Would you like to become involved with assessing applications for HEA Fellowship that come through C@N-DO? If this interests you, please contact Shirley Bennett
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
I would like to be involved in assessment of applications for HEA Fellowship as submitted within the C@N-DO CPD Scheme.
Through this you will...
Develop the understanding of UKPSF requirements and skills needed to become an effective member of the C@N-DO Assessment Panel.
You will be involved in the analysis and evaluation of example C@N-DO assessment submissions.
You will ’shadow’ a C@N-DO Assessment Panel, consider the evaluation of submissions we receive and be involved in discussion with other panel members.
Who would benefit from this workshop
Staff who hold SFHEA and would like to join the C@N-DO Assessment Panel.
Through this workshop you will contribute to the continuing professional development and professional practice of colleagues across the university. You will gain insight into a range of practices within different subject areas and thereby deepen your own understanding of different approaches.
Through this workshop and your involvement in C@N-DO Panels you will deepen your knowledge and understanding of the UKPSF itself, explore the varieties of approaches to the evaluation of teaching and learning support practice.
Through this workshop you will consider the implications of the Quality Assurance processes pertinent to the UKPSF and how they apply to C@N-DO.
This workshop will help you to interpret the UKPSF in ways that are sensitive to the needs of individuals and various communities within teaching and learning support work and relate your experience of the C@N-DO CPD Scheme to the wider national UKPSF developments.
The workshop will develop your skills and understanding of evidenced-based approaches to assessing for HEA Fellowship.
Supporting HEA fellowship
|D3 - Senior Fellow of the HEA||
Experienced HE teaching staff able to demonstrate sustained impact & influence on the L&T practice of others over a number of years, through