Professional Development for Teaching & Learning
At EDLAB we work closely with UM teaching staff to help develop and implement innovative teaching practices and promote the quality of UM education. This is achieved through our various Innovation Projects, as well as through the many Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities we offer for teaching staff. Through courses, workshops, symposia, discussion panels and online resources UM staff can stay on top of their teaching game.
Continuing Professional Development
Complementing the training opportunities within the academic faculties, EDLAB offers a range of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities for UM teaching staff with a University Teaching Qualification (UTQ) and with a teaching load of greater than 160 hours per year . Our aim is to build a strong teaching community where staff can learn from and during their work in order to apply new educational knowledge and skills to the teaching tasks at hand. CPD offers opportunities for continuous learning and development whereby staff can make choices based on their developmental goals regarding what, when and how they learn.
Training for Board Members
If you are a member of a UM Board of Examiners (BoE) or an Education Programme Committee (EPC) EDLAB offer a range of training for you. This includes introductory basic training aimed at new members, where you will be introduced to the WHW (the Dutch Higher Education Legislation), its interpretation and consequences for you in your particular role. In addition to these basic training sessions we also arrange thematic training for more experienced members. Here we work together with your Chairs to find the right trainers and topics for you. On this page you can find out more about the training on offer and register for upcoming sessions, we are also keen to hear from you if you have other development needs not yet addressed.