We offer you Consultancy, Training and Workshops for Faculty Development
In consultation with the Taskforce Faculty Development, individual advice or coaching can be offered to meet the specific wishes of individual FHML teachers or teams of teachers (such as departments, block planning groups, educational program committees, exam committees).
Also, longitudinal guidance can be provided, for example in curriculum innovation projects.
Training and Workshops
The Taskforce Faculty Development offers a range of trainings and workshops.
Mandatory trainings for FHML teaching roles
All new academic staff (WP) attend the ‘Introductory course in principles of PBL’ Introduction in Principles of PBL. After this course new staff members with educational tasks attend the course Tutor/teaching skills (Small Group Teacher Training), the course Mentoring skills (focus on guiding and coaching of individuals) or the CORE training.
After having gained additional educational experience, staff members can start the University Teaching Qualification (UTQ).
To meet the participatory requirements of all courses attendance and active involvement are required. An overview and the link for registration can be found below or in the menu bar above under the heading courses.
From autumn 2019 we will offer support in Continuous Professional Development. You can find a description of the training below.
The Taskforce offers a set of workshops which can be attended individually or by group. An overview and the link for registration can be found below or in the menu bar above under the heading courses.
PDF with additional practical information for all staff members regarding organisation within FHML, roles and activities. Additional Practical Information PDF