Update your awareness of what is expected in applications for HEA Fellowship and enhance your effectiveness in the role of C@N-DO Mentor.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
I have been asked to be a C@N-DO Mentor – Help! I need to know more about what is expected in a Fellowship application.
As a C@N-DO Mentor I need to know more about the opportunities for individuals to engage with the UKPSF & progress through C@N-DO.
I don't always know what advice to give to C@N-DO Mentees when they ask questions I haven't encountered before. It would be good to discuss experiences with others in similar roles.
Through this you will...
Deepen your understanding of the UKPSF, ways in which to interpret the Dimensions of Practice for different roles and the criteria for the UKPSF Descriptors D1, D2, D3.
You will become aware of common mistakes within applications which you can then help your mentees avoid and you will ensure that you are aware of national developments with respect to the UKPSF. These may include new stipulations with respect to assessment for Fellowship.
Who would benefit from this workshop
Staff who are C@N-DO Mentors, or who would like to become C@N-DO Mentors, supporting others towards gaining HEA Fellowship. Typically you will either already hold SFHEA, or be working towards an application for SFHEA.
Mentors are expected to also take part in annual updating.
Please book yourself a place via U4BW
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This workshop will equip you to play a key role in the professional development of others and their achievement of professional recognition through HEA Fellowship.
In this workshop you will deepen your knowledge and understanding of the UKPSF itself, and of how you can support others to evidence their practice within a Fellowship application.
The workshop will deepen and update your awareness of the Quality Assurance processes pertinent to the UKPSF & 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.
The workshop will help you relate your own experience of the C@N-DO CPD Scheme to the needs of individuals and the wider national UKPSF developments
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