Come along to this one hour information session on Monday 1 April (Nathan) or Tuesday 2 April (Gold Coast) to find out more about HEA Fellowships@Griffith and which program is right for you.

About HEA Fellowships

Are you committed to teaching, and to enhancing students’ learning experiences and outcomes? Do you support colleagues in their teaching? Are you seeking professional recognition for your efforts? If so, you may be interested in the HEA Fellowships@Griffith Scheme. HEA Fellowships are globally recognised and portable across universities, and are increasingly considered by universities as part of the appointment and promotion process. They are available to academic and professional staff.

Event details

Join us at this session to hear how in 2019, Griffith is embedding fellowship into four professional learning programs, including the new Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching. The session will include the opportunity to speak directly to Program Coordinators from the HEA Fellowships@Griffith Scheme within Learning Futures.

 

Nathan campus

Monday 1 April
10.00 am – 11.00 am
Environment 1 (N55) 0.19

Gold Coast campus

Tuesday 2 April
10.00 am – 11.00 am
Glycomics 1 (G26) 4.09

 

How to register

Log in to the Staff portal > Key Services > My Staff Page > Training and Online Resources > Face2Face Training > Search by Course Number. Enter the Course Number G26010 > View Available Sessions > Select Session.

Can’t make it to the session?

If you are unable to attend the Information Session, please note that there is an Expression of Interest (EOI) process for the Learning and Teaching Practice Program, leading to Fellow (FHEA) or Senior Fellow (SFHEA). The EOI process for Trimester 2, 2019 is open now. Please click here for more details and to access the online form. EOIs for Trimester 2, 2019 close on Tuesday 30 April at 5.00 pm.

Find out more

Visit the HEA Fellowships@Griffith website or click on each of the program links below to find about more about the pathways to HEA Fellowship at Griffith. If you have a question about HEA Fellowships@Griffith or your event registration, get in touch with the HEA Fellowships@Griffith team.

Learning and Teaching Practice

This portfolio program is intentionally designed to be inclusive of the activities and experiences which already make up your career in higher education.

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Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching

This taught program enables you to develop the knowledge, skills and values that can lead to learning and teaching transformation.

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Teaching for Learning

This taught program enables you to develop your capabilities as an educator and supports you in your role as an intentional, purposeful and knowledgeable leader of student learning.

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Curriculum Design for Learning

This taught program enables you to enhance the curriculum and/or assessment design within the context of your course or program and is also relevant for staff in learning and teaching support roles.

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