The new and improved CREATE HEA Fellowship Scheme (launched in March 2021) is designed for those who teach and/or support teaching and learning on the University of Bristol’s accredited courses. It is open to both full-time and part-time academic staff, staff on permanent and temporary contracts, and to postgraduate research students who teach.  The Scheme has been designed to offer a flexible, supported, and engaging learning experience which will enable participants to reflect upon and develop their academic practice to provide a high-quality learning experience for University of Bristol students. 

We are pleased to invite expressions of interest from University of Bristol staff to participate in the CREATE HEA Fellowship Scheme as assessors and/or mentors. You will play a vital role in supporting colleagues to achieve national recognition for their skills and experience and an opportunity to share best practice with colleagues at the University of Bristol and beyond. You will be working alongside the CREATE team and will be offered full training and support.

Please download and read the role descriptors which explain what is required as a mentor or an assessor, and outlines the person specification and the benefits of engaging in the new CREATE HEA Fellowship Scheme:

We would love to hear from you! If you are interested in getting involved as an assessor and/or mentor on the new CREATE HEA Fellowship Scheme, please complete the Microsoft Form to express your interest:

 

Have a question?

Get in touch with the CREATE team create-asd@bristol.ac.uk

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