Mission Statement: Promote and encourage outstanding management practice in the Higher Education sector by facilitating cross-disciplinary dialogue and the sharing of expert and professional knowledge


AMHEC prides itself on providing excellent networking and development opportunities through its annual Conference and Workshop.  Our conference is held around Easter with topics of current interest and speakers from sector organisations as well as experts and professionals from outside higher education.  Our workshop is held in September/October which is designed to be highly interactive with plenty of opportunity to discuss current issues and share practice with colleagues in the sector.

AMHEC 2018 Conference

Never before have Higher Education providers been under such scrutiny from so many. With the Prime Minister promising a major review of HE funding and finance, a parliamentary enquiry into value for money, the glare of the media on Vice-Chancellor pay, the continuing evolution of TEF and an increasing interest in metircs across the board, universities cannot help but feel under examination and that is before we see the introduction of the new Office for Students.

The 2018 AMHEC conference aims to explore some of these topics and help members consider how their institutions and they personally may need to respond to and manage these challenges. With speakers from within and external to the sector the 2018 conference is a must for your professional calendar.

Speakers confimred include

  • Gordon McKenzie,CEO, Guild HE
  • Seth Fleet, Lead Data Scientist, Analysis and Research, UCAS
  • Vicky Howlett, Senior Assurance Advisor, HEFCE/ Office for Students
  • Jame O Donohugue, National College of Teaching and Leadership
  • Eversheds Solicitors
  • Sam Johnson, Deputy Director of Education, Blackburn Diocesan Board of Education
  • Nic Streatfield, Head of Student Support, York St John University.

For more details see eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/amhec-conference-2018-higher-education-under-the-microscope-tickets-42525890082

If your institution is not yet a member of AMHEC you are still very welcome to join us and find out what AMEHC is all about,


pdf2018 Conference Schedule

AMHEC on tour - Newman University, 10th January

Registration for our AMHEC on tour day at Newman University on 10th January is now open. Please go to: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/amhec-on-tour-tickets-39948884188

AMHEC provides members with a network within which they can build strong and effective working relationships with colleagues at other institutions. We pride ourselves on facilitiating honest and open dialogue. If you are new to AMHEC this is a great chance to come along and find out more.



Annual Conference 2017

University of Chester, Thursday 27th and Friday 28th April 2017

Institutional performance and the student experience - time for revolution or evolution

In a year in which we have seen substantial change to our sector and national landscape, with the higher education White Paper, TEF, Higher Education & Research Bill and Brexit, to name just a few, how are we as institutions rising to the challenge of demonstrating our value and quality?  With student applications substantially down across the sector and the alignment of institutional performance to tuition fees, never has it been more important to demonstrate excellence and stand out from replica watches the crowd.  The 2017 AMHEC conference will explore the challenges faced by the sector and by our own individual institutions and will challenge delegates to reflect on their University and whether incremental change and improvement is sustainable or whether something more revolutionary is called for.

With speakers from within and outside the sector, the 2017 conference is a must for your professional calendar.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Gordon McKenzie, Chief Executive Officer, GuildHE
  • Stephanie Marshall, Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Academy
  • Emma Vincent, Head of Career and Professional Development, York St John University
  • Mark Sidding, Partner, Watson Batty Architects
  • Mike Beecroft, Director of IT Services, Liverpool Hope University
  • Sue Husband, Director of Apprenticeships & Delivery Service, Skills Funding Agency
  • Vicky Howlett, Senior Assurance Advisor, HEFCE
  • Greg Burke, Deputy Director, Performance & Analysis Division, NCTL
  • Marcus Thornley, Founder: Play Consulting & Totem


Dialogue Day - still time to book your place

A reminder to colleagues of our Dialogue Day in London on Wednesday, 12 October.  This year the Day provides a fantastic CPD moment in that Sonia Bate from Edit Development will join us to deliver on two areas of interest:


1. Navigating Matrix Management - exploring the various ways that you can leverage organisational politics to work for you and to enable you to gain exposure and sponsorship with stakeholders. We will gain a deeper understanding of the political landscape in your organisation, explore the unwritten rules for career success, discover ways of positive political play, and develop a personal strategy to manage the organisational politics.

2. Self-belief and confidence - exploring the various elements that influence our self-belief and confidence, offering practical ways to build personal resilience, helping you stay focused on your individual value and worth.  We will discover the power of personal resilience and agility whilst exploring the various elements of agility to enable individuals, teams and organisation to maintain optimal performance, and gain a deeper understanding of the impact perceived confidence has on our performance and career success

Sonia is the founder and Managing Director of EDIT Development (www.editdevelopment.com).  She is a sought-after speaker on inclusive leadership and brings over twenty years of commercial experience to the role.  At only £50 per delegate, this provides a high value opportunity for members to learn more about themselves, their organisations and others in our network.  As an AMHEC member this opportunity is open to all staff within your institution so please share this information more widely.

To book your place please contact Caroline Jackman, AMHEC Administrator:



Telephone: 01244-512901



pdfDialogue Day - PROGRAMME


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pdfDialogue Day - PROGRAMME

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2016 Dialogue Day - SAVE THE DATE

The 2016 Dialogue Day will take place on Wednesday 12th October 2016 at Woburn house, London.  Details will be released shortly.

AMHEC Events in the Diary

The next event in the AMHEC Diary will be the Dialogue Day taking place in London during October 2016.  Date and venue to be confirmed shortly.

The 2017 Conference has been confirmed as 27th & 28th April 2017 and will once again be held at the University of Chester.

AMHEC Annual Conference 2016

We are delighted to announce the Programme for the 2016 Conference taking place at the University of Chester on 7th & 8th April 2016. 

Bookings are now closed.

pdfProgramme 2016

2016 Annual AMHEC Conference

Put the date in your diary!

The Annual AMHEC Conference will take place at the University of Chester on Thursday and Friday 7th and 8th April 2016.

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