The implementation of this AUDIT quality management system is one of the requirements of the Bologna Plan for the European university convergence. The Blanquerna Health Science faculty of the Ramon Llull University has opted to develop their quality management system on the AuraPortal BPM Platform, achieving all the advantages of data and process management, data collection for process improvement, collaboration and a reduction in bureaucracy.
The Blanquerna Faculty of Health Sciences has always shown a concern for the quality of its studies and projects, as well as the students’ perception of them. With this in mind, the management team launched a project of continuous quality improvement, involving the people with the highest level of responsibility in the institution in an assessment conforming to the EFQM Model. This assessment generated an improvement plan, which was launched at the same time that the need arose from the university administration to implement the AUDIT project.
The solution was to implement the AUDIT quality management system in the most efficient way possible, and for the lowest possible cost. The project was awarded to AUREN Consultants, a multidisciplinary firm specializing in Information Technology and System Normalization.
Consolidation of a Quality-culture based on known and publicly accessible policy and quality objectives, and also on what the SGIQ curriculum dictates.
The students enter the AuraPortal platform using the center’s intranet.
Time saving for the teachers when creating documentation and records.
This platform eliminates the paper from the processes and procedures linked to the AUDIT system.
“This tool guarantees full confidentiality when collecting and processing data (something that has always been a worry to the faculty management) both for complying with the Data Protection Act and for the trust of the students and teachers in the system.”
“In the first phase of the project it was suggested that the ICT department of the Faculty develop a tool; some of the previously implemented applications have been developed internally by the team, mostly with notable success."
The Blanquerna Faculty of Health Sciences is a teaching-learning community made up of 2,000 students, 205 teachers, 20 administrative staff and 200 companies and institutions which provide with support.
Teaching-learning community made up of 2,000 students.
Just in this campus.
200 companies and institutions provide support.