Pathways to HEA Fellowship at Griffith
There are four programs available at Griffith, supporting three categories of HEA Fellowship.
Teaching for Learning
This taught program enables you to develop your capabilities as an educator and supports you in your role as an intentional, purposeful and knowledgeable leader of student learning.
Curriculum Design for Learning
This taught program enables you to enhance the curriculum and/or assessment design within the context of your course or program and is also relevant for staff in learning and teaching support roles.
Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching
This taught program enables you to develop the knowledge, skills and values that can lead to learning and teaching transformation.
Fellow / Senior Fellow
Learning and Teaching Practice
This portfolio program is intentionally designed to be inclusive of the activities and experiences which already make up your career in higher education.
Become an HEA Principal Fellow
Principal Fellowship (PFHEA) is the highest recognition category of HEA Fellowship. PFHEA recognises highly experienced professionals, able to provide evidence of a sustained and effective record of impact at a strategic level in relation to teaching and learning.
Principal Fellows are typically:
- highly experienced and/or senior staff with wide-ranging academic or academic-related strategic leadership responsibilities in connection with key aspects of teaching and supporting learning
- staff responsible for institutional strategic leadership and policymaking in the area of teaching and learning
- staff who have strategic impact and influence in relation to teaching and learning that extends beyond their own institution.
Download the PFHEA guidance pack from the Advance HE website to find out more.
Not sure if Principal Fellow is the right category of HEA Fellowship for you? The Fellowship Category Tool from AdvanceHE will ask you a series of multiple choice questions to help you understand the category of Fellowship that most closely reflects your current practice.
How do I apply?
In 2019, Griffith will use the Advance HE Direct application route for PFHEA application, including Advance HE resources. The application process involves:
- Each Group will identify at least one PFHEA applicant by March 31, 2019.
- Supported PFHEA applicants should contact an existing Principal Fellow for mentoring and support in developing their application. Peer mentoring among PFHEA applicants is also encouraged.
- Applications need to be completed by October 31 and submitted to email@example.com for final review prior to submission to Advance HE. (Applications may be submitted earlier in the year.)