Enrolment is now open for the Trimester 2, 2019 offerings of the four programs that offer a pathway to HEA Fellowship at Griffith. There was a lot of interest in the Trimester 1 offerings, with over 150 of your colleagues expressing their interest and enrolling in a program!

Why are educators seeking HEA Fellowship? One of the reasons is that Fellowship offers professional recognition for commitment to teaching and enhancing students’ learning experiences and outcomes. HEA Fellowships are also globally recognised and portable across universities, and are increasingly considered as part of the appointment and promotion process.

The programs offered through HEA [email protected] offer practical opportunities for you to enhance your teaching and course design practice, and develop your learning and teaching capabilities. The programs are open to all staff – academics (including sessional academics) and professional staff members.

Staff who sought HEA Fellowship in Trimester 1, 2019 expressed that they found the experience incredibly useful and worthwhile. Participants have enjoyed forming their own informal professional learning communities, learning from the program facilitators and each other. They have embraced the opportunity to engage in reflective practice while simultaneously moving toward professional recognition of their practice through their chosen program pathway.

Griffith educators on their journey to HEA Fellowship

Interested in enrolling in the HEA [email protected] Scheme in T2, 2019?

Keep reading for a brief overview of and key dates for each the programs. We look forward to seeing you in T2!

Teaching for Learning

Have you considered seeking recognition for your teaching? If so the Teaching for Learning Program which leads to Associate Fellowship could be right for you. This is a global recognition of teaching, awarded by Advance HE in the UK.The program involves a series of workshops to support the gathering of evidence of learning, and a peer observation of your teaching. Successful completion of the program (including attendance at two workshops) will also make you eligible to apply for credit into the Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching. You must be enrolled in the program in order to submit your evidence of learning for Fellowship.

Enrolment into the Teaching for Learning program is open until Wednesday 7 August, 2019 (Week 5 of Trimester 2, 2019).

Curriculum Design for Learning

If you’re interested in exploring research-informed principles and practices of designing curriculum and assessment for learning, this program is for you. Attend four compulsory workshop sessions during a 2-day intensive on June 24 and 25, submit a portfolio of evidence of practice and a peer review of curriculum design to authenticate your practice in order to successfully complete this taught program. You must be enrolled in the program in order to submit your evidence of learning for HEA assessment purposes.

Enrolment into the Curriculum Design for Learning program is open until Monday 24 June, 2019 (student vacation period).

Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching

If you’re looking for a formal qualification in learning and teaching, then the Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching (GCULT) could be the perfect program for you. The GCULT develops your learning and teaching capabilities through a structured sequence of practical activities and provides recognition for your educational expertise. New applications for T2 are restricted to students who have already successfully completed the Teaching for Learning Program and are applying for Credit for the first course 7031LFC in the Program.

Applications close on Sunday 16 June, 2019.

Learning and Teaching Practice Program

If you are interested in achieving HEA Fellowship through a written and reflective application rather than a program of study, this is the program for you.

Expressions of Interest for Trimester 2, 2019 close on Tuesday 30 April, 2019.