Get Qualified: HEA PgCertTHE
New to Higher Education teaching? The HEA PGCertTHE is ideal for early career academics.
Get Recognised: CPD Recognition Scheme
Autonomous route to HEA Fellowship for academic staff with over two years' Higher Education teaching experience.
Celebrating excellence with the Education and Student Experience Award, National Teaching Fellowship Scheme and Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence.
CELT CPD Workshops
Demonstrate your commitment to your continuous professional development - sign up to our staff workshops with a teaching and learning focus.
Teaching Through The Medium Of Welsh
Improving Higher Education through bilingual teaching and learning
Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
Decolonising the curriculum and widening access to Higher Education for all
Assessments and Feedback
Developing students and raising teaching standards through sharing good practice
CELT CPD Workshops
Enhance Your Teaching
Peer observation of teaching practice or learning support allows you to develop through self-reflection, share knowledge with colleagues and identify areas that need support.
The scheme is designed to enable participants to reflect on teaching and learning practices with reference to the QAA Quality Code for Higher Education and the UK Professional Standards Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education (UKPSF).
Bangor’s peer observation scheme is open to all staff who teach and/or support learning. It is expected that all academic staff with a teaching role will engage with the scheme once each academic year as part of a peer observation dyad or triad. This includes part-time lecturers and professional practitioners who regularly contribute to teaching. Postgraduate students who teach will be observed as part of their requirement to undertake School-specific training or the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education (PGCertTHE). External speakers will not be required to participate in the full scheme, but for those with a recurring contribution per academic year, module leaders should at the very least attend a session and provide verbal feedback.
To participate in the Peer Observation process and download the relevant forms, visit the MyBangor page.
Advance HE is made up of Higher Education experts who work together to raise standards in the sector and make teaching and learning more inclusive for all.
Advance HE has three strategic goals:
- to enhance confidence and trust in Higher Education
- address systemic inequalities in the sector to meet evolving needs
- supporting members through its work on teaching and learning, governance, leadership development and inclusion
Advance HE can help you by supporting your teaching practice and offering guidance on governance, leadership development and diversity. Details of upcoming development courses and training can be found on the Advance HE website, as well as informative resources and awards details.
Over two hundred academic and professional services came together for the 2023 CELT Conference to share teaching and learning expertise. You can download the Conference programme here.
Details to follow on our next conference.
CELT Conference 2023 Gallery
Meet The Team
Professor Nichola Callow
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education and Student Experience)