QSN 2021 Webinar Series: 8 Information to Students and the CMA

Thursday 15th Apr 2021 - Thursday 15th Apr 2021
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University ‘scenario plans’ for the 21/22 academic year are considering the implications of a ‘third wave’ or continued disruption to delivery models. QSN are running breakout sessions to provide colleagues with an opportunity to share their practice in respect of these planning exercises and their compliance with consumer legislation.

Breakout groups will be discussing:

  1. Informing students of scenario planning for the 21/22 academic year in respect of blended delivery models
  2. The relationship between blended delivery policies, programme documentation, and terms and conditions for contract variation.
  3. Consulting, informing and seeking consent from students about modifications to their studies
  4. Approaches to and timelines for modifying and sharing programme documentation, including course specifications with prospective and current students.
  5. Adhering to updated guidance from the OfS on compliance with consumer legislation.

This webinar will take place via Zoom and is free for up to 5 members of our QSN member institutions. Joining instructions will be shared prior to the event.

The delegate booking system on the website is a little clunky which should hopefully be fixed soon. You have to register your name to add a delegate (which could be yourself), complete the delegate registration information and choose your break-out room and then scroll back down the page to submit your registration.

Event Breakdown

QSN 2021 Webinar Series: 8 Information to Students and the CMA

Programme

15:55 Login and virtual refreshments!
16:00 Welcome – Lee Jones, Chair QSN
16:05 – 16:55 Virtual Break-Out Room Discussion Topics – 

  1. Informing students of scenario planning for the 21/22 academic year in respect of blended delivery models
  2. The relationship between blended delivery policies, programme documentation, and terms and conditions for contract variation.
  3. Consulting, informing and seeking consent from students about modifications to their studies
  4. Approaches to and timelines for modifying and sharing programme documentation, including course specifications with prospective and current students.
  5. Adhering to updated guidance from the OfS on compliance with consumer legislation.

 

17:00 – 17:15 Plenary and Close

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Thursday 15th Apr 2021

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Thursday 15th Apr 2021

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