The Internal Quality Audit (IQA) of Universitas Brawijaya does not stop after the audit itself. After the audit, there is an activity to disseminate the results of IQA, corrective action request (CAR) by Rector to the auditees and ends with verification of follow-up for CAR.
After the implementation of the internal audit by desk evaluation in the fourth quarter of 2021, the results of AIM can be compiled and become recommendations for leaders of universities, faculties, departments and study programs.
After receiving direction from the leaders of universities, the Quality Assurance Institute disseminate the results of the 2021 IQA to the Management Representatives on Thursday, February 17, 2022 at 13:00.
The online dissemination was attended by the Vice Dean of Academic Affairs, Vice Director for Academic Affairs, Head of the Quality Assurance Unit, Head of Department, and Head of Study Program. This activity aims to convey aspects that need to be improved by the unit in order to improve quality and achieve the predicate of excellent accreditation.
The activity was started by direction from Prof. Dr. drh. Aulanni’am (Vice Rector of Academic Affairs) regarding the importance of IQA as internal quality control in all units in UB. Followed by Dr. Shinta Hadiyantina (Head of Quality Assurance Institute) about the structure and function of Quality Assurance Institute in UB which is a new institution from its initial form by Quality Assurance Center (QAC). Along with the change of UB’s status to become a Legal Entity State University (PTNBH), Quality Assurance Institute is a unit under the Rector who has the task of implementing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating academic quality assurance activities. In the second briefing, Quality Assurance Institute business processes were explained, plans for using the Information System of Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS) and the 2022 AIM mechanism focused on faculties and supporting units.
Then enter the main event, the dissemination of the results of the IQA 2021 by Eko Setiawan, Ph.D. (Head of AIM Center, LPM). In his presentation, he conveyed the level of timeliness of the auditee in completing the Performance Evaluation Report, the average ability of the auditee to follow up on old findings, and the average ability of the auditee to meet the requirements of management review. In particular, the AIM results of each auditee have been prepared in a shared google drive that can be accessed by the unit leaders.
The next material according to AIM’s series of activities is the Corrective Action Request (CAR) Mechanism submitted by Aida Sartimbul, Ph.D, (Deputy of Organizational Accreditation). There are work instruction that can be used by auditees in following up on IQA’s 2021 findings.
The event continued with a question and answer session and was closed by Head of Quality Assurance Institute.