SEEC’s event programme is organised in direct response to topical issues in credit-related learning. Through seminars and workshops, we aim to focus on practice and policy implications, offer an independent perspective, provide excellent networking opportunities and facilitate the sharing of best practice. Delegates at recent events have valued the experience:
- ‘Very relevant content, thought provoking and a great combination of speakers. Highly valuable and inspiring event that I would recommend to others.’
- ‘The day provided up to date material and insight into different aspects of credit.’
- ‘A helpful opportunity to find out about how credit is being used to support the delivery of flexible learning, and to make higher education more accessible to non-traditional students.’
Our events are aimed at academic and other staff from HEIs, FE and HE colleges, professional bodies, businesses, and agencies involved with learning, teaching and administering in a higher education context. SEEC and NUCCAT members benefit from discounts of up to 50% on registration fees, providing excellent value for key professional development.
Related events organised by other bodies with whom we have links are also listed below.
Opportunities for lifelong learning in a changing worldDowning College, Cambridge CB2 1DQ
Key themes for the 2018 UALL Conference will include lifelong learning pedagogies, social mobility and inclusion, and building capability for the workplace through apprenticeships, re-skilling and work-based learning.
Is student involvement in quality providing value for students and institutions alike?Leeds Beckett University, Leeds LS1 3HE
This helpful, practitioner based seminar will be of interest to staff and students who are interested in developing their institutions’ approach to student engagement in quality.
Credit transfer and social mobilityFriends House, London NW1 2BJ
SEEC’s next Seminar will feature presentations on the post-18 HE review in the context of social mobility, the impact of credit on student mobility, opportunities for social mobility through lifelong learning, and progression agreements.
Is widening participation wide enough?Hilton Milton Keynes, Kents Hill MK7 6HL
The Open University will host the 5th Widening Participation conference, at a time of considerable growth in readership of the University’s Journal on Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning and when the institution’s links with policy and sector advisors are stronger than ever.
Credit frameworks: supporting innovations in curriculum design and deliveryTeesside University, Darlington DL1 1JW
This final seminar in NUCCAT’s 2017/18 programme will focus on innovations in curriculum design and delivery, and how these can be supported by facilitative credit frameworks.
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if you have a proposal for a future SEEC event or presentation, or if you would like your event listed here.