All new PhD Students in the Physics Department wanting to teach should complete this form by the 30th August 2021. It is essential that you have also completed the GTA Application Form.
As part of your PhD Course in the Physics Department at Warwick you have the opportunity to assist with the teaching of our undergraduate students. Most of our PhD students take up this opportunity and enjoy the experience of passing on their knowledge. You will benefit by developing skills that you will need in your future career, whether in academia or the commercial world; moreover, you will get paid for the hours spent preparing and delivering teaching. There may not be sufficient teaching roles for all interested PhD students, so everyone who applies may not immediately get allocated work in their first year. In these cases we will select students based on the information they provide in this selection form.
We need you our Graduate Teaching Assistants to commit to be available each week, and in 2021/22 the teaching day could extend from 8 am to 8 pm.
Skills and Experience
Please Note that prior experience is not essential and full training will be given. During their probationary period all Graduate Teaching Assistants are required to undertake and pass the 'Preparing to Teach in Higher Education' Course.
The University of Warwick will process your personal data submitted on this form for the purpose of appointing Graduate Teaching Assistants and allocating roles.
The legal basis for processing this personal data is consent, by completing this form.
Your personal data will not be shared or disclosed to any third parties external to the University of Warwick.
Your personal data will not be transferred outside of the EEA and will be kept securely by the University of Warwick and will be retained for one year.
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