are informed and trained as to how to get the best out of your organisation’s processes for the setting of targets.

Additional Information

This course will run for 3.5 hours group facilitated time over two sessions plus additional online self-study:

Session 1: 17th November 2021, 8.00am – 9.30am GMT
Session 2: 8th December 2021, 8.30am -10.30m GMT

Target Audience

This programme is suitable for any teacher, teaching assistant, middle or senior school leader or member of the school support team that is required to set personal, professional targets with a colleague in any school-based situation

Delivery and Format

This programmes will use a blended approach of facilitated online discussion and online self-study using the KAA Online Learning Platform.

  • Facilitated group session – 17th November 2021, 8.00am – 9.30am GMT
  • Self- study online module which include film, audio and presentations
  • In school reflections, activities to support discussions and implementation
  • Facilitated group session to review progress and prepare for the next steps – 8th December 2021, 8.00am -10.00am GMT

The facilitated sessions will be delivered using Zoom and the online self-study modules will be accessed via KAA Online Learning Platform.

Booking process:

Delegate fees:

£185 per person which includes 6 months access to the self-study module on the KAA Online Learning Platform. 

To book please use the online booking form further down this page or contact [email protected]

KAA Presenter

Brian Rossiter

As a successful teacher, leader and Headteacher, Brian Rossiter has always been passionate about learning and leadership. Having taught and led in several secondary schools across the North of England, Brian now works with a wide range of classroom practitioners and leaders from schools throughout the UK and abroad.

Some of his most recent work has involved teachers, Headteachers and Middle Leaders from primary, secondary and special schools in England and Senior and Middle Leaders in International Schools in Germany, Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt. Brian understands the opportunities and challenges faced by leaders at all levels. He believes in empowering leaders, teachers and support teams to experiment, take professional risks and improve the life chances of their students. The desire to simplify national and international requirements and apply them to the local context drives his work.

As a facilitator, he is able to contextualise the research and theory into practical, easy to implement strategies for all teachers and leaders to implement in order to improve their practice. Brian is able to make leadership development accessible and enjoyable for all participants.
… and when not working or with his family, Brian can be found hanging from rock faces by his fingertips!


(Wednesday) 8:00 am - 9:30 am


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This is a 2 session event (17th Nov and 8th Dec)

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