Learning and Teaching Promotions
This page sets out guidance for staff who may require further information regarding opportunities for promotion within or transfer to the Learning and Teaching job family.
The structure detailed below is linked to the College’s Learning and Teaching Strategy. The Strategy aims to establish a culture that values teaching as highly as research and to establish new ways for students to contribute to the educational experience.
Staff may follow two paths, one which follows the Academic Promotions guidance and one which follows the Learning and Teaching Promotions guidance below.
- Download the Learning &Teaching Job Family - Briefing for Staff [pdf]
- Download the Learning and Teaching Promotions FAQ [PDF]
The completed form should be sent by e-mail to: Learning-and-Teaching-Promotion@imperial.ac.uk
Deadlines of Promotion 2023:
- 14 April: Closing date to submit application
- 11 August: Closing date to submit application
- 10 November: Closing date to submit application
Current L&T Role Profiles
Learning Job Family - Learning Technologist Role Profiles- Representative Work Activities
Teaching Job Family - Teaching Fellow Role Profiles - Representative Work Activities
- Assistant Teaching Fellow & Teaching Fellow roles
- Senior Teaching Fellow & Principal Teaching Fellow roles
- Teaching Fellow roles (title under review - equivalent to Level 6)
The Learning and Teaching Job Family also includes three Academic roles: Associate Professor of Education, Reader in Education and Professor of Education. Full information on criteria and how to apply for promotion may be found on the Academic Promotions' webpage.
Current L&T Guidance & Forms
New Teaching Role Profiles
New Teaching Role Profiles are to be implemented later in the year.
Please note: There will be a new Promotions Process for Teaching staff to coincide with the 2024 Academic promotions round. Applications will be subject to the criteria outlined in the new Teaching role profiles. The new Teaching promotions guidance and related documentation is currently being developed and will be available on the Learning and Teaching webpages once finalised.
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