Posted : 6 yearsago by mandy crawford-lee
The use of credit to define programmes of study and support student mobility and lifelong learning has become widespread with a wealth of reference points and acronyms including the FHEQ, the RQF, Dublin descriptors, RPL/APL, RPCL, ECTS and SEEC level descriptors. This event will introduce credit in an HE setting and explore terminology, transferability and sectoral practices around its use.
The half-day workshop on 6 October in London is designed for academic or administrative staff working in HE, FE or private providers who are new or relatively new to academic credit, credit frameworks and their uses.
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1 days ago, Mandy Crawford-Lee
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