As part of our on-going support to Race Equality Charter applicants, we provide universities with the opportunity to receive feedback on a draft Race Equality Charter application for free once per five-year cycle.
Please note: Applicants should request a review at least six weeks before the date they intend to send the draft to us.
What is a Remote Developmental Review?
Once per 5-year cycle, universities can receive feedback from an Advance HE Associate on a draft Race Equality Charter application. Through a written report and a Zoom call, Associates will provide detailed feedback on the application and identify areas that may need further development.
When will we receive our Remote Developmental Review?
Applicants can request to book a Remote Developmental Review at a time that suits them, as long as they give Advance HE at least six weeks’ notice prior to sending us the draft application.
Remote Development Reviews will most benefit applicants who are nearly ready to submit. We recommend booking a review for approximately 3-6 months prior to the final submission deadline, allowing time for the review to be undertaken and for applicants to make revisions in advance of their final submission.
Here is an example timeline outlining the key stages of the developmental review.
What happens during a remote developmental review?
- Institutions request to book a remote development review by emailing the team at email@example.com giving Advance HE at least six weeks' notice.
- Institutions email us a near-final draft application by the agreed deadline.
- Institutions receive written feedback from an Advance HE Associate within 4 weeks of submitting the draft application.
- A Zoom call (up to one hour) takes place between the applicant key contact and the Advance HE Associate to discuss the feedback.