Welcome to the Regional Training Unit
"When leaders stop developing so also do their staff and when staff stop learning so also do their pupils"
These are the sentiments which inform and motivate the work of the Regional Training Unit (RTU) in Northern Ireland as a developer of current and future school and education sector leaders.
RTU supports the professional development of leaders and senior managers in all schools in Northern Ireland. This includes the emergent/middle leader, those leaders aspiring to a first headship position, as well as serving heads, senior school leaders and education leaders and managers. RTU presently has over 130 trainee head teachers on their developmental journey through PHQ.
03 Nov 2014Senior Pathways - Cohort B Int
04 Nov 2014Senior Pathways - Cohort A Int
04 Nov 2014Senior Pathways - Cohort D Int
04 Nov 2014Primary 1st Time Vice Principa
05 Nov 2014School Leader As Coach - Cohor
05 Nov 2014Post Primary 1st Time Principa
05 Nov 2014Primary 1st Time Principals
06 Nov 2014Senior Pathways - Cohort C Int
Event Key: Scheduled Cancelled Postponed
Invitation to become an Leadership Development Partner (LDP).
RTU is presently reviewing the Leadership Development Partner Scheme previously established to involve outstanding / very good school and educational leaders in the design, development and delivery of schools leadership development programmes.
Pages Recently Updated
- "LDP Mentor Coach Training Group 4 (Day 3)"
CALENDAR, 28 Oct 2014 @ 16:16
- "LDP Mentor Coach Training Group 4 (Day 1&2)"
CALENDAR, 28 Oct 2014 @ 16:15
- "LDP Mentor Coach Training Group 3 (Day 3)"
CALENDAR, 28 Oct 2014 @ 16:14
- "Uplifting Leadership Prof. Andy Hargreaves Conference"
CALENDAR, 28 Oct 2014 @ 14:11
- "Senior Pathways
CALENDAR, 22 Oct 2014 @ 12:44
Course Documentation 2014
Course materials are now available via the course portal. Please use the username and password provided when prompted.
Resources, Videos and Documents for Leadership Teams.
A RTU/LDS commissioned report from PWC on 'The attractiveness of headship' in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The report provides an in depth analysis of the issues surrounding recruitment to headship across both jurisdictions.