New Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) global course

September 14th, 2022

If you are currently involved in teaching or supporting learning in higher education and would like to enhance your practice or gain a better understanding of teaching learning and assessment in a global context, our new Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) Global course could be right for you.

This is a professional programme designed for university teachers as well as others who support learning. This includes technicians, learning technologists, academic and information skills support professionals, IT staff, research staff and recently graduated postgraduate research students.

The course aims to develop you as a critically reflective practitioner who engages in ongoing development of your teaching, learning and assessment practices in higher education, informed by theory and practice.

Once completed, you will gain a global perspective of higher education through cross-disciplinary interactions with peers, engagement with a range of literature and critique of policies and professional practices.

Stephanie Manning completed the PGCHE course in June 2022. You can read more about her experience of the course and how it has helped with her professional development.

We are currently recruiting our first cohort to start in January 2023.

For further details, please visit the course page.

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