Our Assessment Centre Experience (ACE) is a collaboration between key stakeholders which supports students who may not have the social and cultural capital to navigate recruitment processes. Delivered via embedded modules in the curriculum to over 3,000 students from across nine academic schools, it has a positive impact on employability.
Dr Julia Petty is a Senior Lecturer in Children’s Nursing with a specific passion and interest as a subject-specialist in the field of neonatal nurse education. Through this, she aims to enhance knowledge and the learning experience of students and staff in this specialism, locally, nationally and globally.
Sarah Flynn provides leadership in support of the University of Hertfordshire’s strategic plan in the development and enhancement of workplace learning and employability, and teaches on the postgraduate programme in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. Sarah has been Chair of ASET, the Work Based and Placement Learning Association, since 2013.
University of Hertfordshire
Associate Director of Learning and Teaching (Workplace Learning and Degree Apprenticeships)
Dr Suzanne Fergus is exceptionally passionate and has an undeniable talent for teaching. In 2016, she received the Royal Society of Chemistrys Higher Education Teaching Award for her sustained innovations and pioneering endeavours in chemistry education. Suzanne obtained her MA in Education focusing on student engagement in chemistry and has obtained recognition as a Senior Fellow of the HEA for her leadership and support to colleagues enhancing the student learning experience.