I am not going to lie, not all presentations across Macquarie have me bouncing off the walls about attending. This statement could be said before a certain university event I was invited to last week, however after said event, my tune has changed.
Come and join Dr Anna Rowe from the Learning and Teaching Centre and learn what it takes for those who have participated in the Foundations in Learning and Teaching (FILT) program to articulate into the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education. This will be an informative question and answer session and participants will gain knowledge of the pathways into the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education and requirements for completing the FILT Program.
To register, please click here FILT Articulation into the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education.
Date: Thursday, 23 October 2014
The Group of Eight (Go8), a coalition of leading Australian universities, recently released a report on the changing composition of Australia’s higher education workforce.
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The Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education is designed for staff involved in teaching at university level. Join a cohort of colleagues from Macquarie and other tertiary institutions in a flexible learning environment, with online discussion tools, virtual classrooms and optional face-to-face seminars. The program is designed to be a stimulating and professionally rewarding experience, building on the skills, knowledge and experience of participants. Continue reading Formal Qualifications in University Teaching
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