Introduction to University

From 26 Jul 2017
To 8 Nov 2017

The National Centre for Teaching and Learning

invites you to the course

Introduction to University Teaching

This course covers the fundamentals of lecturing and leads to becoming an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. This international recognition of your university teaching ability has the following benefits:

•It emphasises your professional practice in higher education teaching.

•You are entitled to use the letters AFHEA after your name.

•It tells employers in the educational sector about your teaching expertise.

•It tells your students and other stakeholders of the quality of your teaching.

The course introduces the research evidence about how to provide effective lectures to support learning. The course is based around the professional standards framework and explores the activities, knowledge and values to engage with students in a lecture.

The course is aimed at those who are early in their careers. They are likely to be staff new to teaching, tutors, and those who support academics such as learning developers, or library staff. It will also be relevant to PhD students who do some teaching.

The course starts on July 26 and runs over semester two. It will require a commitment of two hours per week.

To find out more and enrol contact:

John Milne:, extension 63125



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