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Invitation to Simplifying Kent Project 1 'town-hall' consultation meetings

9 February 2018

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The project team for the Simplifying Kent Project 1: Programme Approval and Curriculum Design has undertaken and completed a great deal of work in the last twelve months including:

  • the introduction of a revised programme and module approval process (for details on the pilot, please see the QA website)
  • the preparation of recommendations to the University in relation to timetable planning
  • a regular review of taught programmes to ensure they are viable

At every stage, these recommendations have been informed by feedback received from the SK1 Stakeholder Group, and feedback from colleagues in academic schools and professional service departments across the University. The project team is now preparing to draft the final recommendations report, and we would welcome your input on these areas:

  • The structure within which taught programmes of study are organised and run
  • Reviewing the pilot of the revised PMAS processes, and considering whether any further changes are necessary
  • The impact of proposed recommendations on staff, students, marketing and recruitment, and other areas

Therefore, we invite all interested members of staff to a "town-hall" style meeting to give your input on the project's proposals. These will be held on the following days:

  • 15:00-17:00 on Thursday 15 February in M2-28, Medway Building, Medway campus
  • 14:00-16:00 on Wednesday 21 February in SLT2, Stacey Building, Canterbury campus

We hope to see you at one of these sessions. If you are not able to come along, and/or would like more information about the Simplifying Kent programme or this project, please see our SharePoint site or email us.


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Last Updated: 26/07/2017

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