Middlesex contact: Professor Darryll Bravenboer, Governing Council member
SEEC is a highly respected authority in the existing and developing field of Credit Accumulation and Transfer at higher education levels with the purpose to create learning opportunities through the use of academic credit. SEEC serves as a reference point on credit-based learning, structures and processes in the UK and internationally in this developing field. Formed in 1985, SEEC is a collaborative network of universities and HE providers working together to advance the use and practice of academic credit, widening access to learning.
The Work and Learning Research Centre has contributed to the development of the influential SEEC Credit Level Descriptors referencing higher-level learning in work-based learning and accreditation contexts.