equis2013You are cordially invited to join our EQUIS XXL Accreditation Seminar and gain first-hand insights on how to manage an EQUIS accreditation project successfully!

EFMD is offering this 2-day EQUIS XXL Accreditation Seminar on 18-19 February 2015 at the EFMD office in Brussels, Belgium.

The Seminar follows a new format that has been specially designed to provide in-depth guidance on how to successfully complete the different steps of the EQUIS accreditation process. A similar format has already been offered twice to the EPAS community with great success.

Participants will gain detailed understanding of how to compile a Datasheet and Self-Assessment Report, how to organise an effective Peer Review Visit and how to manage the post-accreditation phase including the write-up of progress reports. The objective of the Seminar is to move distinctly beyond the EQUIS documents and to let participants gain in-depth knowledge on the Dos and Don’ts of managing an EQUIS accreditation project.

The Seminar is targeted at institutions already awarded eligibility or accreditation as well as institutions currently preparing their application for eligibility. It is relevant for Accreditation Officers (EQUIS Project Leaders), Deans and Associate Deans in charge of accreditations.

Participants must already possess a good working knowledge of the EQUIS system, which requires at the very minimum, a careful study of the EQUIS documents (Standards & Criteria, Process Manual, Process Manual Annexes) before the start of the Seminar.

School representatives looking for an introductory overview of the EQUIS system are explicitly discouraged from registering for this Seminar.

Please note that the number of places is limited, so please register today to secure your attendance. You can view the complete programme here. Or please do contact Marielle VAN RENTERGHEM with other questions. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Brussels. The EQUIS Team.TCPDF error: Not a JPEG file: https://www.efmd.org/images/stories/efmd/Blog/equis2013.jpg