Aspiring Leaders: Interview Preparation for a Principalship and Deputy
Elaine King EK Interview Preparation
Feb 7th (7pm)
Elaine King designed this course to prepare aspiring leaders for applying for a Principalship and Deputy Principalship.
Elaine will take an in depth look at:
- Domains of Leadership and Management, Looking at Our School 2016- a Quality Framework for Primary Schools
- The Selection Board and Interview Panel
- Possible content
- Different scenarios
- Sample questions
- Dress and Body Language
- Overcoming nerves
- Develop a better understanding of your strengths and skills
- To identify the traits and characteristics of effective leaders
- Improve the way you promote yourself at interview
- and much more!
Elaine will talk you through the Interview Preparation process for Leadership- Principals and Deputy Principals, allowing you to prepare at your own pace.
It is relevant for both primary and post primary teachers
Facilitator: Elaine King
Elaine King is an experienced Primary Teaching Principal with over 19 years experience. She trained in Mary Immaculate College and holds a Masters Degree in Education in Special Needs and Inclusive Practices. Elaine has also completed numerous leadership, educational and management courses and has a keen interest in leadership, coaching and mentoring. Elaine is a qualified CSL Mentor with the Centre for School Leadership Ireland. She is also a Team Mentor with the IPPN training groups of Principals in Year 2. (Irish Primary Principals Network). The CSL now operates under Oide.
Elaine engages in regular continuous professional development and offers expert advice in the areas of Interview preparation, CVs and cover letters.
Elaine has also qualified as a Leader Coach with a QQI Level 6 Certificate Award in Coaching Practice & Ethics (Specialising in Educational Leadership Coaching) and a Diploma in Life and Leadership Coaching (Association for Coaching accredited and CSL endorsed.)
Masters in Education in Special Needs and Inclusive Practices Difficulties in Literacy