The Newcastle College University Centre Recognition Programme
The Newcastle College University Centre Recognition Scheme is designed to promote and acknowledge professionalism in HE teaching and learning through a framework of professional standards. On an annual basis we offer support to staff to become HEA fellows through funding and training opportunities. Please contact Mark Clarkson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information
Why become a HEA fellow through Advance HE?
HEA fellowships act as a recognition of a commitment to personal and professional development in teaching and learning in Higher Education. The scheme allows those employed with the HE sector to develop a reflective approach to practice whilst becoming part of a nationally and internationally recognised fellowship scheme. The scheme is aligned to the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF), and allows practitioners to gain recognition of their professional practice within a national framework. Fellowship of the HEA is becoming increasingly desirable in the HE sector as an example of commitment to professional development in teaching and learning
Fellowship Levels & Criteria
Click on each level of fellowship below to find out more:
Associate Fellow (AFHEA): Suitable for staff who work with teaching and learning support responsibilities.
Fellow (FHEA): Suitable for staff with substantive roles in teaching and learning.
Senior Fellow (SFHEA): Suitable for staff who can demonstrate a sustained record of effectiveness in relation to teaching and learning.