The corporate strategy approach to articulation and credit transfer

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Paez, D., Byrnes, J., Blacker, J., Jackson, A. and Dwyer, C.. 2011. The corporate strategy approach to articulation and credit transfer. Canberra, Australia. Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
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The corporate strategy approach to articulation and credit transfer

Report TypeOther
Research Report CategoryPublic sector
AuthorsPaez, D. (Author), Byrnes, J. (Author), Blacker, J. (Author), Jackson, A. (Author) and Dwyer, C. (Author)
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Number of Pages30
SeriesIntegrated Articulation and Credit Transfer (IACT) Project
Year2011
PublisherDepartment of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia
Web Address (URL)http://www.3Darticulation.com.au
Abstract

A guide to managing and coordinating educational institution articulation for strategic benefit.
This approach encompasses a key facilitator at senior management level in both vocational and higher education to negotiate articulation and credit transfer arrangements. The approach embeds articulation and credit transfer in the strategic direction and 'business model' of the institution and is more effective and efficient for all stakeholders.

Corporate Strategy utilises tools such as Memoranda of Understanding which outline a governance structure; typically joint committees or advisory groups, to support curriculum mapping and course design.

The resource is of specific interest to education and training executives and government bodies.

Keywordsarticulation; education; vocational; higher education; pathways; credit transfer; strategy; corporate administration systems
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390303. Higher education
390308. Technical, further and workplace education
390403. Educational administration, management and leadership
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© 2011 Department of Education, Employment and Workplace
Relations.

Byline AffiliationsPro Vice-Chancellor's Office (Partnerships)
Department of Education, Training and the Arts, Queensland
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