January 31st, 2023
The university has joined UK Advising and Tutoring (UKAT) as part of a move to recognise the vital role of personal tutors at the institution.
UKAT offers accreditation of practice, conferences, professional courses, symposia, workshops, support for original research, and peer-reviewed academic publications.
These resources will now be available to personal tutors at the University of Nottingham.
UKAT aims to lead the development and dissemination of innovative theory, research, and practice of student advising and tutoring in the UK and beyond.
They encourage practitioners to engage with the scholarship of personal tutoring and to adopt a scholarly-informed approach to their practice.
If you have any questions, please contact Andy Fisher, University Senior Tutor.
Further information, including how to apply for accreditation, will be circulated shortly.
Tags: personal tutors, PT, support for staff, UKAT
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