Understanding higher education course development, approval and review
National - Essential Series
Mon 14 Aug 2017, 10:00am to 11:00am EST
|Location||Online and at your desk, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$60|
|Cost inc. GST ||$88|
|Who should attend?||
This webinar follows on from the introductory webinar in the higher edcuation series called “Thinking of becoming a higher education provider – the important issues to consider”.
In this webinar the processes that guide higher edcuation course development and design are explored within the context of the Higher Education Standards Framework.
A typical process for development and approval of higher edcuation courses is proposed as well as a methodology for reviewing approved courses.
A clearer understanding of the the process for developing, approving and reviewing courses should allow participants to accredit and re-accredit their curriculum within a quality framework.
- Clearly document course development, approval and review processes in a non self-accrediting higher education provider;
- Appreciate the importance of the role of a Course Advisory Committee in course development, approval and review of courses;
- Appreciate the important contribution of external review in the development of new courses and the reviewing existing courses.
Facilitated by: Gary Greig
Gary Greig has been in academic leadership and quality assurance in the Australian tertiary education sector throughout his academic career and has worked with many higher education providers to achieve initial registration and course accreditation or to guide and mentor their renewal processes. Gary is the Dean of the Higher Education Leadership Institute (HELI). HELI is a consortium of fellow higher education experts and researchers, delivering global best-practice consulting and training to higher education providers.