Home > Staff and students > Services and divisions > Teaching and Learning Centre > Teaching staff and academic managers > Career development, induction programmes and accreditation opportunities

 

Career development, induction programmes and accreditation opportunities

Career development: LSE events

Links below will take you direct to booking pages.

Title  Date   Start time End time Course code
Voice Workshop|: Power Relationships in Presentations Wednesday 30 April 2014 10.00 16.00
Writing coaching group 3| Thursday 1 May 2014 12:00 13:00  
Information Session: Seminars and Networking| Wednesday 14 May 2014 13:00 14:00
Getting published 1| Thursday 22 May 2014 13:30 16:30

MY593C

Getting published 2| Thursday 29 May 2014 14:00 16:30 MY593C
Using the Voice to Engage and Inspire: Part 1| and Part 2| Thursday 5 and Wednesday 11 June 2014 10:00 13:00
Panel Session: Making Impact with your Research| Wednesday 18 June 2014 13:00 15:00
Developing your academic writing| Thursday 19 June 2014 13:30 16:30 MY593B
Getting published 3| Thursday 26 June 2014 13:30 16:30 MY593C
Writing journal articles| Thursday 3 July 2014 10:00 17:00 MY593C

Career development: external events

Information about teaching-related events and training, and calls for papers and presentations, will be posted here regularly. For information about funding for participation in external opportunities, see our Funding for teaching and learning development| pages.

Induction programmes

There are two major teaching induction programmes at LSE:

  • Being a GTA at LSE, for all new graduate teaching assistants and any guest and emeritus teachers who wish to attend;
  • New Academic Induction Programme, for all those new to teaching and/or to LSE.

The programmes are run primarily in Michaelmas Term each year, but are repeated in intensive format in Lent Term for those teaching only that term. In all cases, participants will be notified of programme dates and other details via their home departments. Any inquiries should be addressed to LSE's Teaching and Learning Centre at tlc@lse.ac.uk|

Higher Education Academy accreditation

Staff may wish to become members of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) as an associate, full, senior or principal fellow. The Teaching and Learning Centre's Educational Development team can support you in the preparation of your application. Please get in touch with tlc.eddev@lse.ac.uk| if you would like to discuss this further. More information can also be found at the HEA's Professional Recognition| page.

LSE Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCertHE)

The Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education is administered at LSE through the School's Teaching and Learning Centre. It is open to all postgraduate students with teaching responsibilities, as well as new and experienced staff who are interested in developing their teaching and who wish to become Fellows of the Higher Education Academy. Read more about the requirements and content of the Certificate on our Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education| page.

Workshop attendance

Letters of attendance can be issued on request, subject to verification through our in-house attendance register.

One to one advice

Educational developers in LSE's Teaching and Learning Centre work with departments in either group or one to one settings to talk about any aspect of teaching or learning. See our Educational developers at LSE| page for more information and contact details.

 

Share:Facebook|Twitter|LinkedIn|