Author: Karen Pontin

Twenty-first century quality?

05 December 2014
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Karen Pontin discusses why principles of Total Quality Management are still so relevant in teaching and learning

Change to the positive

29 September 2014
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How organisations can and should embrace and encourage challengers

Vigorous internal quality assurance

15 July 2014
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How can you make sure your IQA process is vigorous and secure?

Quality assurance: positive tension and integrity

25 June 2014
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How a positive tension structure holds together the elements of quality assurance in teaching and learning

Quality assurance issues in a centre

29 April 2014
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Qualification consultant Karen Pontin talks about the importance of internal quality assurance

Managing risk: professionalism and teaching qualifications

02 April 2014
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Qualification consultant Karen Pontin discusses the implications of removing the requirement for teaching qualifications

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