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Centre for Higher Education Practice

PREP Framework Writing Workshop for Associate Fellow, Fellow and Senior Fellow applications  Event

Time:
09:30 - 11:30
Date:
5 April 2019
Venue:
venue details will be emailed to you after booking

Event details

This workshop offers space to further the writing of your portfolio with the support of individuals who are experienced PREP mentors and portfolio reviewers. Before attending we expect you to have attended a briefing session and to have completed the first stage mapping of your activities against the appropriate fellowship requirements of the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF). The workshop is intended to help you to revise your mapping, select appropriate examples to further develop into your case descriptions and progress with the writing of one or more case descriptions. Whatever point you have reached in your writing, this workshop is designed to support you in moving your journey forward and creating a plan for completion. The sessions will include brief presentations from the tutors, personal work and individual/pair/group discussion with the tutors.

Target Audience: PREP Associate Fellow, Fellow and Senior Fellow applicants (D1-D3)

Pre-requisites: Participants should have attended a PREP Framework Briefing session or equivalent and begun to write their portfolio.

You can expect to learn about:
• The scope and key characteristics of the UKPSF Associate Fellow, Fellow and Senior Fellow Descriptors
• Key evidence to include
• Structuring your case descriptions
• Evidencing the Descriptor / Reflective writing in the PREP context
• The portfolio review process and role of the professional conversation
  (There is no professional conversation for D1 & D2)


Led by: Paul Riddy (Centre for Higher Education Practice) and David Read (Chemistry)

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