Registry and Records Special Interest Group Welcome Event

Join the Registry and Records Special Interest Group for their first event!

Venue: Online

Date: Thursday, 15 August

Time: 12:00 – 13:00

Price: Free and exclusive to AHEP Members

About this event

This welcome event is hosted by AHEP’s Registry and Records Special Interest Group (SIG).

About the Registry and Records SIG

The Registry and Records SIG is a space for colleagues working in student records and registry roles to connect.

This SIG is an ideal platform for those in student records roles, covering everything from enrolment to graduation alongside wider registry roles including assessment and data quality.

Interested in becoming a member of this SIG? Find out more about this SIG and join now by completing the short form linked.

About the event

Join us for this welcome session where we introduce the Registry and Records Special Interest Group. Meet the co-ordinators and learn more about our plans for developing the SIG.  The session will be part presentation and part conversation with plenty of opportunity to give us your feedback, share your ideas and what you would like to get from being a member of the group.

We look forward to welcoming you to this event.

Details in brief

Venue: Online

Date: Thursday, 15 August

Duration: 12:00 – 13:00

Price: Free to AHEP Members

If you have any questions, please contact events@ahep.ac.uk

This event has been organised and will be hosted by the Registry and Records Special Interest Group. Interested in becoming a member of this SIG? Find out more about this SIG and join now by completing the short form linked.

Speakers

Louise Tomenson, Lead Coordinator, Registry and Records SIG

Student Records Manager, Registry

York St John University

My HE career began in 2006 with what was supposed to be a short term contract as Award Ceremonies Co-ordinator at University of Bradford, fast forward eighteen years and I’m still working in the sector. I have experience from a range of roles at University of Bradford, University of Leeds and York St John University and started my current role as Student Records Manager in the Registry team at York St John University in October 2023. My team is responsible for enrolment through to graduation and much more in between including change of circumstances, student finance reporting and award document production.

I completed the AUA PgCert in HE Administration Leadership and Management in 2022 and have since become a mentor for students on the programme.  I previously led a staff wellbeing project and am an advocate for the importance of wellbeing at work. For me, one of the best aspects of working in HE is the opportunity to network and share best practice and I’m excited to see how the SIG develops and look forward to getting to know more colleagues across the sector. 

Tim Francis (He/Him), Deputy Coordinator, Registry and Records SIG

Assistant Registrar (Assessment & Integrity)

Coventry University

Tim has worked in Higher Education for over 12 years, building his experience through a varied career ranging from event management, programme operations, collaborative partnerships and now working in Registry leadership at Coventry University overseeing Academic Assessment, Exams and Academic Integrity across the institution. Tim’s current team is responsible for the delivery of the university assessment and exams operations as well as overseeing the increasingly challenging field of Academic Integrity and its associated practices. 

Tim completed the AUA PgCert in HE Administration, Management and Leadership in December 2022 and is excited to be joining September 2024’s PgDip cohort to continue his education journey at Nottingham Business School. As an advocate and passionate supporter of Registry specific professional development activity, Tim believes that being a part of this SIG is an exciting opportunity to bring like minded professionals together with the shared goal of sharing, networking and developing alongside each other and is looking forward to meeting more colleagues as the SIG grows.