QSN is a membership organisation for staff with responsibility for quality strategy and management within UK higher education. It provides a forum for the discussion of key issues of quality management and enhancement, and organises an annual Conference and smaller symposium events to discuss specific areas of interest.
May 3, 2019
This webinar will explore effective approaches to programme modification processes and discuss some of the continuing post-pandemic challenges for quality professionals in the context of consumer legislation - from information publication and programme specifications to student expectations, delivery models and contact hours. This webinar will take place via Zoom. A link will be sent out in the joining instructions. Free to QSN
Topic to be confirmed This webinar will take place via Zoom. A link will be sent out in the joining instructions. Free to QSN season ticket holders | £30 to Institutional Members | £80 to non QSN members Before submitting your booking, please ensure you know which subscription your institution has purchased for the 2022/23 period. If you're unsure, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. When
Data continues to be a dominant focus for quality assurance teams and in quality assurance processes across the four nations. This symposium will comprise a number of longer presentations as well as the opportunity for Q&A and discussion. Topics will include evidence-based uses of data, what institutions actually do with the data that they collect or are provided with, data
Periodic Review is one of the principal mechanisms by which Institutions ensure the continuing standards and quality of their academic provision. This meeting will focus on how the different regulatory environments across the UK have influenced perceptions of its value as a process and how different Institutions now approach in-depth programme review. This webinar will take place via Zoom. A link
In this webinar we will focus on how the programme approval process is evolving in institutions. In many cases this is to allow a greater focus on curriculum design: for colleagues in England priorities include reviewing how current processes meet OfS expectations in the revised B conditions in the regulatory framework. We will also look at how institutions are using
The AGM is free to all QSN member institutions This webinar will take place via Zoom. A link will be sent out in the joining instructions. Before submitting your booking, please ensure you know which subscription your institution has purchased for the 2021/22 period. If you're unsure, please contact email@example.com. When you are ready to make a booking, you first need to
The OfS has recently published 3 consultations on regulatory condition B3, the TEF and on the data informing TEF assessments. This meeting will give QSN members the opportunity to discuss the OfS proposals in facilitated break out groups. This webinar will take place via Zoom. A link will be sent out in the joining instructions. Free to QSN members | £50 to non
This event is now closed for online bookings. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place. The purpose of this event is to give QSN members the opportunity to discuss and share views on the OfS Quality and Standards conditions consultation questions. This event is free to QSN members. We will share an online survey prior to the event. This webinar will take place
15TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE NEW DIRECTIONS IN QUALITY
OfS’s recent consultations on revised conditions of registration relating to academic quality and standards have raised fundamental questions about the UK higher education approaches these issues. One of OfS’s claims is that its proposals will ‘raise expected standards for all universities and colleges’. This webinar will examine what this might mean for higher education providers in respect of academic standards,
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