HEA@UQ Program

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Duration: 36 hours

Coordinator: Ms Yvette Lynch

Presenter: N/A

HEA@UQ is a professional recognition program that supports those with teaching and learning experience and expertise to gain accreditation through the Higher Education Academy (HEA). The HEA@UQ Program provides applicants with the opportunity to not only gain credit for what they have already achieved, but also to plan and work towards future development, with the support of UQ’s HEA Fellowship community and ITaLI staff.

HEA@UQ participants will:

• Develop a written application to evidence their teaching and/or learning support experience that includes: 

o a peer observation report
o a statement of support (or teaching reference)
o a philosophy of teaching
o evidence of practice

• Be recognised with a relevant HEA Fellowship.

• Be entitled to use the post nominals AFHEA, FHEA or SFHEA (depending on level of application).

A range of support is offered to assist HEA@UQ participants to develop their application for HEA Fellowship, including a series of workshops, a writing retreat and drop-in writing sessions. 

Academic and professional staff and RHD students can apply for an HEA Fellowship through the HEA@UQ program. Participation in this program is through expression of interest EOI. Please see following URL for further information on the HEA@UQ Program, including the EOI process, eligibility criteria and registration information: https://itali.uq.edu.au/awards-grants/fellowships/hea .

Duration: The time commitment will depend on the level of the Fellowship, the number of workshops the applicant chooses to attend and the material the applicant already has, which may be repurposed as part of the HEA Fellowship application.