The 2017 conference took place at the Pullman Hotel in central London. Those attending included key policymakers from Government alongside HE sector regulators, university leaders, Deans and academics, business, student unions, and other interested parties.
The conference was themed around key sector priorities, including; driving student employability, enriching students’ practical experience and ensuring their professional recognition and development.
These priorities are the central focus of CMI’s work with our partners, and are now considered crucial elements for success of the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
The one day event covered 3 key areas:
- Teaching and Learning – which included taking stock of TEF status and issues
- Higher Apprenticeships – presenting an overview of how CMI has been playing a leading role and how Universities are responding very positively to the new agenda
- The Student Journey – how CMI’s long history of providing practical support for individual managers is being translated into engagement and interventions that make a significant impact to student experience and outcomes
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