|Time:||23.01.2014 - 23.01.2014|
|Location:||Bristol, United Kingdom|
This series of three conferences will examine different aspects of partnership and collaboration in higher education and consider how engagement with institutional partners, employers and communities can help higher education providers make sense of a rapidly evolving higher education environment.
The conferences will give delegates the chance to learn about some of the best practice in the sector, while offering an opportunity to consider what makes for successful and effective engagement in the new HE environment. The events will also explore:
Delegates will leave the events better-informed about the relevance and potential impact of partnership and collaboration on their work, on the success of their institutions and on their partners. They will have a better understanding of the common factors which contribute to successful HEI engagement. And delegates will have the opportunity to develop a first sketch of an action plan to improve institutional engagement with local institutions, employers and communities.
The third and final event focuses on engagement with a wide range of different communities and how it can benefit the sector. Key note speakers include:
The events are jointly organised by NIACE, Action on Access, the Forum for Access and Continuing Education, and the Universities Association for Lifelong Learning.