The Skills, Enhancement, Access and Learning (SEAL) Committee is committed to enhancing the student learning experience in Scotland’s colleges and universities.
The Committee has a role to advise SFC on matters relating to skills, access and quality. This includes the development and strengthening of the student and employer experience of the tertiary education system, with broad areas of advice including but not limited to:
The student lived experience including learning and teaching and quality and how learners access, complete, and progress through and from tertiary education. This should include understanding of the range of learners – and how their experiences are being protected and enhanced – within our tertiary education system.
Maximising the tertiary sector’s impact on the economy, including the coherence of SFC funded provision, the development of strategic and impactful partnerships with employers across the education and skills system, and work to address employers’ and learners’ needs.
Providing advice on the future development of the tertiary education system by understanding and being alerted to changing student expectations and needs and future societal and economic issues. This should include learning from policy and system development elsewhere in the UK and globally.
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