Higher Ed Services (HES) is pleased to offer a series of five virtual events during July and August that aim to bring together people from across
the higher education sector to probe topics of particular significance to ensuring quality outcomes in learning and teaching. 

During these extraordinary times HES is here to support the sector as it braces for an unpredictable future in which working collaboratively
is more important than ever.  We hope that you will continue to support our quality network and associated activities as we work towards a positive future post Covid-19.

Registration for all events is free and you can choose to attend all five events or select individually.
Places are limited so please register early. Speakers will be confirmed soon.

The Leader’s Challenge: Dilemmas in Strategic Decision Making

HES is delighted to again work with the Council for Australasian University Leaders in Learning and Teaching (CAULLT) in hosting the annual Learning Leaders Conference from 11am to 2pm on Thursday 23 July. The theme, The Leader’s Challenge: Dilemmas in Strategic Decision Making, could not be more prescient. You will have the opportunity to thoroughly examine the topic from a variety of perspectives, hear insights from guest speakers and share experiences. 
 

 

Learning and Teaching Quality Post Covid-19.

The annual Higher Education Quality Network Conference will be held on Thursday 30 July from 11am to 2pm focusing on the theme Learning and Teaching Quality Post Covid-19. Institutions are implementing innovative processes to ensure a quality experience throughout the student journey. This virtual event is your opportunity to join in the conversation so make sure you register today. 

Achieving Sustainable Academic Quality and Compliance Outcomes in the face of Covid-19

Achieving Sustainable Academic Quality and Compliance Outcomes in the face of Covid-19

HES Advisory Services is offering a three-part series commencing in August focused on  how institutions are tackling the acadmic quality and compliance challenges arising from Covid-19 in the short term and the long term. 

In the first session, Managing the current state of play, we explore the disruption that is occurring from a compliance perspective due to Covid-19. What challenges are you facing on a day-to-day basis to ensure requirements are met? Joined by especially invited guest speakers, we explore and workshop practical responses to these challenges. The date and time of this event will be available soon.

 

Safeguarding the Interim

Safeguarding the Interim: In session two we discuss what changes you have made and what has worked and what has not worked.  Where do the key risks sit? How is an equitable student experience created within an online world? How are we monitoring student outcomes and responding to improve? How have we substituted elements underpinning the student experience? what are the priorities from both an organisational control environment perspective and a learning and teaching perspective? What will continue, what will change once we transition out of Covid-19 to the ‘new normal’?

 

Preparing for the future

In this final session, Preparing for the future, we explore the lessons learned from the Covid-19 disruption and how they can be used to continue to drive and improve quality outcomes. While compliance remains important, we also need to look to enhancement and ensure differentiation in the market. We will explore what this looks like in a post Covid-19 world and what levers are needed to improve quality outcomes and drive innovation. Post-session, HES will identify ways to safeguard Academic Quality and Compliance risk within the context of various possible future environments, while also driving enhancement.