Become a trained EQ-Arts International Quality Assurance Expert:
EQ-Arts provides a practical training designed to develop the range of competencies required by those wishing to engage in international external quality assurance processes.
The Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG) for External Quality Assurance specify that such processes should be carried out by peer-review experts that:
- possess the appropriate range of skills and competencies to perform their task;
- have undertaken appropriate training and/or briefing.
The key aims of the training provided by EQ-Arts are specifically designed to enable participants to adapt a range of skills to form a competence to work as an international peer-review expert in the field of external QA (in line with the ESG guidelines).
Outcomes of the training
The training is designed to:
- familiarise participants with the ESG for Quality Assurance in the EHEA;
- engage participants in processes of evidence analysis and in the development of strategic approaches to the evaluation of internal QA processes;
- involve participants in a close simulation of an external international peer-review QA process;
- adapt the communication and teamwork skills of participants to the specific context of international external QA review processes;
- involve participants in simulated processes of the formulation and framing of recommendations and commendations.
The format of the training is designed so as to replicate the required preparation, teamwork, intensity of workload and complexity of task associated with international quality assurance processes. From the beginning of the training through to the end, participants will be actively engaged in a simulation exercise that mirrors how they would be expected to perform in an external international QA visit.
On the question: “Would you recommend this training to a colleague”, the last group of experts unanimously answered ‘YES’.
The next Expert Training will take place on 28 and 29 January 2018 and will be hosted by DAMU in Prague, Czech Republic.
The training will take place on 28 and 29 January. More details will be published soon.
Participation fee is 1.250 euro (for ELIA-members there is a reduction).
The fee includes training materials, coffee breaks, lunches and a dinner.
Prof. Anthony Dean, Faculty of Arts at the University of Winchester, UK;
Paula Crabtree, Stockholm University of the Arts, Sweden.
To register, please e-mail to email@example.com:
- a statement of interest (max. 500 words)
- your CV