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Charging policies: training for other schools

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Last updated on 27 October 2015
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Are there charging policies that cover training for other schools? We refer to three examples of charging policies that set out how the school charges other schools for training. We also link to another article from The Key containing a KeyDoc checklist for writing charging and remissions policies.

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  1. 1 Charging other schools for training: policy from a primary school
  2. 2 Charging other schools for training: policy from a secondary school
  3. 3 Charging other schools for training: policy from a PRU

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