A reminder that Student Learning & Academic Registry will be delivering the following Continuous Professional Development during week commencing 24th January 2022. Please use the links below to book on.

Continuous Monitoring and Enhancement (CME)

Tuesday 25th January, 11.00am – 12.00 via MS Teams

Continuous Monitoring and Enhancement (CME) is the process the University uses to assure academic standards are maintained and to enhance the quality of learning opportunities for students.  The process is used to consider the student experience at course level, referencing key student satisfaction indicators, for example, the National Student Survey (NSS), Graduate Outcome statistics, the results of module evaluation, feedback from Student Voice Forums and from staff.  In addition, the process incorporates the views of external stakeholders, such as External Examiners and Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies (PSRBs).

This session will be particularly relevant for new Course Leaders or existing Course Leaders wanting a reminder.

For more information and to book a place on this session,  please click here

Academic Workload System Allocator Forum (School Managers, HoD’s, PL Staffing and Resources)

Wednesday 26th January, 3pm-4pm via MS Teams

The session will be used to provide allocators (Head of Departments, School Managers and Principal Lecturers (Staffing and Resources) with any updates to the AWMF and AWS. Importantly the session will also provide an opportunity for discussion where examples of good practice can be shared across School’s and any existing issues can be explored

For more information and to book this session, please click here.

Assessment Regulations/Variance Clinic

Wednesday 26th January, 3pm-4.30pm via MS Teams

As part of the Course Approval/Review design process, in order to support Course Teams, the Student Learning & Academic Registry APR team are offering a series of Clinics for course teams to work through aspects of their proposed course design that may be impacted by the features of the assessment regulations (e.g. Compensation, trailing, exceptional third attempt). The Clinics will also provide an opportunity for Course Teams to identify any possible variances and work these through along with advice on how to submit variance applications.

For more information and to book this session, please click here.


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