New HEA Fellowship holders via the Bath Scheme!

Posted in: Academic staff development, learning and teaching

Congratulations to our colleagues who were recently conferred HEA Fellowships via the Bath Scheme!

Associate Fellow (AFHEA)

Jack Howell, Dept of Mechanical Engineering

Jack said: “I’m very happy to be amongst the first of Bath’s technical staff to be recognised by the HEA for my contribution towards teaching. Whilst the application process was quite different to my day-to-day work, I found it a useful way to reflect on strengths and weaknesses and I’d encourage any other technicians who may be tempted to go for it.”

Saiyada Fazal, Careers Service

Claudine Touze, Dept of Politics, Languages and International Studies.

“A very unexpected and enriching experience!"

Fellow (FHEA)

Antiopi Koronaki, Dept of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Sukumar Natarajan, Dept of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Roger Ngwompo, Dept of Mechanical Engineering

Nicky Young, Dept of Pharmacy and Pharmacology

Senior Fellow (SFHEA)

Karen Angus-Cole, Lecturer, Dept of Education/Curriculum Development Officer, Centre for Learning & Teaching

Karen said: “The process of developing my SFHEA application was beneficial in that it forced me to take time to reflect on my practice and importantly its impact, which is not something we often make the time to do in depth. Additionally, it helped me to focus on how I can develop my practice in the future. It was a very rewarding way to engage in CPD.”

HEA Fellowship brings you a range of benefits:

· Evidence you can use for promotion

· Demonstrates your commitment to teaching, learning and the student experience through engagement in research, reflection and development

· Consolidates personal development and evidence of professional practice in your higher education career

· An opportunity to benchmark your professional practice against the UK Profession Standards Framework (UKPSF) providing a valuable measure of success that is recognised by international institutions

The Bath Scheme provides an accredited route to Fellowship for experienced staff who support learning and teaching. Bath Scheme’s Director, Dr Rachael Carkett, manages the scheme and with the support of the Departmental/Division Bath Scheme Champions, applicants are supported through the process.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Bath Scheme, please contact your Departmental/School of Management Division Bath Scheme Champion.


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