Information for staff interested in SLICCs
The SLICCs framework is highly flexible and can recognise:
- Diverse types of experience including work experience, volunteering, independent research and study, group work, outreach activities, applying theory to professional practice, and more.
- All levels of study from pre-honours to PhD-level courses, covering SCQF Levels 7 to 12.
Follow the links below for more information.
Get hands-on and learn about SLICCs
One of the best ways to learn about SLICCs as a staff member is to get hands-on experience as a SLICC tutor.
Setting up your own SLICC
Overview of the resources and support available to set-up and run a SLICC
Publications and talks on SLICCs
Overview of some of the publications and talks about SLICCs.
Examples of courses using the SLICC framework
Details and links to a range of courses that use the SLICC framework