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SEEC Webinar Invite

SEEC Webinar Invite

The impact of the SEEC Credit Level Descriptors: Webinar series

SEEC’s Credit Level Descriptors remain the most detailed descriptors for assessing levels of academic learning and are widely used by HE providers across the UK. The Credit Level Descriptors are now referenced on the IfATE website and are highlighted in the QAA HE Credit Framework for England.

In 2021 the SEEC Credit Level Descriptors underwent a substantive review to reflect some significant changes that have taken place within the sector and to ensure alignment with further contemporary developments. These developments range from the arrival of microcredentials to the design, development and delivery of degree apprenticeships.

In April 2019, SEEC published a set of papers showcasing the application of the Descriptors in course design, curriculum development, supporting learning outcomes, and developing new qualification pathways within universities and professional bodies.

To showcase the use and impact of the Credit Level Descriptors, SEEC will be delivering a series of webinars. The first two webinars have been confirmed, see information below. The third webinar will be selected from submissions to the SEEC Impact case studies publication (deadline 13th November 2023)

1. Recognising Talent for Care: Pathways for Progression – 17 October 2023
Showcasing the outcomes of an NHS England sponsored project including how the SEEC Descriptors have been used to establish the credit value of the Senior Healthcare Support Worker apprenticeship. The project has the potential to establish a model for ascribing credit to apprenticeship more widely.
Professor Darryll Bravenboer, Middlesex University and Clare Dunn, Open UniversityTo register for webinar 1 please follow this link and for further information please contact [email protected]

2. Flexible Entry Routes for Policing – 15th March 2024
Showcasing the outcomes from a police National Uplift Programme sponsored project to provide a nationally consistent model for establishing flexible routes to the Police Constable degree apprenticeship through the recognition of prior learning. The approach drew significantly on the SEEC Descriptors and the outcomes of the project are supported by both the College of Policing and the National Police Chiefs Council.

Professor Darryll Bravenboer, Middlesex University
Registration for webinar 2 will be open from 8th January 2024 via Event Bright. Reminders will be circulated. For further information please contact [email protected]

3. SEEC Impact case studies – to be confirmed


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