Are you currently involved in developing, marketing and delivering Continuing Professional Development (CPD), executive education or short courses?
Would you like to hear and share with your peers from other HEIs issues what works and why?
If the answer is 'Yes', then you should join us at the inaugural:
CPD Forum Conference: CPD in Higher Educational Institutions - What works and why?
The CPD Forum Conference, in partnership with, King's College London, Imperial College and University of the Arts London, will take place at King's on Monday 21st September 2015. A full day programme will focus on CPD and short course provision within higher education. The conference will feature plenary sessions and a range of supporting practical workshops.
Keynote speaks include Adrian Day, Senior Policy Adviser, HEFCE, Prof. Jonathan Michie, Director, Oxford University Department of Continuing Education, Dr Séamus Ó Tuama, Director of ACE (Adult Continuing Education), University College Cork (UCC) and Lyndsey El Amoud, Business Development Office, ACE, UCC
Number of available places is limited.
10:00 Welcome and Introduction
10:15 Keynote speaker 1: CPD in HEIs - strategic directions from HEFCE, Adrian Day, Senior Policy Adviser, HEFCE
11:00 Keynote speaker 2: CPD - The Oxford University Success Model, Prof. Jonathan Michie, Director, Oxford University Department of Continuing Education
11:45 Keynote speaker 3: Setting up CPD - University College Cork case study, Dr Séamus Ó Tuama, Director of ACE (Adult Continuing Education), University College Cork (UCC) and Lyndsey El Amoud, Business Development Office, ACE, UCC
12:30 Q & A with panel
14:00 Parallel themed workshops lead by facilitators
Theme 1: Institutional governance and reporting
Theme 2: Institutional and academic buy-in - the challenges
Theme 3: Infrastructure –basic framework and limitations
14:00-14:30 rotation 1
14:30-15:00 rotation 2
15:00-15:30 rotation 3
15:45 Plenary – feedback from facilitators
16:30 Networking reception
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When & where
9.30am - 4.30pmMonday 21st September 2015