We have just received additional funding from the University of East London to offer up to 5 part-funded tickets for our Disability Inclusion in Higher Education online conference on Thursday 4 May.
In 2019-2020, 17.3% of home students in England declared a disability, rising 47% since 2014-15. These students are underrepresented in higher education and NSS surveys report lower satisfaction regarding course management and teaching throughout their time at university. This conference will highlight the latest proposals and practices to transform and enhance the higher education landscape for disabled students.
To find out more about the event and the available funding, please register your interest here and I will be in contact shortly. The part-funded tickets are available until 13 February.
Delegates attending this event will receive 5 CPD Accreditation Points, this certification will be sent electronically so it will be easy to share on socials and to employers.
How will this event benefit you?
- Learn from the best-case studies to deliver exceptional teaching quality, learning environment, and educational and professional outcomes
- Discover innovative ways to measure and improve student outcomes
- Identify the core procedures and process of Universities Quality Assurance
- Focus on creating a good student experience and high-quality education to ensure accessibility to students
- Explore methods of engaging underrepresented and disadvantaged students throughout the university process
- Analyse techniques to combat low aspiration, ‘under-matching’ and unfairness and improve access to higher education for students
You can also book online – simply use the code DISABILITY23 at the checkout to secure your part-funded tickets.