NCEL Prepares School Leaders To Implement COVID-19 Protocols

When schools reopen for the new academic year, it will not be business as usual, as school leaders and students will have to adjust to the new normal that the coronavirus (COVID-19) presents.

 

The National College for Educational Leadership (NCEL) is ensuring that school leaders are equipped with the skills and know-how to implement the COVID-19 protocols.

 

500 School Leaders Take Part In VIL Online Course

Some 500 school leaders are currently participating in the Virtual Instructional Leadership (VIL) online course, which will equip them with the necessary skills and competencies to effectively manage their schools remotely.

 

The course targets principals and vice-principals in early-childhood, primary and secondary schools across the six educational administrative regions.

 

School Principals Urged To Access Leadership Training Online

Director/Principal of the National College for Educational Leadership (NCEL), Dr. Taneisha Ingleton, is encouraging school principals and administrators who are at home due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) to utilise its online platforms to continue their leadership training.

She says that through the entity’s website, YouTube and Facebook pages, programme participants can access a range of video and audio clips on various topics.