HE Quality Breakfast Forum
22nd November 2016
As part of our commitment to giving back to the third sector, TPP is trialling a new series of events, designed to give Higher Education Quality Managers the opportunity to network, share best practice and find solutions to common problems. These exclusive QAA Breakfast Forums will be held annually, with a view to expanding the events if they prove useful.
For our next event, our Chair, Inger-Lise Moen, will talk through the following.
The changing context of quality assessment: an open discussion touching on the following themes:
- The new operating model for quality assessment
- The roles of HEFCE and QAA and students
- Submission of Annual Providers Statements: Sharing our experience in terms of process, challenges and the role for Governing bodies
- Consultation on the QAA Quality Review Visit Handbook
About the Chair
Inger-Lise Moen, Deputy Director Quality Standards and Governance, University of London International Academy
Inger-Lise works at the University of London International Academy, a Central Academic Body which collaborates with the University of London’s member institutions to offer distance and flexible study programmes, currently registering approx. 50 000 students across the world. Inger-Lise has held a number of quality related roles during her time at the UOL and is currently heading up a team responsible for managing the relationship with the UOL’s recognised teaching institutions. As Deputy Director of the Quality Standards and Governance directorate, she is also responsible for the broader functions of the Directorate, including supporting the overall day-to-day operation of the University of London’s quality mechanisms and the strategic course of the Directorate.
Date: Tuesday 22nd November
Venue: TPP Recruitment, 4th Floor, Sherborne House, 119-121 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 5AT
Nearest Tube: Cannon Street Station, Monument Station, Bank Station
To confirm your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are extremely limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis only. If you require further information please call 020 7198 6090.