Meet with others in Programme or Subject Leadership roles, learn about the responsibilities and develop skills and strategies to meet new challenges.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
- I have taken on the role of Subject or Programme Leader.
- Despite experience leading the team for a while, I’d like support with new challenges we face.
- Being Programme Leader can be a lonely experience at times – I’d love to meet with others, swap ideas & find out how they are addressing problems.
- There have been some new developments within the University recently and it would be good to discuss these with others and find out how they are addressing them.
Through this you will...
The role of the programme leader is a challenging one, involving academic leadership for the programme and its development. Responsibilities include the introduction of innovation, supporting the staff team to meet students’ needs, and to respond to new university policies and requirements. The role includes developing responses to quality assurance and enhancement procedures and involves supporting students, co-ordinating PTs and PATs and representing the course to the University. This workshop enables collaborative exploration of effective and efficient approaches to address the challenges you face and devise practical strategies you can adopt within your role.
Who would benefit from this workshop
All Learning and Teaching staff who are involved in Programme, Module or Subject Leader roles.
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Whatever the particular needs & challenges you face, leading for excellent academic practice inevitably involves developing strategies and plans to enhance your courses, and bringing others on board with developments.
Through this workshop you will have the chance to explore your role in leading the implementation of university developments and particular aspects of UN Quality Assurance &/or Quality Enhancement processes within your area of responsibility.
This will help you ensure that your responses to the issues & challenges faced by the programmes you lead are appropriate to the context within which you operate.
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