The work of the SIGs have oversight from a Programme Board made up of independent members and members from the TEC industry, chaired by TSA’s CEO, Alyson Scurfield, with an additional Quality and Impartiality Committee.
The key priorities will change over time, will respond directly to what is needed within the sector and will exist only for as long as they are needed, with the objective of producing specific outputs, this could be a piece of guidance or policy, a system or framework or tools.
These task and finish groups will require just a few hours per month.
Some SIGs may require two layers of participation those who will form part of the core team and a second layer to help critique guidance documents and reports.
A last word
The outcomes of the SIGs rely fundamentally on your participation and feedback – this is a dynamic forum that will adapt to the needs and latest issues that arise from the wider sector:
- We want to know: what are the challenges you are facing?
- What sector changes are needed to help meet your objectives?
And so, TSA is offering an open invitation for candidates to put themselves forward to participate and volunteer on the existing SIGs or offer to lead on new SIG categories.
This is Partnerships in Action.