23 November 2022 10:00-12:30
About the event
In view of the upcoming conclusion of the SEQA-ESG project, ENQA is pleased to announce the closing webinar “Overcoming obstacles in reaching compliance with the ESG: lessons learnt from the SEQA-ESG project”. This webinar will take place on Wednesday 23 November 2022 at 10.00-12.30 CET and aims to share experiences and showcase developments from QA agencies and national authorities on how to address system/legal, organisational and practice-related challenges in complying with the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. More specifically, the webinar will reflect on the following key obstacles that were addressed through the project:
- The role of legislative support in reinforcing the agency’s independence in the provision of EQA;
- Managing expectations on EQA: stakeholder involvement in building a fit-for-purpose QA agency;
- Engagement of peer-review experts for the provision of EQA.
The webinar will conclude with the main lessons learnt on how to build an ESG-compliant QA agency, as identified by one of the SEQA-ESG experts.
The webinar is open to ENQA members and affiliates, and other stakeholders interested in ESG-compliance for QA agencies. For registration, please fill in the following registration form in Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom containing information about joining the meeting.
For any questions, please contact Alexis Fábregas (email@example.com) and/or Goran Dakovic (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The programme of the webinar is available here.
State of implementation of the key commitment on external QA across the EHEA by Colin Tück, Director, EQAR
The role of legislative support in reinforcing the agency’s independence in provision of EQA by Robert Redhammer, Chair of the Executive Board, SAAHE, Slovakia
Managing expectations on EQA: stakeholder involvement in building a fit-for-purpose QA agency by Stela Guvir, Head of Public Relations and International Cooperation Office, ANACEC, Moldova
Involvement of Stakeholders by Lawrence Azzopardi, Head Accreditation, Licensing, Validation and Quality Assurance, MFHEA, Malta
Engagement of peer-review experts for the provision of EQA by Tamara Đuričković, Advisor in Sector for Quality Control, ACQAHE, Montenegro
Building an ESG-compliant QA agency: lessons learnt from SEQA-ESG. A view of an expert involved in the project by Cristina Ghitulica, Vice-President, ENQA
The recording of the event is available on ENQA’s YouTube channel here.