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Attend AACSB Accreditation Week in Melbourne— Limited space is available.

In a few weeks, AACSB will bring four of its most popular seminars to Australia. This will be the only offering in the region for the 2014–2015 fiscal year, so take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about AACSB Accreditation with facilitator Eileen Peacock, senior vice president and chief officer asia pacific, AACSB International.

 

Business Accreditation Seminar
19–20 August 2014
Gain a deeper understanding of the processes leading to initial accreditation during this step-by-step review of the AACSB Accreditation Standards. This seminar includes an inside view at what peer review teams will look for during their visit, and provides an exceptional opportunity to network with b-school leaders. Co-facilitated by:

Michael Powell, Pro Vice Chancellor, Griffith Business School, Griffith University


Enhancing and Measuring Impact Forum
21–22 August 2014
How does your school define and measure impact? This highly interactive forum explores the role of impact in today’s challenging b-school environment, and how it applies to the AACSB Accreditation Standards. Co-facilitated by:

Iain Watson, Executive Dean, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, The University of Queensland


25–26 August 2014
This seminar exposes you to a broad view of the AACSB Accreditation Standards and presents comprehensive case studies, sample learning goals, and best practices so that you can implement an effective AoL plan for your degree programs. Co-facilitated by:


Phil Hancock, Winthrop Professor of Accounting and Associate Dean, UWA Business School, University of Western Australia 


Applied Assurance of Learning Seminar
27 August 2014
Now that you have a strong, working knowledge of assessment, the next step is to attend this seminar to formulate programmatic learning goals and uncover potential issues in your assessment plan (and learn how to avoid them). Co-facilitated by:

Lorelle Frazer, Dean (Learning & Teaching) and Director of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Franchising Excellence, Griffith Business School, Griffith University

 

 

Each event requires a separate registration fee.

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