How we work with you
At the close of a project the HEA can work with you on a number of evaluation activities using developed monitoring tools. We will collect data based on your measures of success to help you understand the impact of your project. There are options for a digital report or for any outcomes to be presented to you in person.
Any evaluation activity is best ran with a baseline to compare to and so it is recommended that you run this in conjunction with HEA conceptualisation services.
Our Consultancy Team has worked with a range of higher education institutions, including:
The HEA has a number of services which can be undertaken at a school, faculty or institutional level to help you to evaluate your KPIs:
Our impact evaluations are tools which provide a clear overview of how key thematic priorities are being implemented across your institution. They are aligned to the HEA frameWORKS series, providing a national reference point for enhancing learning and teaching.
The impact evaluations are designed to be undertaken by senior leaders, programme leaders and individual practitioners and are recommended to be undertaken in conjunction with an earlier audit to help show the distance travelled against your KPIs.
Your next steps
Following closure of a project and the evaluation it may come to light that there are still certain challenges to tackle or you may now be thinking about a new priority area. Help us understand your future goals and we can help tailor and support your next successful project, following our four-step approach:
- Planning and preparation
- Implementation, delivery and monitoring
- Completion and closure
Advancing HE Through Strategic Change and Innovation
End to end support to tackle your major institutional challenges
This is a bespoke programme built around school, faculty or institutional teaching and learning priorities. This programme uses a collaborative four-step process: conceptualising; planning and preparation; implementation, delivery and monitoring, and; completion and closure. The programme can address a number of themes linked to student success including:
- student retention and attainment;
- assessment and feedback;
- student engagement;
- flexible learning.