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What next? Having attended this workshop you can receive a letter of completion and progress to the Postgraduate Award: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

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centralsessions

The Learning and Development Centre (LDC) offers a one-day 'central' workshop and we run this several times in the Autumn term, and also in the Spring and Summer terms depending upon demand.

Key topics include: 'how students learn', 'small group teaching', 'assessment and feedback', and ' tackling challenging situations'.

Dates for central sessions for the 2015/16 academic year are as follows:

  • Term One
    • For Sciences, Monday 12 October (9:00-13:00; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
    • For Arts and Social Sciences, Wednesday 14 October (13:00-17:00; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
    • For Arts and Social Sciences, Monday 19 October (9:00-13:00; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
    • For Sciences, Wednesday 28 October (13:00-17:00; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
    • For Sciences, Friday 27 November (9:00-13:00; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
    • For Arts and Social Sciences, Thursday 3 December (9:30-13:30; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
    • For Arts and Social Sciences, Friday 4 December (12:00-16:00; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
    • For Sciences, Monday 7 December (13:00-17:00; Experimental Teaching Space, Teaching Grid, Library)
  • Term Two
    • Central sessions for Term Two TBC
  • Term Three
    • If there is demand, we will run sessions early in Term Three. If you are interested, please register your interest as soon as possible by emailing pga@warwick.ac.uk.

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DepartmentalSessions

We work with the following departments to offer bespoke training sessions -- Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, English, Languages, Life Sciences, Maths, Statistics, PAIS, Philosophy, Physics, Sociology, Warwick Business School, and WMG. For departmental sessions you should contact whoever is reponsible for postgraduate tutors in your department to find out when the next session is being run.

If you have missed your departmental session or you wish to attend in the Spring or Summer term you can book on a central session.

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All postgraduates with more than 20 hours teaching a year are required to attend a training session in preparation for their teaching. This training is offered by LDC in a 'central workshop' or it may be offered locally in your department. See University Guidelines on Postgraduates Who Teach.