Catholic Middle Leadership Programme


 Formation in Catholic middle-leadership... 
We are recruiting candidates for the 4th cohort of the Catholic Middle Leadership Programme [CMLP], offered by the collaborative training partnership of the five North West Catholic Dioceses.

Suitable for:
New & experienced curriculum subject or aspect leaders in primary & secondary schools;
Those aspiring to or in middle leadership posts in Catholic school.

You will:
Access high quality inspirational formation as an authentic leader in a Catholic school;
Be inspired by presentations from prominent national speakers & experienced practitioners from within our Dioceses partnership;
Develop a leadership project bespoke to your School Improvement Planning;
Present to & be accountable for impact to Governors at your school;
Be supported in your leadership development by a school based coach;
Receive the support of CMLP colleagues within a structured learning set, led by an experienced facilitator;
Participate in a small group presentation exemplifying your leadership development;
Receive a certificate upon completion of the CMLP, which is often listed as a ‘desirable’ element in application for middle leadership posts in Catholic schools.

Those who have completed the programme in past cohorts say:
The CMLP helped me understand the difference between leadership and Catholic leadership!
The speakers and presenters helped me reflect upon and understand the impact I can make when I am focused on servant leadership principles.
I didn’t want the course to end – the learning sets gave me encouragement and challenge.

Key Dates:
Briefing – 12 July 2017 | Residential Conference – 12-13 October 2017 |
Training Days – 08 November 2017 | 13 February 2018 | 23 April 2018 | 12 June 2018 [LACE] | Learning  Sets – dates as agreed with facilitator.

Wrightington Hotel & learning set meetings across the North West Dioceses. 
£795 [discounted to £600 for Group 1 schools].
Applications to be received by 19th June 2017.

This is a one year programme running from July each year.

Applications for the programme are made during the early Summer Term.

For further details contact your local Diocesan officers, or Martin Johnson, by e-mailing: