The integration and promotion of training courses in universities across Europe, IMOTION, is an online platform with centralised information on staff training sessions organised in Europe. The platform will help higher education institutions promote training sessions for staff, it will help those who organize employment discussions to find suitable staff and will also allow staff to find the appropriate training or shade they are looking for. According to the Association of University and College Employees (UCEA), the 2018 median gave full-time university staff an annual salary of $51,043 (EUR 57,291.81). The salary premium for higher education teachers compared to other teaching professions has increased over the past decade, with secondary teachers earning 75% of their median income, up from 89% in 2002. In May 2018, Writtle University College informed the Student Office of non-compliance with the provisions of its access agreements for the period 2012-13 to 2017-18. OFFA was concluded at the end of March 2018, but many of these agreements remain in force and the Office for Students is now responsible for them. Higher education providers wishing to collect more than a certain level of tuition fees had to have “access agreements” approved by the OFFA indicating how the provider intended to maintain or improve student access, success and progression among people from disadvantaged and under-represented groups. OFFA oversaw the implementation of these agreements and took action in the event of a breach of agreements. For other students, you are informed of the documents you need to read in your letter of offer or during the application process. By accepting your offer, you confirm your consent to these documents. Each year, UCEA establishes an investigation into the labour forces in higher education.
The 2018 survey showed that the level of employment in higher education has grown relatively well over the past decade relative to the economy as a whole. The European Commission has published a guide for universities (2.74 MB) on the inclusion of higher education students and university staff with physical, mental or health conditions in the Erasmus programme. The guide contains information on promotion, selection of students and staff, as well as follow-up and assistance. It will be useful for all those who participate in the promotion and extension of participation in the key Erasmus Mobility 103 and 107 actions. The recommendations were developed by a group of erasmus national agencies, representatives of higher education institutions, practitioners, stakeholders and Erasmus participants. Higher education teachers can apply for professional recognition at the Higher Education Academy (HEA), part of Advance HE, an industry agency that promotes learning and teaching in higher education.