Higher education in the 1990s is characterised by a pre-occupation with quality assurance. This book provides an examination of what that means for one academic specialism, continuing professional education (CPE). Based on research conducted in and around UK universities, the book explores the range of existing practice in CPE, and develops a broadly based strategy for practical action. It is argued that a framework for quality should evolve from an awareness of the complex character of CPE as a distinct subject area - solutions cannot simply be brought in, but must be developed in relation to setting.Eachofthese standards has a direct point offocusand BS5750isnoexceptionait istheBritishStandard for a#39;quality systemsa#39;. ... For educationand training, theguidance notes (BSI 1991a) informus that Part 1 or Part 2 are the ones of use: theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Quality Assurance in Continuing Professional Education|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-01-11|