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A new vision for Executive
Education
Jacky Hinton and Sue Parr
The changing Executive Education
market
Organisational drivers
Strategic fit
Results focus
Time poor
audience
Demand for
qualification
pathways
Blended learning
“Just in time”
learning
Global audiences
Solutions
Leadership
Customised
solutions
Action learning
Market
The rise of
company
“universities”
Increased
competition
Designing flexible qualifications
• Qualifications that could be created quickly
• Qualifications that could be created without the promise of large
numbers of students
• More flexible ways of accrediting prior organisation based learning
• A way of incorporating short sessions of learning
• Pathways that provided the ‘right amount’ of flexibility
• Practice based assessment
Jacky Hinton and Sue Parr: 'A new vision for Executive Education’
Challenges
• Timescales
– University approvals
– Design
– Readiness and responsiveness of organisations
– Increasing organisations understanding of university processes to a
point
• Assessment
– Flexibility
– Action learning
Jacky Hinton and Sue Parr: 'A new vision for Executive Education’
Open box model
Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Professional Practice (……….)
Module 1 – Continuing professional
development in practice
150 hours of Company Learning
Academies and Programmes
Module 2 – Improving your practice
90 hours OU
content (TBC)
90 hours selfsought CPD or
further OU
content
150 hours
Readings around learning and
development issues
Assessment
70 hours – Reflective Log
30 Postgraduate credits – 6 months
30 Postgraduate credits – 6 months
60 credits
Open degree
OR
Potential 60
credits named UG
degree
OR
30 credits
MBA elective
50 hours - Assessment
OR
Potential
60 credits
Masters
Jacky Hinton and Sue Parr: 'A new vision for Executive Education’
Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Professional Practice (Employment Law Advice)
BYA834
UYA810
15 hours additional
employment law CPD
150 hours from ACAS
induction and
consolidation
Readings, CPD concept
map, Assessment
Theme – Impact on
practice
30 credits – 6 months
GBYB012
The English legal system
15 hours additional
employment law CPD
GBYB013
Contractual issues
15 hours additional
employment law CPD
GBYB014
Termination of the
employment relationship
15 hours additional
employment law CPD
GBYB015
Discrimination
15 hours additional
employment law CPD
GBYB016
Collective agreements and
consultation
15 hours additional
employment law CPD
GBYB017
Topical areas for the
employment law advisor
30 credits – 6 months
Reflective log based
on additional
employment law
CPD
Assessment
Theme – Improving
your practice
Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced
Professional Practice
(IT Service Management)
This is completed prior to sign-up for
UYL810 and is an entry requirement
150 hours
Readings and Assessment around
learning and development
150 hours
30 credits – 6 months
Managing
Projects and
Change Unit
(BG001)
Managing
Operations
Unit (BG002)
90 hours
Readings and Assessment around taking new
knowledge back into practice
50 hours
IT Service Management CPD
(At least 100 hours ITIL Intermediate
Lifecycle or Capability route)
Reflective log
70 hours
BYL834 – Improving your Practice
(Module 2)
Additional IT Service Management related CPD
90 hours
(up to 15 hours can be from other
defined sources)
UYL810 – Continuing Professional Development
in Practice (Module 1)
30 credits – 6 months
Jacky Hinton and Sue Parr: 'A new vision for Executive Education’
Moving forwards
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Tweaking the model
Researching organisational outcomes
Marketing a ‘half-empty box’
Working with other organisations to deliver new versions
Jacky Hinton and Sue Parr: 'A new vision for Executive Education’
[email protected]
[email protected]
Executive Education
The Open University Business School
The Open University
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes
MK7 6AA
www.open.ac.uk/business-school

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