Wednesday 13-05-2015 - 14:34
TSEP, in collaboration with the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) are holding two workshop days to critically appraise the progress of student engagement in quality.
Three years on from the launch of Chapter B5 of the UK Quality Code, we want to better understand how students are currently engaged in quality assurance and enhancement processes and the challenges faced by institutions and students’ unions. This will help us to effectively direct and develop support to institutions and students’ unions on engaging students in quality and enhancement arrangements in partnership with the sector.
These workshops are open to all practitioners within institutions and students’ unions with a quality and student engagement remit. They will be facilitated by TSEP and QAA staff with external speakers. The workshops will be highly interactive and participants will be asked to share and reflect on their experiences of supporting students to engage in local quality processes.
The workshops will enable participants to;
- Reflect on quality enhancement and what it means in your local context.
- Explore the development of effective quality enhancement initiatives.
- Assess the purpose, opportunities and support needed for students to meaningfully engage in local quality assurance and enhancement.
- Discuss how Chapter B5 of the Quality Code has informed institutional practice, the challenges still faced and what more the chapter could offer.
When and where?
- Wednesday 17 June – National Council for Voluntary Organisations Building, Kings Cross, London
- Tuesday 23 June – The Studio – Northern Quarter, Manchester
These events are designed as workshops, providing maximum opportunity for discussions between delegates and the sharing of ideas. Numbers will be limited to 40 delegates for both workshops. Workshop days will run from 11.00am – 4.30pm.
Click here to register to attend the London workshop or click here to register to attend the Manchester workshop.
If you have any questions about these workshop events, please contact Amelia.Shawe@nus.org.uk.