AGenda Academic Governance-Leadership In Academic Governance-a single day program
"I was able to take lessons from this workshop and immediately adapt them to my work.The input from other participants and Hilary and Mark, our facilitators, was honest, very informative and focused. The case studies and other practical elements were not only valuable, they were actually engaging and fun! Anyone attending the workshops, including members of Governing Councils and Boards of Directors, would get keener insight into many of the key elements of academic governance for Australian higher education providers" Professor John Jenkins, Chair of Academic Board, TOP Education Institute
A single day course for those responsible for Academic Governance in Higher Education Providers across Australia.
Course Schedule 2019
11th September 2019 Melbourne
12th September 2019 Sydney
17th September 2019 Brisbane
Alternatively, this program can be delivered as an in-house course for your staff involved in Academic Governance
Read more about Hilary on her website www.hilarywinchester.org
Developed by Emeritus Professor Hilary Winchester and Mark Douglas
Please contact us for further course dates or enquire about an in-house course at firstname.lastname@example.org or
call Mark on 0418 846 343 or Hilary 0419 807 057
This program will bring together groups from higher education providers from across Australia. Each organisation will register a group of 3,4 or 5 participants. Each group may be a mix of ex officio, elected members and senior administrators. This course will benefit those new to the academic governance process and those in leadership roles in governance committees.
Participants will reflect on and learn about:
1. The formal expected role of academic governance in higher education providers in Australia.
2. The role of Chair of Academic Board/Senate.
3. The expectations of all chairs and committee members.
4. What is meant by Academic Risk and Risk Management.
5. The Higher Education Standards Framework.
(in particular Section 6.3)
6. The critical relationship between Academic Governance, Corporate Governance and Executive Management.
7. The three areas of visibility of Academic Governance:
a. Good governance and the expectations on you.
b. Good governance and the expectations on your committee.
c. Good governance and the expectations on your University.
8. Leading and managing change through effective academic governance.