Arena One: Teaching Associate Programme (TAP) Registration
|Teaching Associate Programme 2020/21|
|Places on the Teaching Associate Programme are limited and there will be a requirement of teaching experience concurrent with the programme. Places will be allocated first come, first served, with priority given to postgraduates with more substantial teaching responsibilities. |
Please note that the Teaching Associate Programme requires a substantial time commitment: we expect participants to attend at least four sessions of their group and to engage with materials and activities between sessions. Please discuss with your supervisor before applying, and if you do not think you can commit to this, please think carefully about registering as this is a highly popular course!
Attendance at a Gateway (or departmental equivalent) is required to progress onto TAP. If you have not registered for a Gateway workshop, please do so here: https://opinio.ucl.ac.uk/s?s=38894
Prior training or a departmental equivalent might be considered a substitute for attendance at a Gateway workshop: please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this, giving details of the training you have attended/will attend.
Arena One: TAP is for current PhD students only.
If you have any questions regarding the Arena One programme, to see whether it is right for you or to find out more about academic development for PGTA's at UCL,please email email@example.com
Please note that this is a waiting list, we will contact you as soon as the dates for the new accademic year are released.
|1. ||Please enter you UCL UPI number |
UCL email address:
Please Do Not use your user-ID - i.e. :
'firstname.lastname@example.org' or we won't be able to process your application. Also, double check that the email address you provide is correct as it will be used to confirm your place into the session, to enrol you into the Arena One Moodle and to inform you of changes in schedule or location.
|7. ||School |
|8. ||Please confirm you are a UCL PhD student|
|9. ||Please write a brief statement ( 150 words max) explaining your motivation for applying for TAP, and how you think the course will benefit your professional development as a research student at UCL.|