Dartmoor TSA is delighted to announce it has been successful in its application to become the South West regional network lead for the NCTL's Women Leaders in Education programme. The £30,000 Grant award from the NCTL will be paid in three installments over three years to enable us to ambitious aims and vision.
Key aims are:
1. Tackle unconscious bias and stereotyping of women at work, especially around promotion
2. Increase opportunities for career breaks, return to work and family friendly working patterns
3. Increase career management support for women
4. Develop confidence and resilience so that women feel able to drive their career forward
Our vision is:
Our vision is to grow a regional teacher equality network, with a focus on leadership and gender (though not exclusively as other factors, such as ethnicity, LGBT could be addressed in the same way). This would be comprised of up to 24 smaller networks, varying in size, composition and format, but would share the following features:
Building a partnership with:
As well as building new networks, we will aim to build on existing networks with the SW, including:
Over the coming weeks we will be finalising our project management structure and will provide more information on this exciting opportunity for women leaders in the South West.
To find our more please contact Dartmoor TSA Director Martin Smith email@example.com