ACPUA training webinar for future reviewers of the new ALCAEUS Program.

15 December 2020 14:00-15:30


ACPUA is pleased to announce its first training webinar for future reviewers of our new ALCAEUS Program. This evaluation program certifies the level of commitment of faculties, schools, higher education institutions and research centers to Agenda 2030, measuring the effort made in the compliance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations. A first pilot evaluation of a voluntary nature for the universities of Aragon will take place during the next academic year 2020-2021.

The aim of this webinar is to inform on the criteria and procedure for evaluating this programme in order to have a specific bank of experts to participate in our evaluations.

Once appointed the review panels for the pilot evaluation, training and briefing will be completed. For more information:

Language: English

Date: Tuesday 15 December 2020, from 14 p.m. to 15:30 p.m. (UCT+2)

Target group: according to the European Standards Guidelines (ESG 2.4. Peer-Review Experts), the panels that will participate in this evaluation will include different stakeholders. For this reason, this webinar is addressed to quality experts from the following fields:

– Academic and research staff

– Professionals of the field of quality (quality technicians from universities, EQA agencies staff, professionals with experience in the field of quality, etc…)

– SDG experts.

– Students, learners and junior researches

For more information about the ALCAEUS Programme, pilot evaluation and the aim and contents of the webinar, please contact Eva Sanchez:

Registration is free of charge. Please take into account that the deadline for registrations is Friday 18 September, through the following link:

The number of places is limited. A diploma will be issued upon request.

For more practical information about this webinar, please contact Raquel Gadea:

We encourage you to join this webinar, which seeks a new profile of experts in university quality with a background in the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development!

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