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This Award of institutional Credit in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ALTHE) is a Masters level, 20 credit programme and is an ideal first step towards a full teaching qualification in HE. This introduction to teaching, learning and assessment in HE is designed specifically for those with relatively little teaching such as fractional & part time staff and those who do training, teaching assistance or support roles as part of, or in addition to other professional roles. Specifically, it is aimed at those:
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Applicants should have:
A good honours degree or equivalent professional qualification
AND/OR qualifications and experience appropriate to their specialist area and sufficient to make them credible contenders for appointment to the higher education sector.
You will be required to provide written confirmation of 25 hours teaching at higher education level (4-7) during the period of registration, at least 10 hours of this to be in the first term; which may include a range of teaching activity, for instance, tutorials or one-to-one supervisions.
Your own institution/department should also supply an approved Mentor for the programme.
The University of Greenwich has one of the most beautiful settings in London. Its Greenwich Campus sits on a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the banks of the River Thames, while Avery Hill Campus in south-east London and Medway Campus in Kent offer a real campus university atmosphere. The university has been providing quality education for more than 125 years and has a silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework, as well as strong links to business.Read more
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