Choose from our professional programmes:
A development programme for senior HR Business Partners in Higher Education. Designed in collaboration with Universities HR.
The dates for the next HR Business Partner Programme will be published shortly. In the meantime, please contact Frankie Martin for further details.
A stepping stone for new and established managers working in libraries, information and digital and student services area of HEIs. Designed in collaboration with, The British Library, SCONUL, UCISA and BUFDG.
Three one-day events to support colleges to take full advantage of the new arrangements for general and specialist further education colleges now offering higher education. The leadership and development needs of those creating and directing the strategies for such learner opportunities are specific and ever more paramount, calling for specific knowledge and capabilities. The three events are:
Leading Your Technical Team and Building on Your Leadership Skills are geared towards delivering the fundamental and key skill elements for leading and managing people particularly in a technical team.
A development programme specifically aimed at degree programme leaders and those responsible for leading learning and teaching development within departments, schools or faculties. The focus of this programme is on the leadership needed to develop, enhance or transform learning and teaching programmes and courses in higher education. LTLT 4 will begin 12 November 2014 and LTLT 5 will begin 10 March 2015. Please click on the title above for more information about the programme, and email Will Wade to register your interest.
Our professional programmes partners
Higher education is a complex kaleidoscope of organisations, networks and communities. There is a well established and growing collection of professional associations and our engagement with this community is extensive. The range of organisations we are working with include AHUA, AUA, UHR, LSIS, UCISA, SCONUL, AURIL, AMOSSHE, BUFDG, ARMA, AUPO, JISC, EAUC, AGCAS and ARC. The focus of engagement with these professional associations is wide-ranging and in some cases it has led to the development of very successful UK-wide leadership development programmes which stand alongside our other national programmes.