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Introduction to DLHE - webinar
Wed 30 November 2016, 13:00 – 14:00 GMT
Recording of the Introduction to DLHE - webinar run on the 30th November 2016 by Simon Mantell.
Here's the description of the original webinar:
Introduction to DLHE - Understanding the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey and how its data is used
A comprehensive one hour webinar that will equip you with valuable understanding of how the Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education survey is conducted and the data is used. By the end of the course you should be comfortable in explaining how the Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) Survey data is collected, which parts of the data are presented to the public and how that impacts on institutional behaviour.
This course is for: careers professionals, careers service employees, policy managers, data managers and Leaders within both Higher Education and Further Education institutions that offer Higher Education qualifications.
The Careers Group collects Higher Education course student destinations data for many Higher Education / Further Education Institutions in the UK. Our graduate research team provides analysis of this data to many institutions. This expertise will be shared with you in this webinar.
In this course we will cover:
• What is the DLHE survey, and why it is important to institutions that provide Higher Education qualifications.
• Which of the students are surveyed.
• How the survey is run.
• When the main and longitudinal surveys are run and when data from them becomes available.
• How key metrics such as Unemployment and Graduate Level Work are derived.
• How the data is presented to the public in KIS, League Tables and Unistats
• Responses to common questions about DLHE data.
• Limitations of using DLHE data to understand student employability.
• Meanings of important terms such as SOC and EPI.
Learning will be reinforced by practical exercises using the material discussed in the webinar.
Benefits / Learning outcomes
• Understand how the survey is run, what data comes out of it and how it is expressed.
• Be able to explain DLHE data with confidence to other careers professionals, institutional leaders and academics.
• Know some situations when the value of the data is limited.
• Know how to sense check data.
• Gain some ideas of how to use the data to influence institutional stakeholders.
Careers Consultant at The Careers Group
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