School websites – maximising the potential and making them compliant

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Your school website is your shop window. Learn how to maximise impact and ensure compliance with relevant legislation.

Course Outline

This course will help you evaluate your school website to maximise the potential impact and ensure compliance with relevant legislation. For those schools who have recently bought their website in-house or who are considering doing so, this course is a must!

Course Description

School websites are often used to communicate large amounts of information and as new categories, pages or links are added the website can become overburdened, difficult to navigate and full of outdated content.

This course will guide you through:

  • Checking the layout of your website is logical and vital information is easily accessible.
  • Reviewing documents, files and images to ensure there is not excessive legacy data.
  • Catering for those who don’t speak English as a first language or have visual difficulties.
  • Meeting with The School Information (England) Regulations 2012 and 2016 or legislation relating specifically for academies.
  • A Data Protection Impact Assessment to cover your website provider will also be provided.

Attendees will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of their current website, assess how compliant it is and understand the steps needed to make improvements.

Course Audience

Headteachers, IT Leads, Business Managers

Course Dates

Thurs 9th September 2021 13:30-14:45 Click here to book via Eventbrite

Weds 1st December 2021 15:45-17:00 Click here to book via Eventbrite

Book this course

To book your place on our School websites – maximising the potential and making them compliant course click the link(s) below.

Thurs 9th September 2021 13:30-14:45 Click here to book via Eventbrite

Weds 1st December 2021 15:45-17:00 Click here to book via Eventbrite

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