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Application form

We are now accepting applications for our next APP PGR Cohort, which will start on 19th January (Route B) . All workshops and content will be online, via Moodle and MS Teams. For more information related to the running of the programme in 2021 and for the course timetable, click on the links to the right.

If you would like to apply, please complete the form below and email any questions you have about the form to

*Applications for Route A have now closed*

Personal Information

- Please ensure you are logged into the Intranet to ensure that the auto-populate inserts your name and department.

Your research

Current studies

Are you currently studying towards any other courses or qualifications?

If yes, please give details and the expected end date.

Supporting Statement

Note: all applicants must complete this section. *Please use this space to briefly answer the following questions:* . What Teaching Experience do you have this year? *(You need to be doing a minimum of 15 hours teaching)*. Please indicate where your teaching hours will be/have been allocated. What types of teaching is this (e.g. supporting in seminars, lectures or labs, conducting tutorials, marking student work etc)? . How will the course fit with your current role? . How will you ensure that you have sufficient time to complete the course, alongside your research and other commitments?

The course will be run entirely online/at distance in 2021. Please indicate if you think there are any issues which may affect you (e.g. access to technology, work patterns, others commitments)


Additional needs or requests

We are committed to supporting individual students on this programme. Therefore it is helpful to know about any specific needs or requests in advance so that we can discuss any appropriate reasonable adjustments with you. This might be a disability, learning difficulty, something culturally significant, study issues etc. If you would like to tell us about anything in particular, please do so in the box below. We will then contact you, ahead of the programme, to discuss your needs. Any information declared will remain confidential and within the course team. However, *you are not obliged to disclose anything you do not wish to.*


Course requirements

Do you have a current GTA or STP contract? (required)

Supervisor and Mentor

Your *supervisor* should approve of your participation on the course. We will contact them to confirm that you have the required teaching hours this academic year. Due to data protection laws we require your permission to do this. if you agree please could you tick the yes button below and supply the name and email address of your supervisor. You may wish to contact them separately to discuss your participation on the course and the required teaching element.
Confirmation that we can contact your supervisor
All APP PGR participants should have a mentor who can support and guide them on matters of teaching during the programme. Mentors also observe participant's teaching and can be second assessors of the final portfolio. Your mentor should ideally be a more experienced colleague and teacher in your department/discipline specialism but does not have to be your supervisor/line manager. Can you identify a *subject mentor* who can support you on APP PGR? We will contact your mentor to confirm that they are willing to support you and to explain to them the requirements of the programme. Due to data protection laws we require your permission to do this. If you agree please could you tick the yes button below and supply the name and email address of your mentor. You may wish to contact them separately to get their agreement initially before we contact them.
Confirmation that we can contact your mentor
I hereby declare that the information and details in this application form are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. (required)
Are you available to start our next cohort?
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