This year one presentation not to be missed is by Rachel Heyes from Nottingham Trent University (an InPlace partner) who have deployed InPlace enterprise wide.
Here is the abstract:
Support effective stakeholder collaboration to deliver successful placement experiences using a single placement management software solution – is it worth it?/the highs and lows?
– Rachel Heyes, University Placement Manager, Employability and Enterprise, Nottingham Trent University
“To share in one university’s journey and highlight the challenges and benefits of supporting collaboration of all placement stakeholders via a single placement software solution.
Nottingham Trent University successfully deployed a single placement management system across the whole university and are now starting to realise significant benefits for the stakeholders involved in the delivery of successful placements.
However, just 2 years ago, placement administration sat disjointedly within each of the nine University Schools, each using different business processes and IT systems. Finding and implementing a solution to meet the diverse and changing requirements of the whole university and all stakeholders has not been without a few challenges. However InPlace, the universities placement solution, is now delivering key benefits such as more effective business relationship management; accurate management reporting, data integrity and transparency, a single portal and branding for students and staff plus enabled new processes and approaches previously not thought possible.”
- Presentation – 20 mins
- Open Discussion – 25 mins
- Day 2 – Wednesday 9th September – 11:30 -12:30
Don’t miss it! For more information: ASET Annual Conference 2015