Regional Coordinators

Regional Coordinators
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ADSHE’s Regional Group network provides a local facility for CPD, networking, support, and Professional Peer Supervision® (PPS®).

Your contact on the ADSHE Executive Committee is Mark Worrall – he is the Regional Officer who oversees all of the regions. If you have any queries, check the FAQ section of the website in the first instance. If your answer is not here, please email markworrall@adshe.org.uk

ADSHE Quality Assurance is fast becoming the industry standard for specialist 1:1 support in HE, and the Regional Group networks are invaluable for this.

  • membership is open to all members of ADSHE
  • members may attend any convenient meeting
  • Please note: non-members are not eligible to attend regional group meetings

ADSHE is built by members, for members – contributing to the regions is your chance to be a part of that. They can only get stronger with your support and there are a number of ways you can contribute: putting together some CPD, providing a room to host, or suggesting presenters.

Please contact the coordinators in your region – they’ll be more than happy to hear from you! You could also become a Regional Coordinator yourself – please contact the Regional Officer for more information, including the package of benefits (contact details above).

Regional groups

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the London and South East area.

The Regional Coordinators are:

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the South East area.

There are currently 2 vacancies for Regional Coordinators in this region.

If you are interested in becoming a coordinator, please contact the Regional Officer, who will be able to give more information about the role, including the package of benefits available.

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the Midlands area.

The Regional Coordinators are:

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the North-East area.

The Regional Coordinators are:

  • Diana Higgins– disdhi@leeds.ac.uk
  • Vacancy – we currently have a vacancy for a regional coordinator in this area. If you are interested, please contact the Regional Officer, who will be able to give more information about the role, including the package of benefits available.

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the North Wales and North-West area.

The Regional Coordinators are:

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the Thames Valley and Southern area.

The Regional Coordinators are:

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the South Wales, Hereford and Shropshire areas.

The Regional Coordinators are:

  • Clare Rees – clare.rees@uwtsd.ac.uk
  • Mark Worrall – markworrall@adshe.org.uk

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the South-West area.

The Regional Coordinators are:

  • James Lock – jl315@bath.ac.uk
  • Vacancy – we currently have a vacancy for a regional coordinator in this area. If you are interested, please contact the Regional Officer , who will be able to give more information about the role, including the package of benefits available.

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the Scottish area.

There are currently 2 vacancies for Regional Coordinators in this region.

If you are interested in becoming a coordinator, please contact the Regional Officer, who will be able to give more information about the role, including the package of benefits available.

This forum is for those in or wishing to attend regional groups in the East area.

There are currently 2 vacancies for Regional Coordinators in this region.

If you are interested in becoming a coordinator, please contact the Regional Officer, who will be able to give more information about the role, including the package of benefits available.

If you have any queries regarding the regional meetings, your answer might be in the FAQ section of the website. If not, please do get in touch with the Regional Coordinators.

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