20121203 draft bce presentation

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  • Business and Community Engagement includes k nowledge transfer/exchange, Employer Engagement, Public Engagement, Lifelong Learning
  • Why? Need to Engage3 - the Engagement Imperative UK research – innovation gap Impact of UK research and education Translation across disciplines & boundaries Client/partner-focus Service driven, problem-solving ......Requires a demanding skill set Opportunities for sector and for UK PLC
  • 27 different organisations have been involved in developing the Framework ……. . Practitioners, institutions, professional bodies, funders and policy makers across the BCE sector
  • 20121203 draft bce presentation

    1. 1. Professional Development for BCE staff A site with:- a Framework of 16 Processes a Resources Catalogue and a diagnostic tool www.netskills.ac.uk/bcecpd2
    2. 2. What do we mean by Business and Community Engagement? Strategic management of relationships with partners & clients & the associated services Institutional strategic areas ServicesKnowledge exchange/transfer CPD, Workforce Development,Employer engagement Consultancy, CollaborativePublic/community research, Public lectures,engagement events & festivals, InnovationsLifelong learning Licensing, Community-based learning, new businesses Benefits Highly multi-skilled, versatile workforce Innovative, sustainable business economy Cohesive, inclusive society Efficient, dynamic, sustainable organisations 2
    3. 3. Covering engagement with • Employers • Businesses • Regions • Public Sector• Communities • General Public • Individual learners 3
    4. 4. WHY?The Changing Landscape•Tough economic climate•Comprehensive Spending Review•Massive re-organisations•Redundancies /job insecurity•Increasing demands•Need to be more professional 4
    5. 5. The Framework can be used for:• Recruitment• Annual Reviews• Practitioner professional development• Strategic planning• Helping others understand BCE roles• Improving recognition of BCE 5
    6. 6. ResourcesCourses, consultancy, e-learning, journals, books communities…….. Professional AttributesAggregated common attributes needed to perform a Process Knowledge Skills Behaviours For a Process For a Process For a Process The Processes of BCE The steps which need to be taken to achieve BCE objectives The Landscape of BCE Areas of BCE contribution; project examples; partnership types The Purpose Aims and Drivers of BCE What inspires and underpins BCE – what are its directions

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