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Whatever your discipline specialism or institutional context you will find something of interest in our Training and Events programme. All the training is designed to complement your institution’s own development activity, providing practical skills and tools to help you refresh and build your teaching and learning skills.
Our programmes can be tailored to specific institutional needs and can be delivered in-house to your timescales.
Brand new to our training suite are a range of coaching opportunities for individuals looking to drive their personal and professional development.
Our Professional Development and Training Prospectus provides you with information about the different types of development, training and networking opportunities available from the HEA. It also details the eight stages of our Professional Learning Curve, so finding Training and Events that are most relevant to you, your role and your responsibilities is easy.
The HEA has developed a full suite of training and coaching programmes to support your professional development. Programmes have been developed for all stages of an individuals career path, discipline specialisms and strategic priorities.
All HEA training and development opportunities are aligned to the Professional Standards Framework (PSF). They contribute valuable evidence in personal HEA Fellowship applications, as well as helping existing Fellows maintain professional good standing. Click on your Fellowship category (or the category you are applying for) to view training and events that you will find personally useful and valuable.
ASSOCIATE FELLOW (AFHEA)
SENIOR FELLOW (SFHEA)
PRINCIPAL FELLOW (PFHEA)
The HEA Professional Learning Curve incorporates the requirements of the Professional Standards Framework (PSF). It is designed to support development at every stage of your career; whether you are new to teaching, or you aspire to lead teaching and learning at Vice-Chancellor level.