TSLHE has been developed particularly for York staff who have specific teaching responsibilities, such as researchers or staff who support student learning and teaching development and teaching staff on short-term contracts who are looking for professional development.
Delivered in conjunction with the PGCAP programme, the module involves the integration of learning in multidisciplinary workshops and seminars with reflection upon the experience of work-based practice. Academic supervisory support is provided to all participants throughout.
TSLHE is intended to be completed on a part-time basis over one year. In addition to the award of 20 Masters-level credits, TSLHE is accredited by the Higher Education Academy. This means individuals who successfully complete the module will secure professional recognition as an Associate Fellow of the HEA.
Allocation is based upon the availability of places, your reason for applying (for example whether or not TSLHE is an expectation of employment), and whether the range and scope of your teaching/student-support-related activity will realistically enable you to complete the course.
Applications for TSLHE 2023/24 have now closed.
Who to contact
Head of Academic Practice