Since the implementation of the Education Inspection Framework in September 2019, inspection is much less data-driven – but inspectors still expect providers to know and use their data.
This session looks at:
• What data inspectors may look at as part of the inspection process
• What data inspectors expect you as a provider to look at on a regular basis
• Using data to support self-assessment
• Using data to monitor progress and drive improvement in learner outcomes
• The tools available to manage that data
Tribal Group are proud to become a platinum partner of Student Minds, a UK leading student mental health charity.
“Oxford chose to work with Tribal because its SITS product is the market leader, and there is a very strong user base and an active user group. We have found Tribal to be a high quality and responsive company to work with, with very good customer engagement from consultancy staff right up to board level.”
"We'll be able to engage with our future students as soon as they apply and communicate more effectively right from their first interaction with the college. It ticks so many boxes; it has made a huge difference to our lecturers and students alike"
Building better student relationships (in the cloud)
We asked IT leaders from UK universities, colleges, learning and education groups and an edtech supplier, in-depth questions to understand and learn from their approaches to transforming digital operations.
“We chose Tribal because of their market leader reputation and the fact they could offer us one system, giving us the flexibility we needed to grow our business.”