- Katharine Bock (Deputy Clerk to the Governors)
- Professor Stephen Frosh (Pro-Vice-Master, Research)
- Professor Sue Jackson (Pro-Vice-Master, Learning & Teaching) (Chair)
- De Goodman (Institutional Audit Support Officer)
- Scott Miller (Assistant Academic Registrar, Operations and Projects)
- Dean Pateman (Academic Registrar)
- Trevor Pearce (Head of Academic Services)
- Dr Dick Rayne (Assistant Dean, Learning and Teaching, School of Science)
- Dr Martin Shipway (Assistant Dean, Learning and Teaching, School of Arts)
- Dr Linda Trenberth (Assistant Dean, Learning and Teaching, School of Business, Economics & Informatics)
- Alison Wood (Head of Quality Enhancement and Validation)
A wider consultation group was also established with members being consulted at appropriate points in the Audit preparations including a group of academic staff who took on the role of “critical friend”. One of the first tasks of the Steering Group was to produce the Institutional Briefing Paper which was submitted to the QAA at the end of March. This was circulated to key College post holders for comment and to the following committees for formal consideration and approval: College Teaching and Quality Enhancement Committee (TQEC); Academic Board Executive Committee; Academic Board; Governors.
The Students’ Union has been working on putting together a Student Written Submission for the Audit and a working group has been examining student surveys and ways of contacting students to pull together as wide-ranging a submission as possible.
A preliminary meeting was held in December 2009 between members of the Steering Group and Will Naylor (QAA Assistant Director). The purpose of this meeting was to discuss the scope of the Audit, preparation of the Institutional Briefing Paper, submission of documentary evidence, matters relating to the Information Digest produced by the QAA, and the basis for choosing audit trails.