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HEA Professional Recognition Workshop 05: Peer and Mentor Feedback (UAL Staff)

Event date
27 March 2019 (3pm to 5pm)
Location
Status
Open
HEA Professional Recognition Workshop 05: Peer and Mentor Feedback (UAL Staff)
 Peer Feedback

The workshop provides the opportunity to discuss progress towards a professional recognition claim, with feedback from peers and reviewers.

The Professional Recognition Programme supports applications for Associate Fellow, Fellow and Senior Fellow  of the Higher Education Academy.

Who should attend?
  • Staff at the University who have prepared an application for HEA fellowship  
 
What can I do next?
  • Submit your claim for HEA Fellowship

Please use the form below to book a place.

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