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Susan Patrick Christine Fountain Peter Lycett The Lecturers’ Lair HEA/SEEC Flexible Learning conference 22-23 July 2013. Southampton Solent University Mission Statement.

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Susan PatrickChristine FountainPeter LycettThe Lecturers’ LairHEA/SEEC Flexible Learning conference 22-23 July 2013

southampton solent university mission statement
Southampton Solent UniversityMission Statement

“The pursuit of inclusive and flexible forms of Higher Education which meet the needs of employers and prepare students to succeed in a fast-changing competitive world.”

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Aim

This workshop presents an interactive and (hopefully) entertaining insight into 3 successful models of flexible learning designed and developed at Southampton Solent University. We invite delegates into our 'lecturers' lair' to listen to a short 'pitch' of 3 different flexible learning opportunities at Southampton Solent Business School.

1 university industry partnerships
1. University & Industry Partnerships
  • Southampton Solent University is committed to working with employers to enable employer training and learning schemes within the workplace to be accredited by the University.
  • Accreditation provides businesses with university recognition of achievement for individuals or groups of learners and the opportunity for learners to progress to university qualifications.
  • We can accredit in-house staff development programmes, short courses and professional learning at undergraduate and postgraduate level using both professional development frameworks & traditional academic awards
employer demand for flexible collaborations
Employer demand for flexible collaborations

Local demand for HE accreditation programmes

Changing needs of employer led education: high quality internal training programmes, which would benefit from University accreditation

Able to benefit time pressured professional students

Developments in both Health & Higher Education sectors

our role in collaborations
Our Role in Collaborations
  • Accreditation of programme without any changes to recruitment and in house delivery
  • Responsible for academic underpinning, assessment & all quality assurance
  • Supported by University VLE, skills support, assessment clinic & academic link
the student experience
The Student Experience
  • A seamless provision to work based learning underpinned by academic study
  • Classroom teaching applied to professional sector underpinned by a bespoke online resource
  • An opportunity to learn and earn which is supported by the employer in terms of time and fees
  • Progression routes into FDA or postgraduate certificate
  • An effective blend of training and education
2 retail courses
2. Retail Courses
  • The Premise
  • These courses target those already in the workplace seeking to enhance and develop their qualifications and experience. The Fd title ‘Retail’ reflects the practice of retailing. The student is likely to be of a level in the work environment where this overarching approach is appropriate.
  • The BSc and the MSc reflect the middle/senior/executive management cohort, likely to be middle career professionals seeking validation of their skills and experience, augmented by academic endeavour.
  • The Commendations
  • The panel identified the following specific areas of innovation and good practice associated with the undergraduate proposals:
  • The strong links of members of the course team into industry. The panel would hope that formal links are developed between major companies and the retail courses.
  • The experience of staff in the use of blended learning and how best to optimize this for students has been incorporated into this provision. A strategy for supporting students in their learning had clearly been developed.
  • Motivated and well-informed course team, who are already looking to the future of the industry and anticipating new developments.
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USPs
  • Work based learning ensures that the course is relevant, current and ‘on the job’ and enables students to ‘earn and learn’.
  • Southampton Solent Business School (SSBS) has significant expertise and proven success in Blended Learning delivery.
  • Niche course – SSBS will have limited competition.
  • Programmes that reflect the real world professional practice of retailing and retail management in the business environment by taking a thematic approach to management study.
  • Non-standard entry encouraged and facilitated.
  • CMI recognition at MSc level has been applied for.
3 the ma professional practice
3. The MA Professional Practice

A new course that gives the student maximum control over content and structure.

Aimed at all staff in The University

t he traditional ma
The Traditional MA

Entry

requirements

Units

Structure

Control

Start date

Assessments

Location

All determined

by the University

t he new flexible ma professional practice
The New Flexible MA Professional Practice

Simple Entry

requirements

Any level 7

Subjects

Whole

qualifications or units

Entry

to the MA

120 CATS

2 Start dates

Explore

a report topic

of your choice

Just

Two units

Success

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Example, an Engineering Lecturer with a first degree, years of industry experience and a teaching qualification, but no MA/MSc
the new flexible ma professional practice
The New Flexible MA Professional Practice

MA

Management Report 45 CATS

Research Methods 15 CATS

Entry requirements 120 CATS from any level 7 course or unit

conclusion
Conclusion

&

Questions…