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Home page - WBL Maturity Toolkit

Page history last edited by Peter Chatterton 5 years ago

 

 

 

Lifelong Learning and Workforce Development Programme 

 

 

 

 

 

SUPPORTING THE HE/FE SECTORS IN ENHANCING EMPLOYER PROVISION

 

 

HE/FE Institutions can use the Work-based Learning Maturity Toolkit to:

 

  • Assess their current performace in work-based learning. 

  • Identify a Vision for work-based learning.

  • Identify the "enablers" and "barriers" to achieving the Vision.

  • Develop recommendations for actions and change management.


SITE CONTENTS

 

 

NEWS

Background to the toolkit

How it evolved

The benefits from using it

Video introduction to the toolkit

Who it is intended for

Why it is needed

 

Case studies

Index to case studies (under construction)

 

How to use the toolkit

A generic approach

Handy tips for engaging with the toolkit

Use in formative assessment of programme design (under construction)

 

Resources

CIHE resources

Government resources

Higher Education Academy resources

JISC innovation and change programmes

JISC publications and information resources

QAA resources

Technology resources

University resources

 

Shaping the future of the toolkit

Planned changes

Your feedback

 

The self-assessment criteria

Index to the criteria

 

Toolkit initiatives (who is using it)

Index to initiatives 

 

7 December 2012

A CAMEL meeting (Taking WBL forward in Scotland using the WBL toolkit) of Scottish institutions is taking place on the 7 December at Edinburgh Napier University. Attending will be staff from Glasgow Caledonian University, University of the Highlands and Islands, University of the West of Scotland, Edinburgh Napier University, Forth Valley College, Carnegie College,t he University of Westminster and QAA Scotland.   

 

26 September 2012

A CAMEL meeting (Delivering WBL Improvements- DEWI) of Welsh institutions took place on the 26 September at Cardiff Metropolitan University, involving Glyndwr University, Swansea Metropolitan University, University of Glamorgan, University of Wales, Trinity St David and Cardiff Metropolitan University. 

 

30 August 2012

A CAMEL meeting (Taking WBL forward in Scotland using the WBL toolkit) of Scottish institutions is taking place on the 30 August at Glasgow Caledonian University. Attending will be staff from Glasgow Caledonian University, University of the Highlands and Islands, University of the West of Scotland, Edinburgh Napier University, Forth Valley College, Carnegie College and the University of Westminster.                      

 

20 July 2012

The first meeting of the Welsh cohort of Universities took place at Cardiff Metropolitan University with representation from Cardiff Matropolitan University, Swansea Metropolitan University, University of Glamorgan, University of Wales, University of Westminster, Trinity St David, JISC RSC (Wales) and their Critical Friend.

 

7 June 2012

The first meeting of the Scottish cohort of institutions took place at Glasgow Caledonian University with representation from Glasgow Caledonian University, University of the West of Scotland, University of the Highlands and Islands, the QAA (Scotland), Edinburgh Napier University, their Critical Friend and the project Evaluator.

 

April 2012

The JISC Benefits Realisation programme awarded funding to a Scottish cohort of universities (centred around the SFC-funded articulation hubs - with support from the QAA) and a Welsh cohort of Universities.

 

Further info/contact:

Peter Chatterton (peter.chatterton@daedalus-e-world.com

 

 

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