This week is the last we will be spending in Egmont House – the end of an era. Several rather large crates have appeared in the office, ready to transport our resources (and all important coffee stash) over to our new home in Tavistock Square.
Our NNCO evaluation has been completed and submitted to our external evaluators – London Metropolitan University and Sheffield Hallam University. Emily, our NNCO officer, has been planning events for the autumn term alongside our Deputy Director Andrew, including more of the popular subject specific events. An end of project NNCO event will be held this December to celebrate its success.
I have been sending out multitudes of invitations to our partners and colleagues for the upcoming 10 year Linking London anniversary at Senate House! The RSVPs are rolling in, and the event is now only 2 months away (September 15th).
I have also been getting to grips with our EMSI Labour Market Information ‘Analyst’ tool. Our board requested a list of sample questions to illustrate how the data can be utilised, which I hope to have ready for partners shortly. In future we hope partners will pose questions for us to answer through the use of this detailed software.
Andrew has been continuing work on his Nursing, Midwifery& Allied Health Professions guide, and would like to thank Greenwich and Middlesex universities for their supporting comments for the publication.
HECAIL continues to be populated by us all, and we hope to publish a plethora of new content on the site shortly, included pieces on MOOCS, LMI, HE in FE, and Sandwich Degrees.
On a final note we are all incredibly jealous of our Director Sue this week, who has sent us these pictures of her Ireland holiday.
That’s it for this week; the next blog post will be from our new Tavistock Square offices.