Aspiring Academic Registrars

Hilton London Euston

Friday 1 November 2019

09:15 to 16:00

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Friday, 1 November 2019 | Hilton Euston Hotel, London
Member: £350+VAT | Non member: £425+VAT

Registration: 9:15 | Event: 9:45 to 16:00

The details

This one day workshop is an opportunity to gain insights into the role of Academic Registrar from those in the role, and an opportunity to explore  some current key challenges and expectations.

You will learn more about how to manage experts and specialists outside your own knowledge base; about the day to day realities of the role, and gain insight into the key relationships within complex organisations.

An external recruitment consultant will share hints and tips on the most successful approaches to secure this type of role.

Who is it for?

This event is relevant to Assistant/Deputy Academic Registrars who may be looking to progress in the next two years, or Heads of Service and senior administrators considering moving into an Academic Registrar role in the future.

You will find it relevant if you work in either a central or Faculty/School HE role.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the session, you will have an understanding of :

  • the role of Academic Registrar
  • how to manage experts when you’re not an expert
  • how to manage key relationships in complex organisations
  • what recruitment consultants and senior management teams are looking for

Please note that all event bookings are subject to the AUA Event terms and conditions: https://aua.ac.uk/event-terms-conditions/

What professional behaviours will I develop?

  

Testimonials

However busy your diary, take a day out for yourself and attend this event!

Deputy Director of Student and Academic Services and Head of Academic Services

This was honestly the most useful and relevant training I have ever been on. A perfect combination of reassurance, insight and inspiration, delivered with candour and humour throughout.

Head of Quality

I found the event really helpful in evaluating what my next step needs to be, and having the time to consider where I need to develop my skillset and knowledge.

Head of Quality Assurance and Enhancement