Getting external recognition for your teaching /learning support practice: an introduction to the THEAs, NTFS and CATE awards.

Event Date February 21, 2019 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location – Glyntaff campus, room EM132

This highly interactive workshop is for anyone who is doing or planning to set up anything that is enhancing students’ learning / learning experience / staff /community experience etc. in anyway, and would like to know what these external recognition schemes look like, so that they can start collecting evidence / not miss a trick when starting up something new.

Aims:
The workshop will introduce the schemes and, focusing on their similarities, help participants think how they might evidence a claim and /or set up /enhance their practice further to build the required evidence and external footprints.

Outcomes:
By the end of the session participants should be able to articulate their Unique Selling Point / understand how to do this and its consequent impact on what ‘evidence’ and ‘footprint’ look like for their practice.

Indicative focus:
The highly interactive workshop will outline the core requirements of external recognition schemes and enable participants to critique their current / future activities against these. We will also explore internal and external opportunities for community- and footprint building.

Do I need to bring anything? A laptop or notebook for jotting ideas.

UKPSF Dimensions: A5, K3, V3, V4

CELT strand: Recognition + Community Building + PedRes + Professional Development

TO REGISTER PLEASE VISIT MYINFORMATION using this link and click on your preferred session.

When you click through to My Information you will be asked for your username and password.
Your username is actually your staff number (all digits, no letters – eg. C123456, is typed as 123456).

Partner college staff, RWCMD staff & SU staff – please register by emailing celtevents@southwales.ac.uk

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