A2-3 Identify institutional drivers, goals, policies and priorities that will influence departmental RPL policy
- What are the key institutional drivers, goals, policies and priorities that will influence departmental need to implement RPL?
- Institutional drivers, goals, policies and priorities are identified which will influence and inform departmental RPL policy and plans, eg
- Recruitment and retention
- Employer and community engagement
- Widening participation - access to a broader range of learners
- Student transitions (including articulation)
- Flexible entry routes and curricula (undergraduate and postgraduate)
- Career development planning, employability skills and graduate attributes and the hear (higher education achievement record)
- Work-based learning, part-time and distance learning.
- League tables and public data eg NSS, KIS, student employability, external examiner
- Internationalisation and globalisation
- Business and commercial imperatives.
- Curriculum for Excellence
- Teaching, learning and assessment strategy
- Technology-enhanced/ blended/online learning
- Learner engagement
- Continual enhancement to curriculum development e.g. to support WBL
- Quality assurance and enhancement and QAA audits.
- Sustainable development
- Learner extra-curricular activities and accreditation reports