Events & Training

Training meeting with the Joint Teacher-Student Commissions

Webinar promoted by the Quality Assurance Board

September 28, 2020 14 pm - 16 pm

Marisa Porrini, Deputy Rector for Education
Matteo Turri, President of the Quality Assurance Board, University of Milan
Pilar Emma, Social Sciences and Humanities Study Programme Office
Daniela Bagnati, University Qa System Support Office

 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Lifelong learning

Our University is committed to Quality Assurance in Teaching, Research and the Third Mission, as well as in service organization.

Now online training on the University Quality Assurance System. The training was promoted by the Quality Assurance Board, and delivered with the support of the Teaching and Learning Innovation and Multimedia Technology Centre (CTU), in order to illustrate QA goals, players, requirements, and indicators.

 

The University Quality Assurance Board, in collaboration with the Teaching and Learning Innovation and Multimedia Technology Centre (CTU) and the Professor and Researcher Training Office, has decided to launch a training initiative on the University Quality Assurance (QA) system, with the aim of aligning professors, researchers, and research fellows on the topics of QA and periodic accreditation requirements.

The course is led by Prof. Massimo Tronci, and it consists of three modules:

1.University Quality Assurance – General Principles and Processes;

2.Quality Assurance in Teaching;

3.Quality Assurance in Research.

For information and support, please contact the Professor and Researcher Training Office.

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The Quality Assurance Board has been proactively raising awareness and training the academic community on QA processes, also through specific actions for different stakeholders.

Proposed activities include mandatory distance training for technical, administrative and library staff. With the cooperation of the CTU and the Technical, Administrative and Library Staff Legal Management and Staff Policy Branch, and with the support of the General Management Office, we have recorded some training modules on the AVA accreditation process.

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As Quality Assurance policies and procedures are student-centred, the Quality Assurance Board includes a student representative.

Moreover, all our students are offered 4 training modules as follows:

  • Quality Assurance, ESG and ENQA
  • Self-Assessment, Evaluation, Accreditation and Requirements
  • The key players in Quality Assurance
  • Continuous monitoring tools

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28 september 2020

Training meeting with the Joint Teacher-Student Commissions

22 july 2020

Accompanying the visit and Annex 4 of the AVA Guidelines

30 june 2020

Cyclical review and Annex 3 of the AVA Guidelines

15 june 2020

PQA  meeting with QA  degree programme

11 june 2020

11 june - PQA  meeting with QA network  Departments

14 may 2020

Webinar "Designing and monitoring a study programme: the Tuning matrix tool"

13 February 2020

Meetings with Heads of Departments

6 february 2020

PQA  meeting with QA network  Departments

 

25 January 2020

Quality Assurance in the Medical Area: Training Day

 

4 December 2019

Training meeting on R4 requirement

3 December 2019

The AVA process – Self-assessment, periodic evaluation, accreditation

11 November 2019

Teaching Staff-Student Joint Committees (CPDS) and Quality Assurance

16 October 2019

Guidelines for syllabus compilation and revision

September - October 2019

QA Board - QA network meetings

19 June 2019

Meeting for the University managers and division / office heads on the AVA periodic accreditation system

13 June 2019

“University Governance: Quality Policies and Responsibilities”

6 March 2019

“The 2019 cyclical review process at the University of Milan”

3 May 2018

“The challenge of accreditation and evaluation processes: Open problems on AVA requirements and CEV visits”

November 2017

“Meetings for the Teaching Staff-Student Joint Committee report”

July 2017

First meeting with department QA functions

31 March 2017

Presentation of the new Quality Assurance Board