This enables us to ensure that we comply with the goals and requirements described in SDU’s quality policy, and that we can identify whether there is a need for the work to be developed. Follow-up takes the form of a number of activities that can be divided into two categories:
All those involved in the quality organisation participate in both types of activity.
Ongoing follow-up of the work involved with quality in education
The work with quality in education is continuously followed up while, for example, the Study Board focuses on specific areas in the work with quality in education. For each programme, a plan has been prepared that describes the year's work for quality in education. In addition, under the auspices of, for example, the Education Council, there is ongoing focus on relevant areas.
Overall, the ongoing follow-up of work involved with quality in education can be divided into three groups:
SDU's Programme Report
SDU’s Programme Report is published every second year. The Programme Report is SDU's primary tool for following up the work with quality in education in and around the programmes.
All management levels at SDU participate in preparation of the Programme Report, which takes stock of the work involved with quality in education over the last two years and describes the action plan for the next two years.