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Bachelor mentoring skills, series A

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For all new mentors of FHML bachelor students (health sciences, biomedical sciences or medicine/ITM), the taskforce Faculty Development (Docentprofessionalisering/DocProf) offers a mandatory “Mentoring skills course”. This skills course is offered in addition to the (practical/content) sessions your mentor coordinator will offer. Sessions by the mentor coordinator are therefore not interchangeable with the mentoring skills course. You can only attend this course when you have a mentor role in the same period.

The mentoring skills course exists of 3 times a 3-hour session during this academic year. These sessions will focus on practical situations, intervision and will also provide background information and literature needed to fulfil the mentoring role. Session topics are e.g.: expectation management, setting limits, motivational interviewing, dealing with resistance, reflection and providing actionable feedback.

Completion of this mentor training program will lead to a certificate. For those who are interested in following the Universal Teaching Qualification (UTQ/BKO): the mentor training certificate, combined with the fulfilment of the course “Introductory course in principles of Problem Based Learning” grants conditional access to the UTQ training, as does the tutor training certificate. Please see the Faculty Development course offer brochure or get in touch with the DocProf office for more information on UTQ or Faculty Development in general.

 

 

 

Course dates
  • 01 Oct 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 26 Nov 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 11 Feb 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Bachelor mentoring skills, series B

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For all new mentors of FHML bachelor students (health sciences, biomedical sciences or medicine/ITM), the taskforce Faculty Development (Docentprofessionalisering/DocProf) offers a mandatory “Mentoring skills course”. This skills course is offered in addition to the (practical/content) sessions your mentor coordinator will offer. Sessions by the mentor coordinator are therefore not interchangeable with the mentoring skills course. You can only attend this course when you have a mentor role in the same period.

 

The mentoring skills course exists of 3 times a 3-hour session during this academic year. These sessions will focus on practical situations, intervision and will also provide background information and literature needed to fulfil the mentoring role. Session topics are e.g.: expectation management, setting limits, motivational interviewing, dealing with resistance, reflection and providing actionable feedback.

 

Completion of this mentor training program will lead to a certificate. For those who are interested in following the Universal Teaching Qualification (UTQ/BKO): the mentor training certificate, combined with the fulfilment of the course “Introductory course in principles of Problem Based Learning” grants conditional access to the UTQ training, as does the tutor training certificate. Please see the Faculty Development course offer brochure or get in touch with the DocProf office for more information on UTQ or Faculty Development in general.

 

Course dates
  • 03 Oct 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 28 Nov 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 13 Feb 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Bachelor mentoring skills, series C

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For all new mentors of FHML bachelor students (health sciences, biomedical sciences or medicine/ITM), the taskforce Faculty Development (Docentprofessionalisering/DocProf) offers a mandatory “Mentoring skills course”. This skills course is offered in addition to the (practical/content) sessions your mentor coordinator will offer. Sessions by the mentor coordinator are therefore not interchangeable with the mentoring skills course. You can only attend this course when you have a mentor role in the same period.

 

The mentoring skills course exists of 3 times a 3-hour session during this academic year. These sessions will focus on practical situations, intervision and will also provide background information and literature needed to fulfil the mentoring role. Session topics are e.g.: expectation management, setting limits, motivational interviewing, dealing with resistance, reflection and providing actionable feedback.

 

Completion of this mentor training program will lead to a certificate. For those who are interested in following the Universal Teaching Qualification (UTQ/BKO): the mentor training certificate, combined with the fulfilment of the course “Introductory course in principles of Problem Based Learning” grants conditional access to the UTQ training, as does the tutor training certificate. Please see the Faculty Development course offer brochure or get in touch with the DocProf office for more information on UTQ or Faculty Development in general.

Course dates
  • 07 Oct 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 09 Dec 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 17 Feb 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Bachelor mentoring skills, series D

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For all new mentors of FHML bachelor students (health sciences, biomedical sciences or medicine/ITM), the taskforce Faculty Development (Docentprofessionalisering/DocProf) offers a mandatory “Mentoring skills course”. This skills course is offered in addition to the (practical/content) sessions your mentor coordinator will offer. Sessions by the mentor coordinator are therefore not interchangeable with the mentoring skills course. You can only attend this course when you have a mentor role in the same period.

 

The mentoring skills course exists of 3 times a 3-hour session during this academic year. These sessions will focus on practical situations, intervision and will also provide background information and literature needed to fulfil the mentoring role. Session topics are e.g.: expectation management, setting limits, motivational interviewing, dealing with resistance, reflection and providing actionable feedback.

 

Completion of this mentor training program will lead to a certificate. For those who are interested in following the Universal Teaching Qualification (UTQ/BKO): the mentor training certificate, combined with the fulfilment of the course “Introductory course in principles of Problem Based Learning” grants conditional access to the UTQ training, as does the tutor training certificate. Please see the Faculty Development course offer brochure or get in touch with the DocProf office for more information on UTQ or Faculty Development in general.

Course dates
  • 10 Oct 2019: 13:30- 16:30; 
  • 12 Dec 2019: 13:30- 16:30; 
  • 20 Feb 2020: 13:30- 16:30; 
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Block 1: Course tutoring/teaching skills (Small Group Teacher Training)

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Aim
Introduction to teacher skills within a problem based learning environment, with a focus on group processes and group dynamics over a longer period of time.

 

Target group
All academic staff members who are leading students in tutorials, projects or other group work activities. You can only attend if you have a tutor role in the same period: it is a training on the job.

 

Duration
2 sessions of 3 hours and 2 sessions of 2 hours. 2 dayparts prior to the block and 2 dayparts during the block at mid-term.

 

Course dates
  • 30 Aug 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 04 Sep 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 24 Sep 2019: 09:00- 11:00; 
  • 17 Oct 2019: 09:00- 11:00; 
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  • 30 Aug 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 04 Sep 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 24 Sep 2019: 13:00- 15:00; 
  • 17 Oct 2019: 13:00- 15:00; 
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Block 2: Course tutoring/teaching skills (Small Group Teacher Training)

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Aim
Introduction to teacher skills within a problem based learning environment, with a focus on group processes and group dynamics over a longer period of time.

 

 

Target group
All academic staff members who are leading students in tutorials, projects or other group work activities. You can only attend if you have a tutor role in the same period: it is a training on the job.
 

 

Duration
2 sessions of 3 hours and 2 sessions of 2 hours. 2 dayparts prior to the block and 2 dayparts during the block at mid-term.

 

Course dates
  • 03 Oct 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 24 Oct 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 21 Nov 2019: 13:00- 15:00; 
  • 10 Dec 2019: 13:00- 15:00; 
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  • 03 Oct 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 24 Oct 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 21 Nov 2019: 09:00- 11:00; 
  • 10 Dec 2019: 09:00- 11:00; 
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Block 3: Course tutoring/teaching skills

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Aim
Introduction to teacher skills within a problem based learning environment, with a focus on group processes and group dynamics over a longer period of time.

 

 

Target group
All academic staff members who are leading students in tutorials, projects or other group work activities. You can only attend if you have a tutor role in the same period: it is a training on the job.
 

 

Duration
2 sessions of 3 hours and 2 sessions of 2 hours. 2 dayparts prior to the block and 2 dayparts during the block at mid-term.

 

Course dates
  • 03 Dec 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 19 Dec 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 14 Jan 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
  • 23 Jan 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
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  • 03 Dec 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 19 Dec 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 14 Jan 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
  • 26 Mar 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
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Block 4: Course tutoring/teaching skills

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Aim
Introduction to teacher skills within a problem based learning environment, with a focus on group processes and group dynamics over a longer period of time.

 

 

Target group
All academic staff members who are leading students in tutorials, projects or other group work activities. You can only attend if you have a tutor role in the same period: it is a training on the job.
 

 

Duration
2 sessions of 3 hours and 2 sessions of 2 hours. 2 dayparts prior to the block and 2 dayparts during the block at mid-term.

 

Course dates
  • 14 Jan 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 30 Jan 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 03 Mar 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
  • 26 Mar 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
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  • 14 Jan 2020: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 30 Jan 2020: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 03 Mar 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
  • 26 Mar 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
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Block 5: Course tutoring/teaching skills (Small Group Teacher Training)

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Aim

Introduction to teacher skills within a problem based learning environment, with a focus on group processes and group dynamics over a longer period of time.

Target group

All academic staff members who are leading students in tutorials, projects or other group work activities.

Prerequisite

Introductory course to learning principles of PBL and being a tutor/teaching during the course. It is a training on the job.

Duration

2 times 3 hours and 2 times 2 hours. 2 dayparts prior to the block and 2 dayparts during the block.

Course dates
  • 17 Mar 2020: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 02 Apr 2020: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 28 Apr 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
  • 28 May 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
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  • 17 Mar 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 02 Apr 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 28 Apr 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
  • 28 May 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
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Block 6: Course tutoring/teaching skills (Small Group Teacher Training)

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Aim
Introduction to teacher skills within a problem based learning environment, with a focus on group processes and group dynamics over a longer period of time.

 

 

Target group
All academic staff members who are leading students in tutorials, projects or other group work activities. You can only attend if you have a tutor role in the same period: it is a training on the job.
 

 

Duration
2 times 3 hours and 2 times 2 hours. 2 Dayparts prior to the block and 2 dayparts during the block.

 

Course dates
  • 21 May 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 06 Jun 2019: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 19 Jun 2019: 13:00- 15:00; 
  • 27 Jun 2019: 13:00- 15:00; 
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  • 21 May 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 06 Jun 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 19 Jun 2019: 09:00- 11:00; 
  • 27 Jun 2019: 09:00- 11:00; 
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  • 19 May 2020: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 04 Jun 2020: 13:00- 16:00; 
  • 16 Jun 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
  • 25 Jun 2020: 13:00- 15:00; 
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  • 19 May 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 04 Jun 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
  • 16 Jun 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
  • 25 Jun 2020: 09:00- 11:00; 
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Constructie van bloktoetsvragen in Testlife

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Course dates
  • 12 Jun 2018: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Dispensation Introduction to PBL and Tutor/teaching

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Course dates
  • 01 Jun 2012: 0000- 0000; 
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Examiner course

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De examiner course is intended for staff members who have been appointed as examiner by one of the three examination committees at FHML. Those who have completed the UTQ are exempted for attendance of this course.

De examinatorentraining is bedoeld voor medewerkers die door een van de 3 examencommissies van FHML zijn benoemd tot examinator. Iedereen die de BKO heeft afgerond is vrijgesteld van deelname.

 

 

Course dates
  • 03 Oct 2019: 13:30- 16:30; 
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  • 10 Dec 2019: 13:30- 16:30; 
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Feedback op een simulatiepatiëntcontact (SPC)

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Course dates
  • 16 Sep 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 19 Sep 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Group dynamics in the CORE group: English on request

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Doel: het bekend raken met een aantal groepsdynamische aspecten van de werkwijze binnen de groepen in het CORE-onderwijs; het leren onderkennen daarvan en tenslotte handvaten krijgen om deze zo goed mogelijk te hanteren.

 

Indien u via de CORE-trainingen aan het BKO-traject wilt meedoen dan dient u de Introductional course in principles of PBL, de trainingen voor nieuwe CORE-docenten en de training groepsdynamica binnen CORE te hebben gevolgd.

 

Course dates
  • 04 Nov 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Interactive lecturing

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Course dates
  • 02 Apr 2019: 09:00- 12:30; 
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Introductie nieuwe mentoren masterfase - instructie (M. Govaerts)

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Course dates
  • 14 Sep 2017: 18:00- 20:00; 
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Introductie voor nieuwe CORE-docenten, deel I

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Course dates
  • 02 Sep 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 05 Sep 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Introductie voor nieuwe CORE-docenten, deel II

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Course dates
  • 02 Sep 2019: 13:00- 16:30; 
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  • 05 Sep 2019: 13:00- 16:30; 
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Introductional course in principles of PBL

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Aim
General introduction to PBL

 

Target group
All academic staff members within FHML both with and without educational roles

 

Duration
3 hours

Course dates
  • 19 Jun 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 22 Aug 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 27 Aug 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 26 Sep 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 27 Nov 2019: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 09 Jan 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 11 Mar 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 14 May 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
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  • 18 Jun 2020: 09:00- 12:00; 
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Klinisch opleiden: Basisvaardigheden

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Course dates
  • 13 Jun 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 14 Jun 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
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  • 20 Jun 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 21 Jun 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
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Klinisch opleiden: Beoordelen op de werkplek

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Course dates
  • 19 Jun 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
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Klinisch opleiden voor gevorderden: AIOS met een probleem

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Course dates
  • 25 Jun 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
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Klinisch opleiden voor gevorderden: Kwaliteit van opleiden

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Course dates
  • 23 May 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
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  • 27 Jun 2019: 09:00- 17:00; 
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Klinisch opleiden voor gevorderden: Regionale onderwijssamenwerking binnen de maatschap

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Course dates
  • 30 Mar 2018: 09:00- 17:00; 
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Master Mentoring skills

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Content

The goal of the Master mentor training is to practice mentoring skills and discuss student cases. The training will provide focus on skills and tools that FHML mentors need to guide students. The sessions will not focus on programme specific or educational issues such as using the student portal or EPASS, or reviewing portfolios.

 

 

Topics:

-   Initiation

-   Feedback

-   Reflection

-   Learning goals

 

 

Working format

We engage in active group discussion about the role of the mentor, the role of the student and the relationship between them. These discussions are stimulated with video clips of student interviews, recordings of so-called 'critical incidents' and case studies. Mentors can also discuss (anonymous) issues from their daily practice with fellow mentors.

 

 

 

Duration

Three sessions of three hours each (planned in agreement with participants and trainer), plus preparation time for each session.

 

 

Course dates
  • 24 Jan 2019: 13:30- 16:30; 
  • 04 Apr 2019: 13:30- 16:30; 
  • 06 Jun 2019: 13:30- 16:30; 
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Mentortraining Beoordelen Toetsmoment 1 (T1)

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Course dates
  • 12 Feb 2019: 18:00- 20:00; 
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Mentortraining Beoordelen Toetsmoment 2 (T2)

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Course dates
  • 14 Apr 2019: 16:00- 18:00; 
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Mentortraining Beoordelen Toetsmoment 3 (T3)

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Course dates
  • 08 Mar 2016: 17:00- 19:00; 
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PAC University Teaching Qualification / EVC Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs

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University Teaching Qualification (UTQ)

In order to improve the quality of university education and professional development of their teaching staff, FHML has recognised the - nationally mandatory - University Teaching Qualification (UTQ) and supports teachers in the (further) development of their teaching competences by offering a UTQ programme. Completion of the UTQ programme is mandatory for all teachers with B and C roles at FHML and is recommended for teachers with a A roles, researchers, and PhD candidates.

The UTQ can be attained in various ways, depending on the extent to which the UTQ competencies and underlying skills have already been developed and demonstrated. There are three ways to attain a UTQ, of which the UTQ programme is the most common choice:

1. Regular UTQ programme

2. PAC trajectory

3. UTQ exemption

 

1. Regular UTQ programme
 

Study load UTQ programme, teaching hours compensation, and accreditation
The complete UTQ programme has an average study load of 185 hours. These hours include attending the compulsory meetings, studying literature, applying newly acquired knowledge in practice, coaching, reflecting, and composing the UTQ portfolio.

The department receives 40 teaching hours to compensate for participation in the UTQ meetings. These hours will be granted once the UTQ certificate has been obtained. For PhDs, the UTQ programme is part of their standard training programme and, therefore, the compensation does not apply.

After full participation in the UTQ programme, medical specialists receive 30 credits for general training according to the ABAN registration. The hospital pharmacists (ZA) receive 20 credits through the ZA registration.

Basic requirements
Before you can sign up for the UTQ programme, you must meet the following basic requirements:

- Your head of department has agreed upon your participation.

- You have successfully completed the PBL introductory course (Principles of PBL).

- You have successfully completed a tutor (small-group teacher), mentor, or CORE training

- You have ample teaching experience. The minimum requirement is that you perform the role of tutor, mentor, or CORE trainer for the second time. However, a broader educational experience is preferred.

- You undertake teaching activities while following the UTQ programme. If this is not the case, your head of department should ensure that you can undertake the required educational activities.

Enrolment
If you meet the basic requirements, you can sign up for the UTQ programme by filling out this registration form: Register. After registration, you will receive an intake form.

Based on the information on the intake form, it will be decided whether the amount of educational activities you perform is sufficient to start the UTQ programme.

If the intake form is approved, your enrolment will be made final. In case of doubt, you will be invited to discuss the feasibility of the UTQ programme.

Contact
For any inquiries or questions, please contact the UTQ secretariat:
doc-prof@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

 

2. PAC trajectory (EVC)

Based on their previously acquired competences (PACs), teachers with ample theoretical and practical teaching experience may be eligible to follow a PAC trajectory and receive an exemption for the UTQ programme. Ample teaching experience is considered to be at least 5-10 years of significant teaching activities at higher education institutions.

Basic requirements of the PAC trajectory
Before you can make a request for a PAC trajectory, you must meet the following basic requirements:

- Your head of department has agreed upon your participation.

- You have successfully completed the PBL introductory course (Principles of PBL).

Enrolment
If you meet the basic requirements, you can sign up for the UTQ programme by filling out this register form: Register.  After registration, you will receive an intake form for composing a portfolio.

The PAC trajectory
You can start the PAC trajectory at any time. During the PAC trajectory, you will independently compose a portfolio with thorough reflections on the development of your core teaching competences and underlying skills, based on your experiences in educational practice. Your reflections are supported by evidence and educational literature. The PAC trajectory ends with an assessment of your portfolio during a meeting in which you have the opportunity to explain the content of your portfolio.

The duration of the PAC trajectory depends on the amount of time you want to put in composing your UTQ portfolio. As soon as you decide your portfolio is complete and ready for assessment, you can submit the portfolio via doc-prof-fhml@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

Teaching hours compensation
The department receives no teaching hours to compensate for participation in the PAC trajectory because it is assumed that, based on the educational experiences the teacher has, s/he is able to compose a UTQ portfolio with relatively limited effort.

Contact
For any inquiries or questions, please contact the UTQ coordinator (Pascal van Gerven, p.vangerven@maastrichtuniversity.nl).

 

3. UTQ exemption

If you have already completed a teacher training programme and have teaching experience that has resulted in  sufficiently developed teaching competences (i.e., the competences that are required for the UTQ), you can be exempted from the UTQ training programme.

The following training programmes may lead to UTQ exemption:

*‘Eerstegraads lerarenopleiding’ (NL)
*‘Tweedegraads lerarenopleiding’ (NL)
*Post-Graduate Certificate Education (PGCE), UK
*Master of Health Professions Education (MHPE), UM
*UTQ or equivalent certificate obtained at a Dutch university of applied sciences (training programme and portfolio must be submitted for assessment)
*Teaching minor at a higher education institution (minimum of 30 ECTS) leading to a teacher qualification, as is common in Flemish universities.

 This list is not conclusive and will be extended if it has been proven that the UTQ competences have been adequately assessed during another training programme.

Apply for a UTQ exemption

To apply for a UTQ exemption, please send a copy of the certificate(s) of the completed training programme(s) to doc-prof-fhml@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

Course dates
  • 01 Jan 2019: 09:00- 20:00; 
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Regular University Teaching Qualification/ Regulier Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs

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University Teaching Qualification (UTQ)

In order to improve the quality of university education and professional development of their teaching staff, FHML has recognised the - nationally mandatory - University Teaching Qualification (UTQ) and supports teachers in the (further) development of their teaching competences by offering a UTQ programme. Completion of the UTQ programme is mandatory for all teachers with B and C roles at FHML and is recommended for teachers with a A roles, researchers, and PhD candidates.

The UTQ can be attained in various ways, depending on the extent to which the UTQ competencies and underlying skills have already been developed and demonstrated. There are three ways to attain a UTQ, of which the UTQ programme is the most common choice:

1. Regular UTQ programme

2. PAC trajectory

3. UTQ exemption

 

1. Regular UTQ programme
 

Study load UTQ programme, teaching hours compensation, and accreditation
The complete UTQ programme has an average study load of 185 hours. These hours include attending the compulsory meetings, studying literature, applying newly acquired knowledge in practice, coaching, reflecting, and composing the UTQ portfolio.

The department receives 40 teaching hours to compensate for participation in the UTQ meetings. These hours will be granted once the UTQ certificate has been obtained. For PhDs, the UTQ programme is part of their standard training programme and, therefore, the compensation does not apply.

After full participation in the UTQ programme, medical specialists receive 30 credits for general training according to the ABAN registration. The hospital pharmacists (ZA) receive 20 credits through the ZA registration.

Basic requirements
Before you can sign up for the UTQ programme, you must meet the following basic requirements:

- Your head of department has agreed upon your participation.

- You have successfully completed the PBL introductory course (Principles of PBL).

- You have successfully completed a tutor (small-group teacher), mentor, or CORE training

- You have ample teaching experience. The minimum requirement is that you perform the role of tutor, mentor, or CORE trainer for the second time. However, a broader educational experience is preferred.

- You undertake teaching activities while following the UTQ programme. If this is not the case, your head of department should ensure that you can undertake the required educational activities.

Enrolment
If you meet the basic requirements, you can sign up for the UTQ programme by filling out this registration form: Register. After registration, you will receive an intake form.

Based on the information on the intake form, it will be decided whether the amount of educational activities you perform is sufficient to start the UTQ programme.

If the intake form is approved, your enrolment will be made final. In case of doubt, you will be invited to discuss the feasibility of the UTQ programme.

Contact
For any inquiries or questions, please contact the UTQ secretariat:
doc-prof@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

 

2. PAC trajectory (EVC)

Based on their previously acquired competences (PACs), teachers with ample theoretical and practical teaching experience may be eligible to follow a PAC trajectory and receive an exemption for the UTQ programme. Ample teaching experience is considered to be at least 5-10 years of significant teaching activities at higher education institutions.

Basic requirements of the PAC trajectory
Before you can make a request for a PAC trajectory, you must meet the following basic requirements:

- Your head of department has agreed upon your participation.

- You have successfully completed the PBL introductory course (Principles of PBL).

Enrolment
If you meet the basic requirements, you can sign up for the UTQ programme by filling out this register form: Register.  After registration, you will receive an intake form for composing a portfolio.

The PAC trajectory
You can start the PAC trajectory at any time. During the PAC trajectory, you will independently compose a portfolio with thorough reflections on the development of your core teaching competences and underlying skills, based on your experiences in educational practice. Your reflections are supported by evidence and educational literature. The PAC trajectory ends with an assessment of your portfolio during a meeting in which you have the opportunity to explain the content of your portfolio.

The duration of the PAC trajectory depends on the amount of time you want to put in composing your UTQ portfolio. As soon as you decide your portfolio is complete and ready for assessment, you can submit the portfolio via doc-prof-fhml@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

Teaching hours compensation
The department receives no teaching hours to compensate for participation in the PAC trajectory because it is assumed that, based on the educational experiences the teacher has, s/he is able to compose a UTQ portfolio with relatively limited effort.

Contact
For any inquiries or questions, please contact the UTQ coordinator (Pascal van Gerven, p.vangerven@maastrichtuniversity.nl).

 

3. UTQ exemption

If you have already completed a teacher training programme and have teaching experience that has resulted in  sufficiently developed teaching competences (i.e., the competences that are required for the UTQ), you can be exempted from the UTQ training programme.

The following training programmes may lead to UTQ exemption:

*‘Eerstegraads lerarenopleiding’ (NL)
*‘Tweedegraads lerarenopleiding’ (NL)
*Post-Graduate Certificate Education (PGCE), UK
*Master of Health Professions Education (MHPE), UM
*UTQ or equivalent certificate obtained at a Dutch university of applied sciences (training programme and portfolio must be submitted for assessment)
*Teaching minor at a higher education institution (minimum of 30 ECTS) leading to a teacher qualification, as is common in Flemish universities.

 This list is not conclusive and will be extended if it has been proven that the UTQ competences have been adequately assessed during another training programme.

Apply for a UTQ exemption

To apply for a UTQ exemption, please send a copy of the certificate(s) of the completed training programme(s) to doc-prof-fhml@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

 

Course dates
  • 22 Jan 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 19 Feb 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 25 Mar 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 22 Apr 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 06 May 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
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  • 13 May 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 17 Jun 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 08 Jul 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 09 Sep 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
  • 28 Oct 2020: 09:00- 17:00; 
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Waiting for response - choise tutortraining

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Course dates
  • 23 Jan 2018: 0000- 0000; 
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