Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching

Deadlines, Panels and Workshops

Deadlines, Panels and Workshops

Deadlines and Panels

We run three rounds of deadlines and panels every calendar year in February, June and October. Please see below for further details for 2018-19:-

Summer panel

  • Deadline: 3rd June 2019.
  • Panel: 25th-26th June 2019.
  • Results: 26th July 2019.

Autumn Panel

  • Deadline: 14th October 2019. 
  • Panels:  4th-5th November 2019.
  • Results: 6th December 2019. 

Please note:

Applications are submitted via Blackboard and you will need to be given access to the relevant organisation before you are able to submit. If you have not attended a workshop and still wish to submit, please email fellow@southwales.ac.uk to request access

Workshops

USW staff must book on sessions via MyInformation. Click on the title you wish to attend below, and it will take you to the MyInformation log-in screen.

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

TSL@USW: Introduction to the UKPSF for Claimants. Presented by Lyndsey Muir, Lecturer in Educational Development CELT

This introductory 2-hour session is for colleagues who are interested in developing a claim for Associate Fellowship/Fellowship or Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.

This session will introduce you to and explore both the UKPSF and the TSL@USW CPD scheme; its pathways and elements. Fellowships are awarded on the basis of a successful and effective demonstration of one of the four UKPSF Descriptors. This session will enable you to decide which category of Fellowship to apply for at this stage in your career. We will discuss three of the four Descriptors of the UKPSFenabling you to select the most appropriate to your practice and professional experience.

TSL@USW: Developing your claim , Presented by Lyndsey Muir, Lecturer in Educational Development CELT

This 2-hour workshop is for colleagues who, having attended an introductory Intro to the UKPSF for claimants workshop, are now in a position to undertake focused development towards their Associate Fellow/Fellow/Senior Fellow claim making. We will explore the ins and outs of claim making for this category and help you think about the evidence and case you will need to build for your claim to be successful.

TSL@USW: Writing Retreat for Claimants, facilitated by Lyndsey Muir, Lecturer in Educational Development CELT – available on request

This 3-hour workshop is for colleagues who require a safe, quiet place for focused writing for the development of their UKPSF claim. Facilitated by CELT, this workshop will include access to resources such as books, articles, discussion and peer feedback.

TSL@USW: Becoming a TSL@USW Mentor, presented by Lyndsey Muir, Lecturer in Educational Development

TSL@USW, the new HEA Recognition scheme for USW, uses mentors to help claimants write a good claim. This 2-hour workshop is mainly for colleagues who have been nominated by their Faculty / Professional Service/ Partner College to be a TSL@USW Mentor, but may also be of interest for those who would like to be a mentor in the future. The highly interactive workshop will explore approaches to mentoring that will enable mentees to maximise the potential of their claims for HEA recognition against the UKPSF.

TSL@USW: Mentor Drop-in, facilitated by Lyndsey Muir, Lecturer in Educational Development CELT – available on request

Facilitated by CELT, this time is set aside for TSL@USW mentors; to come and discuss, receive support and advice in the efforts to mentor USW colleagues with their UKPSF claim making.

TSL@USW: Making a claim for Principal Fellowship of the HEA: now or in the future? Presented by Dr Clare Kell, Director of CELT

This is an introductory 1.5-hour workshop for colleagues who are interested in developing a claim for Principal Fellowship of the HEA.

PRINCIPAL FELLOW (PFHEA)

For Principal Fellow you will need to demonstrate a sustained record of effective strategic leadership in academic practice and development and you are highly experienced with wide-ranging strategic leadership responsibilities in connection with key aspects of teaching and supporting learning.

TSL@USW: Preparing your Principal Fellow claim. Presented by Dr Clare Kell, Director of CELT

This 2-hour workshop is for colleagues who, having attended an introductory PFHEA workshop, are now in a position to undertake focused development towards their claim making. Facilitated by CELT, this workshop will involve focussed writing, discussion and peer feedback against the PF Descriptor.