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Support for Excellence Programme Peer Review and Development. Agenda. LSIS – an introduction What is PRD? Programme reach Programme activities Plans for the future Information and contacts. Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS). Came into operation on 1st October 2008

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Support for Excellence Programme

Peer Review and Development


Agenda
Agenda

  • LSIS – an introduction

  • What is PRD?

  • Programme reach

  • Programme activities

  • Plans for the future

  • Information and contacts


Learning and skills improvement service lsis
Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS)

  • Came into operation on 1st October 2008

  • Combines the best aspects of the Centre for Excellence in Leadership (CEL) and Quality Improvement Agency (QIA)

  • Focus is on learners and on developing excellent and sustainable further education and skills provision across the sector.

  • Leadership development will underpin and form an important part of the organisation’s strategic role in the sector

  • The National Improvement Strategy – consultation on revision current happening



What is prd
What is PRD?

  • Collaborative, self-sustaining quality improvement activity

  • Both an assessment and an improvement function

  • A small number of organisations, (typically 4-6) work together reviewing each others’ self assessment and quality improvement processes

  • Shared responsibility for improvement, involving joint action planning and support in the sharing and transfer of good practice

  • Investigative but not an inspection


What is prd the process
What is PRD - the process

  • PRD group protocols

  • Action Plan

  • Establish impact measures

  • Roles and responsibilities

  • Forming the review team – skills needs

  • Skills Development

  • Logistics and preparing documentation

Preparing

for

review

Getting started

  • Carrying out the review activities

  • Monitor the improvements made to the organisations

  • Evaluate the PRD group’s performance

  • Improve/develop the group activities as appropriate – impact?

Review

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Feedback to the host organisation

  • Report on the review activities

  • Consideration of recommendations at appropriate level within host organisation

  • Design and action the development/improvement plan based on the output of the review

  • Joint activities to develop each others organisations

  • Review/add to impact measures

Feedback and Reporting

Development


Programme reach a national programme
Programme reach – a national programme

Organisations in PRD groups across the 9 regions = over 740

+9 National organisations

London

NE

NW

SW

EM

SE

WM

E of E

Y&H


Programme reach a full sector representation
Programme reach - a full sector representation

  • PRD groups come from all areas of the sector

  • Some organisations group by sector others are mixed

Other

OL

VC

SC

GFE

SFC

ACL

WBL


Programme activties
Programme activties

Year One: Building the Programme

  • By July 2008 there were 129 active PRD groups consisting of 591 providers from across the further education system

  • Series of events

  • National conference

    Year Two: Developing – putting the “D” in PRD

  • 10 sector specialist PRD Advisors

  • 165 groups, made up of over 750organisations

  • 10 Offender Learning Groups

  • Series of events – Sustainability, Rigour, Learn and Share

  • Focused interviews and case studies

  • Collecting, collating and share the benefits of PRD best practice across the programme and sector via the Resource Centre http://excellence.qia.org.uk/page.aspx?o=resourcecentre


Programme activties1
Programme activties

Plans for future: PRD into business as usual

  • Provide evidence to determine PRD’s place within a self regulating FE system

  • Evidence of the benefits and impact of PRD on individual providers

  • Providers reflecting themselves on the benefits and impacts of PRD

  • Creating a legacy of PRD in terms of commitment, tools and information which can enable the sector to continue to use/improve PRD for quality improvement after the life of SfE programme


Information and contacts
Information and contacts

  • The National Conference is on 19th May in London

  • Please visit the resource centre on the excellence gateway http://excellence.qia.org.uk/page.aspx?o=aboutsfe

  • For more information please contact [email protected]


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