Teaching Excellence Framework: Raising Quality Standards
- 08:30 - 16:00
- Manchester Conference Centre
Sunil Maher has recently joined the University of Warwick and is responsible for coordinating the LEGACY Project – (Learning and Employability Gain Assessment Community). LEGACY will pilot and evaluate learning gain in higher education across England by researching core measurement dimensions across disciplines. The project will also measure learning gain for employability across three different areas. The project consortium consists of 18 Russell Group universities and will conclude in September 2018. The project has received funding support from HEFCE.
Prior to The University of Warwick, he worked at Coventry University where he managed, coordinated and delivered a range of EU funded projects with particular emphasis on transport, digital media, games-based learning and SME business support mechanisms. He has developed experience on research and training oriented projects and has successfully attained knowledge of EU funded programmes such as FP7, H2020, LLP, ERASMUS+ and ERDF. After graduating in Engineering from De Montfort University, Sunil started his career in the telecommunications industry where he was responsible for delivering global technical support plans at Marconi Services UK, supporting new technology implementation for telecoms providers.