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New @MesmaSoftware Webinar Aids Self Assessment and Improvement Planning Skills

Mesma’s director Lousie Doyle

A new initiative from online quality assurance specialists Mesma will help further education and skills professionals to develop their self-assessment and improvement planning expertise.

Four webinars have been specifically developed to equip those who have quality responsibilities in their organistion with the critical tools to develop robust and meaningful improvement strategies as a key part of their overall role.

New approaches to undertaking self assessment will also be covered as part of an accesible programme, which is designed to meet the increasing need for greater accountability and quality control among myriad training and learning organisations.

Participants will gain the skills that will enable them to enhance their ability to showcase the organisations they represent while understandwhat a good improvement plan looks like and how other staff can be involved in process.

The programme:

  • Webinar 1: Using the Ofsted Common Inspection Framework to guide self assessment – 19th June 2018
  • Webinar 2: Using data to underpin your self assessment judgements – 25th June 2018 
  • Webinar 3: Showcasing your organisation – 3rd July 2018 
  • Webinar 4: Building meaningful improvement plans – 10th July 2018 

Mesma’s director Lousie Doyle said: “The webinar content is for individuals who want to developtheir understanding of critical quality process within colleges and skills learning. It will also benefits those training providers looking to improve clarity and efficiency across administrative functions.”

 The whole course, which will run from 19 June to 10 July, is £165 + VAT while a single webinar is £45 + VAT. Delegates who book the whole programme will be eligible for a six-month complimentary access to Mesma ‘Develop’. This allows them to self-evaluate, create a CPD plan, download their reports, and development plans as well as gain access to course related material. 

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