SEEC is a highly respected authority in the existing and developing field of Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CATS) at higher education levels.
SEEC serves as a reference point on credit-based learning, structures and processes in the UK and, now, in the developing field of European credit. This website will guide you through the detail of who we are and what we do.
We answer questions such as:
- What’s credit? the basics of credit for learning, including guidance on accreditation of prior learning, for learners, employers and educational organisations
- Why be a member? how an educational or professional institution can become a member of SEEC, to gain from the professional support it offers
- What’s in it for us? SEEC’s regular professional development events - one day seminars and workshops on the practical implementation of credit processes and applications How can I get support and ideas? Join SEEC network groups based around key issues under discussion in the HE field
- What can I download? some of our publications are available online, and you can purchase others
- Can I present a paper at a SEEC conference? Annual conference booking and reports
- What else? See the range of consultations and reports that we have developed, and are currently involved in, stimulating debate on all aspects of credit and related issues and contributing to continuing professional development
Originally the South East England Consortium for Credit Accumulation & Transfer, SEEC has grown to cover institutions in the south and southern midlands of the UK. NUCCAT is the corresponding consortium for the northern half of UK, although organisations can belong to both consortia.