Load Planning Open-AAIR Discussion #2

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Hosted by AAIR, convened by:

  • Andrew Bradshaw, Manager Statutory Reporting at Macquarie University
  • Eva Seidel, Manager of Load Planning and Data Science at Flinders University.

Load Planning Open-AAIR Discussion

AAIR SIG Conversation Series

This AAIR conversation will be an interactive session for AAIR members and their colleagues who are interested in engaging in an open-AAIR discussion on how to approach load planning in times of the COVID19 pandemic. This is the second in our series of open-AAIR discussions around load planning. Andrew Bradshaw and Eva Seidel will co-facilitate these sessions. This next session will be held on Tuesday 26 May from 11am to 12.30pm AEST.

If you and/or your load planning colleagues are interested in participating in an open-AAIR discussion on load planning, please register your interest in the session on Eventbrite and we will send you a link to participate in the session.

Here are some of the topics we hope to cover during our discussion:

  • What's happening in the Department of Education (DESE)?
  • What are the new funding agreement formats?
  • What are the changes in the load planning process due to COVID-19?
  • How are you adjusting your 2020 projections against budget?
  • What are the load projection assumptions for 2020 and beyond?
  • How are you dealing with changing census dates in load projections?
  • What are the short courses and load planning implications?


We look forward to e-meeting you in this SIG conversation during COVID!

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To advance insitutional effectiveness in tertiary education

AAIR is the professional association for institutional research practitioners in the tertiary education space in Australasia, and aims to raise the level of professional competence and practice in the fields of institutional research, planning and analysis.

'Institutional research' is viewed as a range of activities involving the collection, analysis and interpretation of information descriptive of an institution and its activities, including its students and staff, programs, management and operations, which in turn assists institutional leaders by informing their planning, decision making and policy formulation with the management of tertiary education, which leads to the improved understanding, planning and operation of these institutions.

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