Strengthening Programme for Improvement Plan Projects
Quality teams and teachers with implications in the implementation of improvement plans
Virtual modality with synchronous activities and technical assistance and advisory
Digital certificate for each of the programs and final certification by passing all the evaluative activities with digital credential
The Program for Strengthening Improvement Plan Projects is based on training and technical advice for the transfer of knowledge, in order to ensure that competencies and skills are installed in the organizations to strengthen the continuity of the transformation processes.
The program takes place at the IESALC Campus and consists of an itinerary of activities that combine synchrony and asynchrony activities through master classes with experts and technical assistance sessions to resolve doubts, as well as collaborative work sessions with specialized mentors. It also includes technical advice in which an expert mentor supports the university team in the design and reformulation of its improvement plan.
It is composed of two axes of knowledge (Agility and Quality) and Virtual tours are made to other HEIs to strengthen experiential learning through the exchange of good practices and thus consolidate social learning, while strengthening institutional ties and thus strategic alliances and areas of collaboration.
Finally, an Intelligent Route is offered, consisting of specific seminars aligned with the institution’s Improvement Plan.
The modules to be addressed are those corresponding to the Agility Program and the Quality Program:
In addition, the program has an Intelligent Route consisting of seminars covering different topics adapted to the specific needs of the Improvement Plan Projects.
Finally, with the objective of learning first hand and in an immersive way, solutions implemented in other institutions, a series of Virtual Tours to different areas are carried out in order to share best practices implemented and thus consolidate social learning, while strengthening institutional ties and strategic alliances and areas of collaboration.
Structure of the program