The Teaching, Learning and Employability Exchange offers a flexible approach to development for UAL colleagues. Get a qualification or professional recognition linked to your teaching, learning or research practice within arts higher education.
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For those new to teaching
Are you new to university teaching or learning support activity? Thinking Teaching is a 2 day introduction to teaching and learning in the arts.
Join us if you are new to higher education teaching or your role includes an aspect of teaching or learning support at UAL. The course is especially useful for new associate lecturers, PhD students, technicians, library services and academic support staff.
The PgCert explores the contemporary higher education context and will allow you to develop your teaching and learning practice within a supportive community. Continue to MA level to deepen your engagement and undertake a disciplinary practice-based or educational research project.
Join us to find space for reflection, collaborate with your peers and undertake practical projects to support your academic practice.
Are you looking for information on Professional Recognition? We strongly encourage all staff who teach or support learning to apply for HEA Fellowship to formally recognise their professional status.
Our Professional Recognition Programme provides you with structured guidance to prepare an application for Associate, Fellow or Senior Fellow of the HEA. Find out more about how to gain HEA Fellowship at UAL.
A 2 day introduction to teaching and learning in the arts, designed for UAL colleagues new to teaching or whose role includes an aspect of teaching or learning support.
The PgCert, accredited by AdvanceHE, is a key qualification that supports student learning. It is primarily aimed at staff who have a lecturing, teaching, or facilitating role with students in Higher Education.
Completed the PgCert Academic Practice? Join the MA Academic Practice community to build your professional, practitioner and research expertise in greater depth.