Call for Applications- Research Writing in the Sciences Online CourseAugust 31, 2018
Public Lecture at the University of Western Cape:August 31, 2018
‘The Role of the Registrar, CFO and CHR in 21st Century University’ , 26th – 28th September, 2018
The African University of the 21st century faces many challenges – challenges of relevance, sustainability, student access, student success as well as, very important so, a myriad of staff challenges.
The call is therefore for a new type of Professional and Support Service staff (PASS), senior and executive staff who fully understand the imperatives of the 21st century and who are able to translate the institutional goals of the Higher Education Institution into aligned Registry, Human Resources as well as Financial Objectives, policies and procedures as well as actions to support the sustainable success of the particular Higher Education Institution (HEI).
PASS environments that are not fully aligned with and able to support the VC and other academic leaders in the HEI, can seriously impede the HEI in it’s strive to fulfill the desired vision of the particular institution.
This is the reason why the AAU, in response to the needs articulated by its member universities, has decided to focus on the key roles that need to be fulfilled by the Registrar and Heads of Finance and Human Resources, during the next workshop.
DATE: 26th-28th September, 2018
VENUE: Jades Hotels, Abuja, 24, Ndola Crescent, Zone 5 wuse, Abuja
TARGET PARTICIPANTS: The target audience for this workshop includes:
* Vice Chancellors, Rectors and Presidents as well as Deputy Vice Chancellors of Africa HEI’s – with the expectation that they should during the workshop articulate their needs in terms of the value adding services that need to be provided by the Registry, Finance and Human Resources
* Registrars, Chief Financial and Chief Human Resources senior staff of Africa Universities – with the expectation that they should articulate the value adding services that should be provided to the 21st century Africa HEI’s; to define the barriers they experience that negatively impact on their optimal service rendering; and, to reflect on ways and means to optimize their service rendering to the HEI.
Programme Fees: US $ 500 per participant
This includes all programme materials, refreshments (tea/coffee and lunches) as well as formal functions which are offered as part of the programme. It excludes traveling and accommodation.
Participants are responsible for their own travelling arrangements as well as for the cost of accommodation for the duration of the programme.
How to apply to attend the workshop
Complete the online application form from here: https://www.research.net/r/UNIVADVNG