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Professional Recognition Writing Retreat – May 2022

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 current and prospective employers, and might also be useful when applying for HEA fellowship. Successful applicants are: Given a certificate in recognition of their Learning Development expertise. Added to a list of CePs on the ALDinHE website – publically recognising their …

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Free

ALDcon22: The Learning Development Conference

10 June 2022 (Online) & 14-15 June 2022 University of Northampton Join Event Session link: Enter the ALDcon22 Conference Please email admin@aldinhe.ac.uk if you have any questions.
£60.00 – £230.00

LD@3 – Creating a Community of Scholarship: The Criticality Project

Over the last twenty years, the field of learning development has been caught in circular debates about the value and effectiveness of subject-embedded versus extra-curricular or standalone activities. These debates have over-emphasised the need to consider each subject area in strict isolation. In this paper, we explore the benefits of encouraging an interdisciplinary approach to learning development. We discuss the creation of The Criticality Project, a unique six-week short course open to all students studying at Manchester Metropolitan University that has been running since 2019. Throughout this course, the concept of ‘criticality’ is interrogated through multiple perspectives to encourage students …

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Free

Calling new presenters for the LD@3 20/21 Programme!

We are looking for 20-30 minute presentations on all and any aspects of learning development. This could be an opportunity to tell the community about new innovations in your teaching or practice, to test out new ideas with a receptive audience or present part of your work that may go on to publish. Presentations will be hosted online at 3pm with opportunity for questions from participants. If you would like to present at an LD@3 session please complete the LD@3 proposal form and include an abstract of 200-250 words. We will be accepting proposals throughout the year. For any enquiries about offering an LD@3 session please contact either Maddy Mossman or Alistair Morey.

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