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by Claire Kielty last modified 20 Sep, 2019 04:00 PM

Capital Funding for Managing/Maintaining VA School Buildings 10/10/19

Are you confused by VA schools funding? If you need help and advice on your SCA funding bid, then please attend this half day course

Are you confused by VA schools funding? If you need help and advice on your SCA funding bid, then please attend this half day course
Are you confused by VA schools funding? If so, then this important session could be just what you need to have VA funding de-mystified.

• Learn the difference between what the diocese and the local authority provide
• Work through and complete both a DFC and SCA funding bid and see the current years successful bids
• Improve your chances of securing the funding needed to improve the school environment for the children

Please note that all SCA funding bids for 2019/20 must be sent into Martyn Kemp by 21st October 2018 for presentation to the Buildings Committee on 30th November 2018.

If you need specific advice on your SCA funding bid for 2019/20, Martyn will be available after the training to meet with some of you. Please note that these 15 minute appointments are limited, and must be pre booked through Martyn Kemp at: martyn.kemp@salisbury.anglican.org

Course details

Where
The Diocesan Education Centre, Wilton SP2 0FG
When
09:30 - 13:00, Thursday 10 October 2019
Led by
Martyn Kemp
Course suitable for
If you need help and advice on your SCA funding bid, then please attend this half day course: VA School Headteachers, School Business Managers, Finance Officers, interested/link Governors
Course category
Leadership - Headteachers & Governors
Department
School/Parishes
Availability
Places available
PSA cost
Subsidised PSA cost: £75.00 + VAT per delegate Cost without PSA Subscription: £150.00 + VAT per delegate
Booking deadline
Wednesday, 9 October 2019, 12:00am
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