Accrediting Professional Competence and Higher Apprenticeships at Degree Level – new models of learner recruitment and employer engagement for the 21st century
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26th November 2013, Park Inn Hotel, York
The 2013 UVAC Conference comprised a blend of plenary keynote sessions and discussion-driven workshops, providing opportunities to hear of the latest developments in higher level work-based learning and to discuss these with others with an interest in the same agenda.
A copy of the conference programme can be found here.
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The Role of Higher Education in Higher Apprenticeship at Foundation, Bachelors and Masters Degree levels
Michele Roberts, Head of Higher Apprenticeships, National Apprenticeship Service.
The Approach to Developing Work-Based Progression Routes to Professional and Managerial Level Job Roles – Professional Body and Higher Education Partnerships
Nick Evans, Higher Education Policy Manager, RICS.
Panel session: Accrediting Professional Competence: Private Providers/Awarding Organisations, Professional Bodies, employers and Higher Education – competition or new models of partnership?
Simon Witts, Chief Executive, Aviation Skills Partnership
Presentation delivered by Dr Darryll Bravenboer, Associate Dean, Academic Development, Middlesex University
The University of Derby’s Role in Supporting the Development of Professional Competence
Andrew Hartley, Managing Director, University of Derby Corporate
If you are unable to run the video embedded in this presentation it can be viewed on You Tube via this link.
Towards an integrated approach to the recognition of professional competence through academic qualifications
Dr Darryll Bravenboer, Institute for Work Based Learning, Middlesex University and Dr Stan Lester, Consultant, Middlesex University
Accreditation of the Institute of Internal Communication Foundation Diploma
Sally Holland, Senior Lecturer, Southampton Solent University and Steve Doswell, Chief Executive, Institute of Internal Communication
Please note this workshop was accepted but was not presented at the conference.
Higher Apprenticeships – Developing and Embedding a University-wide Approach
Sue Graham, Project Manager (Business and Engagement) & Enterprise Fellow, Northumbria University Rebecca Strachan, Associate Dean (Business and Engagement), Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
Employer Engagement: Building Effective Business Relationships
Jan Woodruff, Beth Walthew and Tom Ashcroft, Prospect Research
Well-being in young, dispersed, part-time, employed learners following Higher Apprenticeships in Higher Education
Dr Peter Revill, Workforce Development Fellow, University of Derby
Higher Apprenticeships: a University/College partnership
Jill Sheen, New Developments Co-ordinator, (HE), South Devon College; Mark Stone, Associate Professor, Head of UK Partnerships, Academic Partnerships, Plymouth University; Julie Swain, QA Partnerships Co-ordinator, Academic Partnerships, Plymouth University
A model for the development of work-based progression routes: an employer, FE College and University partnership
Dr Alison Felce, Head of Work-based Learning, University of Wolverhampton; Miss Sandra Perks, Training Centre Facilitator, ZF Lemforder (UK) Ltd; Professor Ian Oakes, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and External Engagement), University of Wolverhampton