Service Improvement Manager – UQ

Service Improvement Manager – UQ

This role will be responsible for ensuring that the various systems used to support student centred service delivery are and remain effective, efficient, and fit-for-purpose. Working in collaboration with stakeholders across UQ, this position will ensure that systems are responsive to need and produce efficient and accessible performance reporting to inform improvement recommendations, based on evidence and best practice.

http://jobs.uq.edu.au/caw/en/job/504358/service-improvement-manager

Academic Lead, Course Enhancement, Sydney

Academic Lead, Course Enhancement, Sydney

University of Sydney Business School

Reference No. 708/0418

  • Build capacity in curriculum enhancement and lead curriculum mapping, quality assurance, authentic assessment and learning design
  • Full-time (though flexible work arrangements will be considered including part-time, job share and other options )
  • 2 year fixed term appointment at Academic Level B (Lecturer level) or Academic Level C (Senior Lecturer level), remuneration package: $120K to $170K which includes salary, leaving loading and up to 17% super.

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Optimising student outcomes from WIL through post-experience interventions – ACEN WA

Optimising student outcomes from WIL through post-experience interventions – ACEN WA

This workshop, involving all five Western Australian universities, focuses on embedding post-WIL interventions into the curriculum.

Date: Wednesday, 6 June

Time: 1.30pm registration for 1.45pm to 3.30pm Followed by afternoon tea

Venue: Building 34.545 Joondalup Campus, Edith Cowan University

Speakers: Speakers: Denise Jackson, Abigail Lewis, Nigel Gribble, Susan Edgar and Jessica Colliver.

Register here before close of business on 25 May

Cost: Free to ACEN members.  Non-members $20 pay here

The five participants from Western Australian universities will briefly present their findings from the OLT-funded ‘Augmenting career development learning and professional identify development through post-practicum interventions’ project led by Professor Stephen Billett.

Their interventions focused on drawing on the WIL experience to develop career management capabilities, professional identity development, reflective practice, resilience, and self-efficacy among students. Workshop participants will break into small groups to discuss and identify good practice principles for embedding post-WIL interventions into their own areas.

Small group leaders will facilitate discussions and have experience from different discipline areas in virtual WIL, placement-focused and project-based WIL to cater for attendees involved in both traditional and emerging models of WIL.

Contact: Heather Pate for more information – h.pate@ecu.edu.au

 

WIL Africa Conference ‘WIL: Policy to Implementation’

WIL Africa Conference ‘WIL: Policy to Implementation’

WIL Africa Conference on 18 – 20 July 2018

This is Africa’s premier platform for the development of WIL partnerships and sharing best practice.

This SASCE conference will be co-hosted by Mangosuthu University of Technology (Lead Host), Durban University of Technology, Esayidi TVET College, Majuba TVET College, Mthashana TVET College, Thekwini TVET College and Umfolozi TVET College.

The theme this year, is: WIL: Policy to Implementation

  • WIL Successes Challenges and creative solutions
  • Integrated Perspectives to enhancing employability
  • WIL Curriculum issues including assessment, decolonization of education, etc.

Details

Students as partners in WIL: Is this really possible? ACEN SA/NT

Students as partners in WIL: Is this really possible? ACEN SA/NT

9:30am – 12:30pm Friday, May 18th at Flinders University Victoria Square

Contemporary Australian higher education providers have championed student partnership and meaningful engagement as key priorities in strategic planning, governance, and teaching and learning.

This workshop, including input from an expert panel, explores the notion of students as partners in work-integrated learning (WIL) environments. We trouble the authentic nature of students as partners in this space, and the notion that student partnerships promotes engaged learning and agency.

Bringing together staff and students, we take Kettl’s (2017) idea of ‘doing better by knowing better’ to explore the possibilities and challenges that go beyond the usual lip-service paid to engagement and partnership in higher education curricula.

Reference: Kettl, D. F. (2017). Little Bites of Big Data for Public Policy. CQ Press.

Cost: Free to ACEN member. Non-members $10