So you want to be a bursar? Webinar 15 and 17 September 2020

Date: 15/09/2020 - 17/09/2020

Venue: WEBINAR Session

Price: £95.00
* Please note prices exclude VAT at 0.00%

Who is it for? Those looking to become a bursar who are not currently working in the independent school sector as well as support staff in independent schools who have considerable administrative management experience and are looking to progress their career.

Fully booked. Please email office@theisba.org.uk if you would like to go on the waiting list

Course detail

These webinar sessions will inform and guide those who are considering a career in the independent schools sector as either a bursar or senior member of the support staff. Scheduled to take place on Tuesday 15 September at 11am and Thursday 17 September at 11am.



Programme

THIS EVENT WILL NOW BE RUN AS WEBINAR SESSIONS ON

TUESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER AT 11.00AM AND

THURSDAY 17 SEPTEMBER AT 11.00AM

 

Both sessions are included in your booking fee and you will need to attend both webinars to gain the most from this event.  In addition to the webinars, you will receive a copy in the post of the publication "The work of the bursar: a Jack of all Trades?"  and have a 1:1 half-hour telephone conversation with either our COO or CEO to discuss any further questions you have in private.

 

The programme for the two sessions are:

 

Tuesday 15 September from 11.00am - 12 noon

  • Issues and challenges faced by the independent sector and how ISBA can help - David Woodgate, CEO, ISBA

 

Thursday 17 September from 11.00am - 12 noon

  • The challenges of being a bursar in a large school - Eleanor Sharman, Bursar, Rendcomb College
  • The challenges of being a bursar in a smaller school - John Wilder, Bursar, Moulsford Preparatory School
  • Finding the ideal job - Freddie Dennis, Partner and Head, Schools Practice, Odgers Berndtson

 

Opportunity to take part in Q&A sessions on both days

 

 

Speakers

David Woodgate, Chief Executive ISBA

Eleanor Sharman, Bursar & ISBA Board Member Rendcomb College

John Wilder, Bursar and ISBA Board Member Moulsford Preparatory School

Freddie Dennis, Partner and Head, Schools Practice Odgers Berndtson