Upcoming network events
DVC/PVC network event, 10-11 November 2021
The next event will be held in person in Fazeley Studios Birmingham on the evening of 10 November starting with a reception at 18.00 followed by dinner (with a speaker) and then running from 9.00 until 15.30 on 11 November.
You will appreciate that we need to have a contingency plan in case the health situation were to deteriorate. If this were to happen, two remote meetings will be held instead: the first on the afternoon of 10 November from 14.00 to16.00 and on the morning of 11 November from 10.00 to 12.00.
The event will include discussion on
- Staff and student mental health, focussing in part on UUK’s Step Change Framework
- The challenge of maintaining a broad-based curriculum in a marketised environment
- Making the case for Learning and Teaching more effectively
- reimagining the student experience post-COVID’
More details on the topics and speakers will follow.
We have not secured an allocation of bedrooms for the meeting this year. If you need to book accommodation we recommend you book a central location within Birmingham based on your Institution's budget.
You can book a place on the event via the link below.
The Chatham House Rule applies to these events.
Making the case for learning and teaching more effectively (10 November)
Reimagining the student experience (11 November)
Leading on Student (and Staff) Mental Health (11 November)
The challenge of maintaining a broad-based curriculum in a marketised environment (11 November)
How to register yourself and colleagues on to events on My Advance HE
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