HEA Fellowship for Doctoral Studies
HEA Fellowship for doctoral supervisers
Dr Kate Litherland
Gaining HEA Fellowship is often associated with those involved in undergraduate teaching, but other forms of teaching and supporting learning count equally as evidence for professional recognition. This workshop looks at how those involved in doctoral supervision (and supporting othe doctoral supervisers) can use that experience to apply for various categories of HEA Fellowship.
The session will offer guidance on
The requirements for the various categories of Fellowship
How the experience of doctoral supervision relates to the UK Professional Standards Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning in HE
How doctoral supervision can support an application for Fellowships.
There are no pre-requisites for this session, though it is aimed primarily at those supporting PhD candidates.
During the workshop we will cover the requirements of each category of Fellowship in relation to doctoral supervision, the requirements for assessment, and give participants on opportunity to ask questions.
If you have any questions or access/other requirements, please contact either the Academic Development Advisory team at bHRpIHwgY2hlc3RlciAhIGFjICEgdWs= or the leader/facilitator named above. Please note that some of the Academic Development Advisers are part time and you may receive a faster response from the team email, which is monitored every day.
If you would like to arrange for this workshop to be run at a different time or venue, or for a specific group of staff, please contact bHRpIHwgY2hlc3RlciAhIGFjICEgdWs= to discuss this. We will normally be able to run any workshop from our current programme for groups of five or more staff at any University site, provided that we have reasonable notice of the request.
Relationship to other programmes/workshops
Although open to all, this workshop will be particularly useful for participants enrolled in CheERS who are planning to take the dialogue assessment.
Reference to UKPSF