Associate Fellowship is principally aimed at Professional Services staff who have at least one year’s experience and who play a role in supporting students or who indirectly support student learning, such as by contributing to the development of learning activities or materials or aspects of student support.
Fellowship is appropriate for experienced Academic staff who may have taught at other institutions but do not hold Fellowship. It is also appropriate for Professional Services staff who have three years’ experience in a role which involves directly or indirectly supporting students and student learning. Applicants for Fellowship should also be able to demonstrate a research-informed approach to their practice.
Senior Fellowship is aimed primarily at experienced Academic staff who have a track record over at least three to five years of excellence in teaching and/or pedagogical innovation. They should also be able to demonstrate a research informed and evidence-based (scholarship) approach to their practice. A key facet of Senior Fellowship is the emphasis placed on the development of the professional practice of their colleagues involved in teaching and supporting learning through formal and informal mentoring and support, supervision and the contribution to teaching approaches at Departmental level.
Senior Fellow is also appropriate for experienced Professional Services staff who can demonstrate a scholarly and evidence-based approach to their practice, as well as a positive impact on their colleagues through mentoring, support and co-ordination.