The Committee considers how to address relevant issues raised by government agencies and bodies like the Engineering Council.
It also monitors the work of the Joint Board of Moderators, approving its recommendations to accredit engineering degree courses.
Members also work closely with the Board to determine strategic priorities: how, where and when to supply members with education resources, training and events.
The Committee also provides direction and oversight of the Academic Qualifications Panel.
Membership of the Education Committee is a way to share your knowledge, provide thought leadership, and help shape the future of engineering education.
It also makes a valuable contribution to your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
As a member you will meet four times a year to monitor the progress of related panels and working groups, and advise the Board on matters regarding education strategy.
You will have full access to all Education Committee meeting minutes and other related documents.
We invite expressions of interest in committee membership each September, contacting all members except Student Members.
Contact the committee if you have questions about their work.
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Annual Academics conference 2020 highlights: structural engineering education, VIPs for sustainable development and confident re-use.
Annual Academics Conference 2020 highlights: academic integrity in a post-COVID world and learning with digital assessment and feedback systems.
Annual Academics conference 2020 highlights: the NMITE approach to group-based digital learning and developing an infrastructure for remote group work.
Annual Academics conference 2020 highlights: a year of unfortunate events and learning from 'The Office'.
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Annual Academics Conference 2020 highlights: a curriculum for the climate emergency, embedding global responsibility and from practice to teaching and learning.
The 2020 prize-winning team present their response to the competition brief.