The Association of Higher Education Professionals (AHEP), is a beacon of best practice and a guiding voice for HE professional services staff. For over 60 years, it has supported and guided its members, as they define and develop their career ambitions. The AHEP vision is simple: ‘We are working towards a day when every higher education professional is connected, supported, and developed within a diverse and high-performing community.’ We do this by empowering members to identify and act on their development needs. We provide access to many routes of professional development, serving everyone in the HE community no matter what their career stage or level of position. Collaboration is at the core of the AHEP offering, which is why we facilitate members to build their own networks, inside and outside their institutions.
For more information on third party offerings from the AHEP please contact the AHEP Office
DASSH UK is the representative body of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities in universities and higher education institutions throughout the UK. It provides a forum for debating matters of policy and practice in relation to our disciplines and their development. We aim to exchange information and ideas, and inform and influence national policy.
Our members are Deans and Assistant Deans, Heads of Schools of faculties of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. Please contact us by clicking here
We believe excellence is achieved by people. Removing the barriers, so all can succeed; driving positive change, to make higher education better for all.
- We are dedicated to helping higher education shape its future
- Providing insight, so you can use the foresight
- Enhancing organisational performance, to deliver sustainable change
- Developing and connecting people, so they can deliver impact
- Accrediting achievement, so you can be recognised
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The Northern Universities Consortium (NUCCAT) is drawn from Higher Education Institutions across northern and central England and Northern Ireland and Provides a forum for higher education practitioners with an interest in the design, implementation and regulation of credit-based curriculum and its implications for the student experience and progression, reflecting the changing dynamics of the sector’.
The Northern Universities Consortium works on behalf of its members to:
- The Consortium’s activity is focused on the provision of quarterly meetings and discussion fora and delivery of an annual conference and workshop programme to support areas of relevant activity.
- Share best practice in the development of modularity, credit frameworks and academic frameworks including assessment regulations and level descriptors;
- Respond to national consultations and other drivers and work with fellow credit consortia to resolve issues of common interest
- Undertake specific projects on credit and other activities that deliver the aims of the Consortium;
- Promote staff development and mentorship in these areas
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