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Senior Consultant

Rebecca is a Senior Consultant for Carnegie Leaders in Learning (CLiL) and plays a key role in positioning the organisation as a trusted and esteemed partner for CPD and consultancy with teachers, school leaders and other professionals. 

Working in collaboration with CLiL colleagues, she is responsible for the design, development and delivery of innovative CPD programmes in the field of education and leadership. This includes the suite of National Professional Qualifications, honed and facilitated by the team at CLiL. She currently leads and manages the delivery of NCTL’s governance leadership development and training programmes. In addition, she oversees accredited programmes and training aimed at School Business Managers and Clerks. Rebecca is also involved in supporting the development and training of Recently Qualified Teachers and represents CLiL on the Strategic Board for Initial Teacher Education at the Carnegie School of Education. 

She is committed to building strong relationships with key partner organisations and individuals, developing effective, sustainable and responsive networks. She is currently undertaking an ILM Level 5 in Coaching and Mentoring, reflecting her love of learning and commitment to developing others.

Rebecca started out her teaching career as a Biology and Science teacher in 1998, progressing to a range of middle and senior leadership roles across a diverse range of settings. Her previous experience to date has also seen her lead a suite of Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programmes for an ‘outstanding’ provider and work as a School Improvement Adviser for a Local Authority. In conjunction with this, she has undertaken the voluntary role of Chair of Governors at a maintained school and served as a governor for an Adult and Community Education Service. The breadth and depth of these roles provide her with a strong foundation to support leadership and learning across a range of contexts. 

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