Workshop Title – 21st Century Innovative & Learner-Centred Teaching & Learning Skills for Higher & Tertiary Education (i,e Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges)
Theme – Revitalizing the 21st Century Higher Education Personnel’s Pedagogical and Andragogical Skills
Aim of the workshop
Intensive training to equip HE QA personnel with the foundations for efficient and effective operations. Key aspects to be covered include internal and external QA: Strategies for developing, promoting and sustaining the quality culture, QA policies, manuals and management systems, research quality, curriculum design and review, teaching and learning, effective student assessment, dealing with resistance to QA, preparing for institutional and programme accreditation. The designing and use of communication, documentation and data collection tools in QA for monitoring and evaluation of students and staff. In addition, the workshop aims to sensitize and bring awareness of what quality in HE is now all about and the current continental and regional activities related to QA and assist to develop QA knowledge and skills of Higher and Tertiary Education personnel since most of them do not have the professional qualifications.
Bring an awareness of the Pan African Quality Assurance and Accreditation Framework (PAQAF) and the associated aspects including the Addis Convention, Agenda 2063, Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA), African Quality Rating Mechanism (AQRM), African Standards and Guidelines (ASG-QA), Tuning Africa, the Pan-African University and the Harmonization of African Higher Education Quality Assurance and Accreditation (HAQAA)
Workshop Target Audience
Quality Assurance personnel in Higher Education Institutions, Colleges and Polytechnics
Directors of Academic and Academic support services
Deputy Vice Chancellors
Students in Higher & Tertiary Education
Any person who requires capacity building in QA knowledge and skills
Date of the workshop
30th July– 2nd August, 2019
Venue of the workshop
Association of African Universities (AAU) Secretariat, Trinity Road, East Legon, Accra, Ghana
REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BHETS7S5K19
i) All Ghanaian Participants whether AAU Members or not USD250.00 or the Cedis equivalent
ii) International participants (AAU Members): USD300.00
iii) International participants (Non-AAU Members): USD350.00
N/B 1: Payment can be done on site on the first day of the workshop.
N/B 2: Cheques for Ghanaians are acceptable. However, Cheques from foreign participants are unacceptable.
PLEASE CONTACT THE FOLLOWING PERSON FOR MORE DETAILS AND LOGISTICAL ISSUES:
1.Dr Violet Makuku Association of African Universities (AAU), Accra, Ghana: +233 263 129 798 firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
WORKSHOP CONCEPT NOTE –CONCEPT NOTE FOR AAU BHETS 30 JULY-2 AUGUST 2019-