Scottish Funding Council Outcome Agreement

Equality remains an essential condition in outcome agreements and the CFS has further improved its approach to equality by stressing that this should be demonstrated as a “cross-cutting theme” in the agreements. SFC requires higher education institutions to be able to demonstrate compliance with equality obligations in their 2017 -20 outcome agreements, through: to complement the CFS guidelines for the 2017-20 outcome agreements, Advance ET has prepared briefings for each sector to help institutions meet these expanded equality requirements. Outcome agreements define what universities and universities want to do in exchange for their funding. SFC Outcome Agreement Manager works with institutions to develop their results agreements. How to integrate equality into outcome agreements: Toolkit for Colleges 2017-20 All colleges, universities and the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) have a legal obligation to incorporate equality into all their work in the public sector under the Equality Act 2010. Implementing the results published by institutions on gender equality by April 2017 is an important tool to enable CFS institutions and SFC to demonstrate that they are fulfilling missions in addition to CFS strategic objectives and ensuring that equality is coordinated and integrated into core plans and activities. With respect to the General Funding and Capital Financing sections in Schedule A of the CFS grant letter. Closed funding of controlled subjects, excluded in other internal reports, has been integrated. The outcome agreement with the Scottish Funding Council sets out the university`s obligations against the university`s national priorities. The outcome agreement is required by law to obtain public funds from the Scottish Funding Council (SFC). Crichton Campus Consolidated Outcome Agreement 2019-20Date: 12/08/2019 The Equal Opportunity Action Plan sets out the measures the university will take to eliminate gender imbalance in certain disciplines and bridge the gap between male and female participation in undergraduate studies. . Priority Axis 2 – Quality learning and teaching: a remarkable, accessible and diverse learning system in which students, with the ability to move forward with ideas and the ambition to make a difference, succeed priority 4 – Greater innovation in the economy: a national culture of enterprise and innovation that leads to a more productive and sustainable economy.

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