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Leading Transformation in Learning and Teaching is designed to enhance the skills, approaches and insights needed to lead course and programme teams through processes of transformation and innovation. Split into three modules held over the course of three months and run by the Higher Education Academy in association with the Leadership Foundation (LFHE), it is aimed at those with an interest in curriculum design and the transformation of learning and teaching within their institutions, faculties and departments.
The LTLT programme focuses on three key areas, namely (i) increasing your practical and critical understanding of academic leadership and collaborative change in the context of learning and teaching (ii) giving you the confidence to engage with, influence and motivate colleagues with the intention of contributing towards new course development and delivery, and (iii) encouraging you, together with other members of your team, to be more aware of your own strengths.
“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,” says HEA Associate Steve Outram, Director of the LTLT programme. “We also attract people who have been promoted, or are new, to being a course director and who want to find out more.”
*Please note that to gain a place on the Leading Transformation in Learning and Teaching (LTLT) 9 programme all potential participants will need to complete an application form, which will be reviewed by the programme leader.
To apply for an application form please click the "Enquire now" button further down the page and submit your details. The closing date for applications, to be received, is 24 February.
For further information or to discuss applications, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Leading Transformation in Learning and Teaching comprises of a two day residential module and two further one day modules split across three months. It runs twice a year, with the next cohort being the HEA’s eighth overall, and is aligned to Descriptor 3 of the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF). That means successful completion of the LTLT programme can be used as evidence when applying to become a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
“I learned a very great deal about investment by stakeholders, partnership with students, and the crucial importance of negotiation in relation to the curriculum, besides much else,” says previous LTLT programme participant James Kelly, Senior Tutor at Queen’s College, Cambridge. “This is the most exciting, and exacting, leadership course I have ever undertaken.”
Our Striving for Teaching Excellence programme has been designed to develop and inspire excellence in teaching and support you in an ever-changing teaching environment. If you’ve a proven, sustained track record in HE teaching and you’re seeking recognition for your development, and to progress into a senior or leadership position, HEA Fellowship or Senior Fellowship could add great value to your professional teaching experience.
|Module 1: Getting Started||16 -17 March, 2017|
|Module 2: Getting Going||20 April, 2017|
|Module 3: Going Forward||18 May, 2017|
Action Learning Sets (full programme only)
Participants can choose whether to take the full programme, Module 1 only or Module 1 & 2 combined.
|LFHE Member/HEA Subscribing institution (Strategic and Access Partners)||Non-LFHE Member/ HEA Subscribing institution (Accredited Partner)||LFHE/HEA Non-subscriber|
|Module 1 only||£1,320||£1,700||£2,200|
|Module 1 & 2 only||£1,740||£2,260||£2,900
Testimonials from previous partcipants:
“I now have invaluable tools to visualise, plan, communicate and influence change, with immediate effect in curriculum design in our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.”
"I learned a very great deal about investment by stakeholders, partnership with students, and the crucial importance of negotiation in relation to the curriculum and much else besides. This is the most exciting (and exacting) leadership course I have ever undertaken."