The Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT) is a team of individuals who strategically lead innovative projects to develop and support a high performing learning and teaching environment across the University. A particular focus is the identification of opportunities from data and sector drivers in order to create and deploy informed and research-led solutions to drive forward innovate learning and teaching.
CELT members have a University-wide remit, with the Centre’s activity being line-managed by the Pro Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching). The Centre’s current remit includes: a staff mentoring-for-teaching scheme, the PGCertTHE, Higher Education Academy (HEA) Fellowships, aspects of Continuing Professional Development, leadership of the Academy of Teaching Fellows, and support in mobilising key projects for our blended-learning delivery.
|Member of Staff||Telephone||Position||Focus|
|Professor Nichola Callow||8243||Pro Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching)||Manage and lead the CELT team|
|Dr Caroline Bowman||3769||Teaching and Learning Development Leader||Reward and Recognition for Teaching|
|Dr Myfanwy Davies||2140||Teaching and Learning Development Leader||Curriculum Development|
|Dr Frances Garrad-Cole||8714||Teaching and Learning Development Leader||Innovation in Teaching and Assessment|
|Dr Laura Grange||2816||Teaching and Learning Development Leader||Staff Development|
|Dr Dave Perkins||2513||Teaching and Learning Development Leader||Innovation in Teaching and Assessment|
|Dr Lowri Ann Rees||2248||Teaching and Learning Development Leader||PGCertTHE Deputy Programme Director, and Welsh-Medium Studies Programme Director|
|Dr Rosanna Robinson||3696||Teaching and Learning Development Leader||PGCertTHE Programme Director|