For lecturers or Teaching Fellows on probabtion.
If you are Lecturer or Teaching Fellow on probation, and need to gain a teaching qualification in order to complete your probationary requirements, UCL Arena Two is for you.
The course aims to prepare you to teach confidently and effectively at UCL, to enable you to develop in your teaching-related role and to help you make a successful application for a UCL Arena Fellowship entitling you to Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
It also welcomes you into a community of colleagues interested in exploring the relationships between student education and research and asking questions such as: How can connecting students more closely with our research enhance students’ programmes of study? How can we work with students as partners to build inclusive learning and research communities?
Staff with three years full time teaching experience and who have undertaken relevant professional development activities may be entitled to exemption from attending the course. If you are in this situation, you may instead be able to apply for a UCL Arena/HEA Fellowship directly through Arena Open. If you already have a HEA Fellowship you are also able to apply for exemption from attending the course.
Please email email@example.com for more information.
Current course dates and registration
All dates for 2016-17 are now full. If you would like to register your interest in attending the course in 2017-18, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please sign up for your chosen session below. Please note, you should be available to attend all 7 sessions on the dates listed within that group.
If you have any questions, please email Peter Phillips through: email@example.com
All sessions are 11.00-13.00
Group A – Monday
Group B - Wednesday
Group C - Thursday
Group D – Monday
Group E - Wednesday
Group F - Thursday
Exemption from attendance of Arena Two can be claimed only on one of the following grounds:
- You already hold a Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy or a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (or equivalent).
In this case, please download the exemption form and complete Form A and send it, along with a copy of the relevant certificate(s) and an up-to-date CV, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If in doubt about the equivalence of your qualification, you are welcome to email the above address to make a preliminary enquiry.
- You have been teaching in higher education for more than three years (full time equivalent) and can evidence engagement with a range of professional development activities related to teaching in HE.
In this case, you may be eligible to make a direct application for an HEA Fellowship award via the UCL Arena Open scheme. In order to confirm that your experience is sufficient to undertake a direct application, please download the exemption form and complete Form B and send it, along with an up-to-date CV, to email@example.com.