July 29, 2016 at 10:30 am
NCFHE is looking for Student Reviewers and Peer-Reviewers
The National Commission for Further and Higher Education (NCFHE) is the competent authority which conducts External Quality Assurance (EQA) audits of licensed educational institutions. The purpose of EQA audits is to check that the internal mechanisms, structures and functions of educational institutions are sound and fit for purpose. This is to ensure that students receive a learning experience of good quality. The process of an EQA audit involves a panel of peer-reviewers who are commissioned by the NCFHE to evaluate the Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) procedures of an educational institution. The panel is composed of a minimum of: 2 peer-reviewers, 1 student reviewer and 1 NCFHE representative.
In view of this, the NCFHE is looking for Student Reviewers and Peer-Reviewers. More information about this can be obtained by clicking here. This call is being forwarded as requested by this third party and members should kindly note that the Union is not responsible for the selection process.