With the Covid-19 pandemic, there have been a multitude of changes to the ways we are working in the Higher Education sector. As we are unable to host our physical events or see each other on the road at a HE fair, school assembly or UCAS/UK Uni event, we have introduced our online webinars. These webinars will provide relevant sector updates for our members and opportunities for discussions in breakout room with colleagues across the sector. The heart of HELOA is our networking and sharing best practice and we want to offer as many opportunities to do so over the coming months.
HELOA’s final webinar of 2020 is taking place on Thursday 10th December 2020 between 2pm and 3.30pm.
The webinar will include a session from Wonkhe (which will also be recorded and shared with all members), breakout rooms to discuss the best and worst of 2020 and what we’re looking forward to in 2021 and updates from our Communications team. We hope this event will wrap us this year quite nicely and festive attire and snacks are always welcome and encouraged!
Due to the capacity of Zoom and to keep breakout rooms small for discussions, attendance at this webinar may be capped – please only book on if you can attend and want to engage with other HELOA members in the breakout rooms. As mentioned above, the session from Wonkhe will be recorded and sent to all members to access.
Registration is now open for this event using the Booking form
Our July 2020 webinars focused on Clearing 2020. You can see updates from our three speakers UCAS, Ofqual and The Student Room on our YouTube page .
Our April 2020 webinars focused on how Covid-19 had changed the Student Recruitment and Widening Participation landscape. Breakout room discussions covered; Virtual Delivery, Supporting Widening Participation, Offers and Applications and Remote Working. A summary of discussion can be found here.
Our October 2020 webinar, ‘A conversation with..’ brought together a panel of senior colleagues from institutions across the country to talk through lessons learned over the last six months, and what they think could be in store ahead.