Academic Professional Development

Academic Professional Development

The Academic Professional Development Framework supports the development of outstanding learning, teaching and assessment practices through a range of enhancement activities which encourage scholarship and engagement with research in Higher Education.

The Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP)

A taught route offering a fresh and innovative approach to teaching and enhancing learning, with a chance to carry out a small piece of educational research.  Completion also gives full Fellowship (HEA).

The Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP)

The University Certificate in Academic Practice (UCAP)

An introduction to the basics of excellent teaching, learning and assessment providing the skills and confidence for academic practice. Completion also gives Associate Fellowship (HEA).

The University Certificate in Academic Practice (UCAP)

 

Recognising Academic Practice through HEA fellowships

The University is accredited to award Associate, Fellow and Senior fellowships of the HEA and provides support for staff wanting to prepare submissions for recognition and award.

My Accredited Pathway: Higher Education

Changes to Disabled Student Allowance

Government-funded support for disabled students is changing. Find out how small and simple changes to your teaching can help to make your teaching accessible for all

Tips for an inclusive learning and teaching environment

Peer Observation and Review (POR)

This allows staff to engage formally and informally in dialogue about all aspects of the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning.

Peer Observation and Review (POR)

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