Staff Development Group seminar, 11-12 February, Gloucester

11 February 2016-12 February 2016 All Day

Context and expected outcomes:

This ENQA workshop was an outcome of the ENQA Working Group on Staff Development, which has worked since 2012 to identify common values and characteristics of professionalism in quality assurance; to build a mentoring scheme for heads of QA agencies; to analyse the key competencies of QA (reviews) staff; and to collect good practice in effective induction of new staff.

The workshop shared information and good practice collected by the ENQA Staff Development Working Group in 2012-2015 in the listed areas, and it provided an opportunity to the agencies to discuss, exchange and learn about effective staff recruitment, induction and training practices that may be able to address the specific needs and challenges faced by QA agencies in this area.

In particular, the event was expected to:

  1. Achieve a shared understanding amongst agencies of the essential competencies of QA
  2. Share effective practices amongst agencies on assessment and development of competencies
  3. Generate ideas for future staff development activity

All sessions were designed as group work sessions with a high degree of interactivity and participation by all attendees.

Target groups:

The event was targeted to all ENQA members and affiliates, and in particular to those individuals who deal with staff recruitment, training, and competence profiling within the agency.

The event was hosted by the United Kingdom’s Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).

Fee: €220

The following materials are now available:
Final Programme
Leading questions
Practical Information
List of Participants
2014 Report of outcomes by SDG
ENQA Competencies Framework
Dr. Cheung’s views on the competencies framework

The following presentations are now available:
Welcome and introduction to the SDG workshop by Douglas Blackstock
Values of Quality Assurance Agencies: formulation, evaluation, compliance by Aurelija Valeikienė, Manon Wortel, and Kate Beachus
Essential competencies for QA professionals, Part I: What they are and how they can be assessed in recruitment by Julien Lecocq
Staff development – Recruitment Study case: ARACIS by Oana Sârbu
Effective Practice in Induction of New Staff by Marion Moser
The essential competencies, Part II: Performance Review and Development Activities by Geneviéve Le Fort
The essential competencies for QA professionals, Part II: Performance review and development activities by Mina Đorđević
Delivering an Effective Induction by Elise Cook and Marita Nanson-Cook

Photos from the event are available here.


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