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Creating academy group structures seminar - March 2011

22 February 2011

We are delighted to have joined forces with RSM Tenon to present this seminar aimed at primary, secondary and special schools, academies, diocesan boards of education and FE colleges. This seminar will consider the opportunities and challenges and explain the legal process and financial considerations associated with creating academy group structures.

Topics to be covered include:

• Review of important recent policy developments
• Analysis of the range of group legal structures that can now be adopted
• Exploration of issues relating to autonomy and influence within an academy group
• Creating all-through academies
• The role of sponsorship and the new sponsored academies product breakdown structure
• Financial and business operation considerations

book now!

Birmingham – Tuesday 15 March, 9.30am – 1pm
London – Thursday 17 March, 9.30am – 1pm

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