Teaching Qualifications: Fellowship of the HEA
HEA refers to the Higher Education Academy (heacademy.ac.uk). Achieving Fellowship of the HEA at any level is an internationally recognised method of accrediting your experience in teaching.
At the University of Lincoln, we are proud to note the high levels of teaching qualifications among our teaching staff, from those staff who have undertaken a PGCE or similar, to those staff who are engaged with the Fellowship scheme of the Higher Education Academy.
At Lincoln, HEA accreditation is currently achieved through direct application to the Higher Education Academy, with support from your College Director of Education (or Professional Services equivalent) and other key staff, and is facilitated by the LALT Engagement Team. The application and references are submitted directly to the HEA for assessment, which can take up to 12 weeks.
For more information on teaching qualifications at the University of Lincoln, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a current member of staff who is interested in HEA accreditation, more information is available on the LALT Resource Hub.