Workshop details


Due to covid-19 restrictions the full-day face-to-face version of this workshop has been suspended and a half-day version has been adapted for online delivery. The online version will be offered in 2020-21 on the following dates:

  • Monday 23 November 10.00-12.00
  • Friday 29 January 10.00-12.00
  • Wednesday 24 March 14.00-16.00
  • Thursday 06 May 10.00-12.00

The online workshop will consist of a two-hour live synchronous session on MS Teams plus one hour of pre-session work and one hour of post-session work.

Dates for 2021-22 will be advertised from August. Please subscribe to the EDU newsletter to receive updates on forthcoming EDU offerings.



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Who should attend?

This one-day workshop is compulsory for new non-clinical lecturers and is intended for staff who are beginning to teach undergraduate and/or postgraduate students at Imperial. The workshop has been adapted for online delivery and addresses the same intended learning outcomes as the face-to-face workshop. The online version consists of a two-hour live synchronous session on MS Teams, plus one hour of pre-session work and one hour of post-session work. There is a specially designed variant of this workshop for staff in the Faculty of Medicine.

It is an opportunity for new and experienced staff to consider the factors that influence the manner in which students learn, and how teachers can best facilitate that learning across the whole range of their work. As well as considering relevant teaching and learning methods, course participants will take part in a number of learning activities and will be encouraged to reflect on their own teaching responsibilities.

This workshop has considerable overlap with Introduction to teaching and learning in the Faculty of Medicine, which is specifically designed for clinicians and those working in the Faculty of Medicine. We do not recommend that you attend both workshops.

Key areas

Imperial STAR Framework

This workshop is particularly suitable for those seeking recognition at D1 or D2 level of the Imperial STAR Framework. It addresses the following dimensions of the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) (at Higher Education Academy): A1, A2, A4, K1, K2, K3, V1, V2, V4.