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Westminster HE Forum-Next steps for improving quality and standards in HE – Morning, Monday, 21st February 2022

New regulation, implementation, course development, funding, assessment, and qualifications. This conference will look at priorities for regulation, the development of higher education courses going forward, and next steps for assessment and qualifications to boost standards as well as quality across the UK higher education sector.

It will be a timely opportunity to discuss proposals in the OfS consultation on quality and standards in higher education – such as allowing the regulator greater power to intervene in universities and colleges with sub-par performance, as well as measures for assessments and qualifications aimed at ensuring effectiveness and credibility – with the OfS considering its response.

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JISC Data Matters 25 January 2022 St Paul’s, London

Data Matters is jointly run by Jisc, HESA and QAA, who are the UK’s higher education digital, data and quality experts.

This partnership brings these three perspectives together in a one-day conference to discuss the topical issues around data and its use in shaping the future of higher education.

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AELP Webinar: Tendering for the Next Round of Skills Bootcamps 19 Jan 2-4 pm

Skills Bootcamps are the next ‘go to’ development for the current administration. A new wave of opportunities for providers is due early 2022.

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Partnerships with Employers & Apprenticeships CVU 4 February 2022 at 10.00a.m Online

This session looks at a range of cases studies from universities which have entered into partnership arrangements with other higher education institutions, training providers and/or employers where they may be responsible for the academic award and may or not be the lead provider for ESFA funding rules. There will be an exploration of differences in responsibilities in setting up and maintaining ongoing oversight depending on the role within the partnership. There will also be an update on current regulatory requirements. for further information and to make a booking click here