Congress 2006


The 2006 Congress was held at the University of Staffordshire between the 3rd and 5th April.

RAE 2008 – update on progress Ed Hughes RAE Manager, HEFCE
Positioning for the RAE 2008 Professor Geoff Tomlinson PVC (Research), University of Sheffield
The EC’s Examinations – opening up markets for UK HEI’s Andrew Ramsey Executive Director, ECUK
UCAS Services for International Recruitment Janet Pearce Policy and Business Development Manager, UCAS
Studying Engineering Overseas: an International Perspective in Facts and Figures Dr Janet Ilieva Market Information Manager, British Council
Specialist Diploma in Engineering (14-19) Martin Ball Sector Development Manager, QCA
Flexible approaches to learning Higher Education Dr Steve Wyn Williams Director of Academic Development Institute, Staffordshire Univeristy
Employer Engagement in Learning and Technology Charles Pickford Regional Development Manager, Foundation Degree Forward
Right person on the Right programme Dr Bernard Capaldi Director (Industry Products and Services), SEMTA
Is the glass half empty or half full Dr Anil Kumar Director of Education & Policy, ETB
The role of the Academy and Engineering Education Professor Paul Ramsden Chief Executive, HEA
A path for the future Dr Derek Pinches General Manager (High Voltage Products), AREVA T&D
Engineering Research and the Business of Better Explanation Professor John O’Reilly Chief Executive, EPSRC
Arup as a Case study of Links with Industry Sir Duncan Maichael Consultant and Trustee, Arup


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