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Graduate Outcomes Survey Results record training

Online short courses

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Introduction to the Graduate Outcomes Survey Results record (C18072)

This CPD-accredited course provides an introduction to the Graduate Outcomes Survey Results record (C18072), and is ideal for colleagues who are new to the Graduate Outcomes reporting. During the course we will explore the history of the record, we will take a look at the survey requirements and the coverage. Having explored the data specification we will then review key data items and the surrounding definitions; before finishing with an explanation of how to use HESA's systems to access the data.

Learning objectives:

  • Recognise the Graduate Outcomes survey requirements
  • Identify which leavers are in the survey population
  • Define the cohorts within the survey
  • Describe the data model and key data items
  • Access data via HESA systems

Upon successful completion you will receive a CPD certificate for your records. For us to be able to issue you with a certificate please ensure the name you log in with, and that which is connected to your e-learning account, is your full name.

This CPD activity equates to 3.5 CPD hours.

This course was updated on 24 July 2020 (coding manual version 1.3)

Please note: In order to complete the course, you will need access to audio on your viewing device.

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