**We are now taking bookings for the 2022-23 Headteacher Wellbeing Programme. Please click here for further details and to book your place.**
2021-22 CPD programme
The CPD Offer Booklet provides a list of courses under the sub-headings of school and leadership roles. Courses are also listed in calendar view, please click on the below links for more details:
Should you wish to make multiple bookings (booking on more than one course) and / or manage your bookings, it is advisable to set up an account. You will be prompted to do this when making your first booking.
If you are experiencing any problems joining a Zoom meeting for an event booked through Bookwhen, please contact:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. Thank you.
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You will also be able to cancel bookings using your BookWhen account, alternatively, cancellations can be notified to Linda Boys
Please note that, unless otherwise stated, any cancellations received within 10 working days of the training will be charged at 50% of the cost and any cancellations received within 5 working days will incur the full charge.
Privacy Notice – Event/training booking
The Data Controller is Chester Diocesan Board of Education, 5500 Daresbury Park, Daresbury WA4 4GE, 01928 718834
Information collected is name, address, telephone number, e-mail and dietary requirements (where required)
It is collected by DBE administrators
It is collected through booking forms.
It is collected for the following purposes:
- To manage events and training run by the DBE
It will be used in the following ways:
- To maintain list event/training attendees
- Sending invoices
- Keeping a list of dietary requirements where food is provided.
Names and dietary requirements (if required) will be shared with event/training organisers and venues.
The information will be stored until one year after the event/training.
Each person has the right to access their data, rectify, erase, restrict or object to processing, and data portability;
Each person has the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (the “ICO”) about the management of their data