Academic Development Lead for Learning and Teaching, Organisational and Staff Development Unit (OSDU) at the University of Strathclyde took part in LTLT last year and found it “very useful and enjoyable.”
She explained: “I took part as I was looking to get prepared for promotion myself, and I also wanted to support other staff in leadership roles. I found the course very useful and enjoyable. It was extremely well delivered and it was great to be able to have networking opportunities outside of my own institution.”
Katy added: “The project was also very useful, and doing it as part of the LTLT course helped to keep me motivated to complete it within my University. I would definitely recommend the course to anyone thinking of applying for senior leadership positions within their institutions.”
Steve Outram, Director of the LTLT programme and HEA Associate Participant outcomes, commented: “Leading Transformation in Learning and Teaching attracts a lot of people with responsibilities whose institutions have decided to change radically, and who want to support those changes. We also attract people who have been promoted, or are new, to being a course director and who want to find out more.”
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