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Professional Recognition Writing Retreats (free and online)

Published: 24/11/2023 - Reading Time: 1 min

Categories: CeLP | CeP | CPD |

The recognition scheme is open for applications all year round. Join us on an online writing retreat to progress your Certified Practitioner (CeP) and Certified Leading Practitioner (CeLP) award. The CeP and CeLP awards promote Learning Development as a profession in its own right. Successful applicants receive formal recognition of their specialist knowledge and practice. This demonstrates expertise to both current and prospective employers, and might also be useful when applying for HEA fellowship. Successful applicants are: There is currently no requirement to revalidate an award. However, ALDinHE reserves the right to introduce a revalidation scheme / tiered recognition categories …

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Professional Recognition Writing Retreat – 15 November 2023 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Published: 04/10/2023 - Reading Time: 2 min

Categories: CPD | ALDinHE communications | CeLP | CeP | Events |

The writing retreat can offer you the opportunity to ask questions regarding your application and offer you time to write and reflect on your application. The writing retreat can also offer the opportunity to peer mark colleagues’ applications gaining useful feedback. The recognition scheme is open for applications all year round. Join us on a writing retreat to progress your Certified Practitioner (CeP) and Certified Leading Practitioner (CeLP) award. The CeP and CeLP awards promote Learning Development as a profession in its own right. Successful applicants receive formal recognition of their specialist knowledge and practice. This demonstrates expertise to both …

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Professional Recognition Writing Retreats (online)

Published: 24/03/2023 - Reading Time: 1 min

Categories: CeLP | CeP | Events |

The recognition scheme is open for applications all year round. Join us on an online writing retreat to progress your Certified Practitioner (CeP) and Certified Leading Practitioner (CeLP) award. The CeP and CeLP awards promote Learning Development as a profession in its own right. Successful applicants receive formal recognition of their specialist knowledge and practice. This demonstrates expertise to both current and prospective employers, and might also be useful when applying for HEA fellowship. Successful applicants are: There is currently no requirement to revalidate an award. However, ALDinHE reserves the right to introduce a revalidation scheme / tiered recognition categories …

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#Take5 #33 The best way to write an ALDinHE recognition scheme application?

Published: 21/05/2019 - Reading Time: 5 min

Categories: CeLP | CeP | Take5 |

Recognition scheme Writing Retreat  This #Take5 post is brought to you from Steve Briggs and Katherine Koulle who co-manage the administration and development of the ALDinHE recognition scheme – and who ran the Writing Retreat on 8th May 2019. A need for recognition Recently, Steve Briggs, ALDinHE and Professional Development working Group co-chair,  explained the background to the ALDinHE recognition scheme in a previous #Take5 blog – https://lmutake5.wordpress.com/2019/03/20/take-5-31-the-best-way-of-getting-recognised/ Making time to get recognised The response to the ALDinHE recognition scheme has been overwhelmingly positive: in the first two years over 50 recognitons were awarded. Nonetheless, a common reason that Learning …

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#Take 5 #31 The best way of getting recognised?

Published: 20/03/2019 - Reading Time: 5 min

Categories: CeLP | CeP | Take5 |

The ALDinHE Recognition scheme This #Take5 post is brought to you from Dr Steve Briggs a Co-Chair of ALDinHE  and a driving force behind the design and development of this key Learning Development recognition scheme.  The need for recognition The Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE) represents individuals working as Learning Development Practitioners in the UK. ALDinHE offers opportunities to share best practices and ideas, and to provide CPD and professional development opportunities for members. The field of Learning Development has grown significantly in the last fifteen years and most universities in the UK now have a Learning Development …

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