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How to: ENHANCE Train the Trainer

Step 1

Choose the audience (junior academic staff, senior management staff, programme or course team etc)

Step 2

Set up the training event (date, virtual or face-to-face, ensure facilities and technical support as required)

Step 3

Select one of the ENHANCE Training Themes

ENHANCE Training Themes

  • Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning
  • Problem-based Learning
  • Sharing Best Practice
  • Assessment and Feedback
  • Academic Integrity and Online Assessment
  • Peer Dialogue in Teaching
  • Student Experience and Wellbeing
  • Developing Co- and Extra- Curricular Resources

Step 4

Familiarise yourself with the ENHANCE resources

For each ENHANCE theme, there is:

  • Suggested agenda for your event (providing structure and content)
  • Template of slides to use/modify (considering the needs of your audience)
  • Recorded video of an ENHANCE virtual training session
  • Padlet set ups to use/modify and notes from other participants
  • Useful notes to read and develop your learning on the theme
  • An ENHANCE template certificate of training

Step 5

Follow – up and evaluation from participants

Remember to:

  • Use the ENHANCE evaluation form
  • Release recordings and/or slides from your session
  • Disseminate via social media making reference to ENHANCE project
  • Share feedback and experiences with the ENHANCE team
  • Use the ENHANCE Certificate

Referencing ENHANCE

  • Use the branded ENHANCE slides/resources which include reference to the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

  • Tag us on social media

  • Communicate with us via Contact Us on our project website or email address (

“During the ENHANCE capacity building activities, our staff received a unique learning opportunity on modern pedagogies and curriculum development practices.

This fed to the curriculum review of two programmes; at Doctoral and MSc levels in the field of Water Resources Development.

We never thought before that the process of refreshing our previously congested curricula can shape into an exciting pedagogic endeavour!”

Professor Tarekul Islam

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology