One of the core components of accreditation is the site visit. And the key players of site visits are visitation evaluation teams (also known as VETs).
VETs can be experts in education, theologians, stakeholders or students. But, whatever their background, it is unlikely that they have been trained in the specific tasks and procedures that are required for the highly professional task of an accreditation visit.
This course covers a number of key issues, both conceptual, personal and practical to equip both new and not-so-new VETs for their tasks. Watch videos from a selection of experienced VET members from different parts of the world as they share their insights and hear from accreditation agency officers as they explain to you how visits can be prepared, organised and followed up on.
This is a highly recommended resource for all accreditation agencies as they train their VETs.
This is a course is co-designed by several ICETE QA agencies as a tool to train visitation evaluation team members. It is suited to train those involved in accreditation visits of theological schools.
- An overview of accreditation procedures
- The purpose of accreditation visits
- Preparing for a visit
- Performing the visitation
- Visitation follow up
- Good practice tips
- Mistakes and challenges
- Regional guidelines
This course is co-authored by the following ICETE agencies: ABHE, ATA, ECTE and MENATE
This is a self-paced online course.
10 hours of learning
ICETE Academy points
You will need to complete the learning sections, produce a position paper and pass a quiz testing your basic knowledge and understanding of visitation evaluation procedures and criteria.
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