Subject Leader Development Programme Terms and Conditions

Please read the terms and conditions carefully before you register for a place on the programme. Please also refer to the CPD Events terms and conditions

  1. The Subject Leader Development Programme is open to all secondary history educators in a variety of settings and circumstances, including secondary, special schools, FE colleges in the UK and beyond.

  2. The programme is only available to individuals and not departments or schools. Each registration can only be offered to a single individual and as such must be registered with the direct name and email address of the person participating in the programme.

  3. The programme will be self-directed consisting of 13 modules averaging at 2 modules a week. During the programme you will be required to attend 3 Zoom meetings including an assessment meeting and complete the assessment in order to be certificated.

  4. You will be invited to join a WhatsApp group containing course leaders and other participants to help network and communicate with the programme leaders. This is not compulsory and is done at your personal discretion. Being part of the WhatsApp group will provide valuable networking and conversational opportunities.

  5. In order to access the programme content you will need to either be a HA member or have a free basic account. To register at the member rate you must either be an individual member or your organisation must be a corporate member of the Historical Association and your digital profile already attached to your online corporate.

  6. You will be given access to the programme content on receipt of payment and the relevant registration information. You will have access to this content until the start of the following cohort.

  7. Payment is accepted via card payment only. A VAT receipt can be requested once payment is received. If you are booking on behalf of the attending delegate ensure their details are used and not yours.

  8. Refunds and deferrals will only be accepted within one week of booking by emailing events@history.org.uk or under extenuating circumstances which will be considered on a case by case basis.

  9. The HA reserves the right to review the programme process and to make appropriate changes. These changes will not apply to participants going through the process.

  10. The programme and programme materials are copyright of the Historical Association and course leaders. No unauthorised sharing or copying of content.

  11. The Historical Association operates in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulations (from 25 May 2018) and UK Data Protection Act. We promise to use your data in a fair, transparent and ethical way. We collect your personal information in order to fulfil your Subject Leader Development Programme contract with us, and provide you with the services you have signed up for. We have procedures and security features in place to keep your data secure.

    By registering for the Subject Leader Development Programme (SLDP) and as part of the service, you are opting in to inclusion on an email distribution list to provide you with updates about the programme and put you in touch with the Programme Leaders. Your email address will be visible to other members of the SLDP email distribution list. 

    You can ask to see what information we hold about you, request changes to the data, or instruct us to delete it at any time, however this may mean we are no longer able to deliver the benefits you have paid for or keep you updated about the programme. For further information please see our Privacy Policy