- HEFCW Annual Public Meeting
- Date: Friday, 8 November 2013
HEFCW offices, Llanishen
2:00pm - 3:00pm (Tea and coffee from 1:30)
This meeting, which is open to the public, will launch our 2012-13 Annual Report, and will be an opportunity to reflect on recent developments in higher education in Wales and discuss future issues affecting universities in Wales.
- Future Directions: Skills and Employability in Higher Education
- Date: 15 May 2013
- • Martyn Flynn, Talent Acquisition Manager, Enterprise Rent-a Car
- • Catherine Stephens-Ward, Internship Programme, Wales Council for Voluntary Action
- • Engaging with employers
- • Employability and enterprise
- • Embedding skills and employability into higher education curricula.
Glamorgan Conference Centre, University of South Wales, Pontypridd, CF37 1DL
The Higher Education Academy, the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education and the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales invite university practitioners to an event which focuses on real world approaches to skills and employability development and how best to measure the impact and success of such initiatives:
Employer keynote speakers include:
Workshops will include:
For further information or to register your place on this free event, please visit www.heacacdemy.co.uk.
- QAA Workshop: Managing higher education provision with others
- Date: Thursday, 25 April 2013
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff
10:00 - 15:30
The QAA is holding a one-day workshop on behalf of HEFCW to explore in detail the recently published Chapter of the UK Quality Code for Higher Education, B10: Managing higher education provision with others. The workshop will take place on 25 April 2013 in Cardiff, 10:00 to 15:30.
The event will be of particular interest to staff involved in managing collaborations with higher education and non-higher education partners (for example, quality managers, staff involved in review activities, or work placement managers). The workshop is not concerned with pedagogies or methods of teaching and learning in collaborative arrangements.
An overview of Chapter B10 will be given in the morning - what is it about, how is it new. The afternoon will be dedicated to exploring implications of Chapter B10 for both reviews, and for the day-to-day management of collaborations such as study abroad or work placements. There will be plenty of opportunity to discuss questions about Chapter B10 in detail.