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Modern Governor Subscribers get 10% off National Governors’ Association membership

Modern Governor Subscribers get 10% off National Governors’ Association membership

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Modern Governor has announced that it has secured discounts of up to 10% off membership to the National Governors’ Association (NGA) for its 20,000 learners.

As the organisation for 300,000 governors in England the National Governors’ Association supports and promotes good governance in schools.  Member benefits include newsletters, magazines, guides, briefing papers, legal support and insurance.

Emma Knights, Chief Executive Officer of the NGA, said “At a time of unprecedented change in education it has never been more important for governor’s opinions to be heard.  By joining the NGA governors can join together and lobby government with a stronger voice that can’t be ignored.  The support of Modern Governor subscribers is really important to us.”

Upon successful completion of any of the 21 Modern Governor modules learners will unlock a certificate containing a discount code and a telephone number to call the NGA to arrange a new subscription.

Elaine Walton, Product Manager for Modern Governor, says: “We’re delighted to be working in partnership with the NGA to offer School Governors a fantastic discount on membership of their association.

“At such a challenging time for Education, with many new initiatives and a raft of new legislation, it is vital that an impartial body like the NGA exists.  School Governor training has never been more important, or so high-profile.  We sincerely hope that this discount will encourage Governors to both complete their online learning with Modern Governor, but also to become members of the NGA.”

Modern Governor subscribers can get £5 off the NGA Governing Body standard membership and £25 off gold membership.

As part of our ongoing partnership with the NGA, we’re also developing new e-learning modules with them too! Modern Governor working in partnership with the NGA.


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