Wells Advisory was engaged to undertake a review of the School’s current teaching allocation model, based on qualitative and quantitative research. This included an assessment of the structure of the teaching model and an analysis of the current allocations and expectations of staff, benchmarked against a limited number of other models. The assessment of the model was coupled with interviews with staff to determine whether other factors such as structure, management and implementation impact the model.
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Wells Advisory is proud to announce three new senior roles in our Australian and UK offices.
- Ms Sarah Griggs, a Principal with the firm since 2016, has also been appointed Practice Lead, Strategy and Performance;
- Dr Paula Kelly, a Senior Consultant with the firm since 2016 has been appointed Principal and Practice Lead, Regulation and Quality; and
- Mr Leo Falcone has been appointed Principal, Global Operations, based in the UK, from where he will lead the development of our Global Operations platform.
In making the announcement, Michael Wells said “I’m delighted to announce these appointments today. They represent the growth of our firm and demand for our expert services internationally. These three appointments reinforce the senior expertise we offer our clients in the complex evolving HE sector.”
Please join us in congratulating Sarah, Paula and Leo on their appointments.
We are really excited to share that Alison Allden, OBE, is joining Wells Advisory HE in the UK. Alison has a wealth of leadership and governance experience in higher education, until recently heading the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA, UK) as Chief Executive and in previous senior roles with both Bristol and Warwick Universities. Her strategic leadership has driven successful innovations in many facets of the sector. Alison advises on governance, strategy including digital and information strategy, and is an expert in HE metrics to inform evidence-based decision-making. We very much look forward to working with Alison.
Wells Advisory welcomes our colleagues in England and the beginning of a new chapter in our operations.
Our expansion into the UK market is timely in light of England’s new regulatory approach to higher education. The shift from quality assurance to risk-based regulation follows a model Australia adopted in 2012. As our Australian team can attest, the ensuing demands on the higher education regulator and providers are sizeable.
The second report of the series synthesises information from key datasets to provide market analysis by discipline areas, indicative course prices, as well as load and revenue forecasts to 2023.
Wells Advisory congratulates our eminent colleague, Emeritus Professor Peter Lee FTSE on his appointment to the Expert Regional Education Advisory Group, part of the Morrison Government’s $134.8 million additional investment in higher education and set up as a result of the Morrison Government’s National Regional, Rural and Remote Higher Education Strategy. The Advisory Group have been tasked with building on and furthering the work of the Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education with the end result being a recommendation of a coherent suite of policy responses to deliver improved higher education outcomes to students in regional, rural and remote Australia.
Wells Advisory has launched the first in a series of reports which bring together a diverse range of information about the Australian higher education sector. “Private Higher Education in Australia” provides a range of valuable insights about a segment of the sector that is growing rapidly but has previously been under-analysed” said Michael Wells, Director and Founder of Wells Advisory.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) commissioned Wells Advisory to conduct an evaluation of its support for Indigenous research and Indigenous researchers. The ARC has released its response today to the recommendations of the report.