SEEC membership is open to
Organisations that provide education and training at the higher education levels
(NQF levels 4 to 8; HEI level 1 upwards), and their associates. In the main, institutional members tend to be universities and colleges of further and higher education in the southern half of England that use academic credit and credit accumulation as the basis for their courses. However, we also welcome members from other parts of the UK, Europe and the world, where academic credit is the currency for educational progression and achievement.
Businesses and companies, professional bodies, and private and public sector organisations
who work with academic credit at higher levels are also members, as well as a growing number of professional and academic consortia.
Employers who work with HEIs to accredit their in-house courses are welcome too, to add to the body of working knowledge about how credit accumulation and progression can enhance workbased learning and industrial and commercial improvement programmes.
Individuals who wish to benefit professionally from meeting colleagues, sharing good practice and research questions, and engage in consultations with the Consortium, but whose employing institutions are not members.
We welcome educational consultants, credit specialists, community educationalists, visiting lecturers, authors, and others from the growing number of business and industrial sectors in the UK and Europe, and other international countries.
- A termly newsletter
- Reduced rates for seminars and conferences
- Access to online forums
- Membership of network groups
- Voting rights
- (For institutions only) representation on the SEEC governing council
- Institutional membership (unlimited staff)