John Knight Session 17th July 2018 – Park Campus

Click here and put your name in the email to book on this session (2 out of 3 spaces left) Session title: Pathophysiology of diabetes (Emergency Medical Technicians) Number of students: 20 – 30 Date, time and location: 17th July 2018, 09:00 – 10:50, Room 110 Haldane – Singleton Campus…

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Ute Keller Open Door Sessions

Ute is offering a more bespoke approach to her sessions, due to the nature of her classes. Her sessions are all small group (25 students maximum) and are difficult to exactly tie down to given dates so she suggests that you contact her directly to find out what she has…

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Continuing to improve your practice aka Good Standing

You don’t just get Fellowship and stop, but are expected to continue to reflect on and improve your practice of teaching or supporting learning. Its commonly termed “Maintaining Good Standing”. And to do this, there is a range of Continuing Professional Development opportunities available at Swansea – but perhaps in…

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How might you gain HEA Fellowship recognition ?

In October there are Information Sessions for experienced staff if you are considering seeking recognition for your teaching through an HEA Fellowship* Sign up for these on our website under Upcoming Events. You can find details about HEA Fellowship, the UKPSF which underpins it and the support process also on…

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We’ve come a long way …

SALT launched its internal recognition route for HEA Fellowship in July 2015 with just over 100 staff with a category of Fellowship*. Just 2 years on, the 2017 SALT conference marked the 300th staff recognition – a fantastic achievement, with appreciation to all those staff assessing and mentoring. And most…

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