Progression accords and credit frameworks.

Bravenboer, Darryll and Betts, Mick (2007) Progression accords and credit frameworks. In: LLN National Forum Annual Practitioner Conference, 13th November 2007. (Unpublished)

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This workshop considered the following: What are the most important things that progression accords should try to develop and achieve? • Cultural change within institutions. • Clarity for learners around entry requirements. • Facilitate progression for learners coming from workplace. At what levels should they operate? • Important to gain middle management buy-in • Combination of high level agreement, mid-level network-wide agreements, and operational level bilateral agreements. What is the synergy between the development of progression accords and credit frameworks? • Look to build in process of evaluating experiential learning into progression agreements. • Need to understand differentiation between credit transfer at HE level, and credit as a means of recognising learning for entry into HE. Proposals for future developments/finding solutions, etc Need for more case studies on: • Progression from workplace • Use of credit • Embedding progression accords into institutional processes.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Research Areas:Institute for Work Based Learning
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