Do you want to develop your teaching practice, gain further teaching opportunities and contribute to the University-wide development programme at Liverpool?
The Liverpool Doctoral College Development Team offer a programme of webinar and workshops to learn and practice skills in facilitation and to develop techniques to create your own development workshops. This programme is open to all postgraduate researchers at Liverpool.
This series also offers essential preparation for those who would like to join our Development Tutor Scheme and gain paid work experience teaching on the LDC Development programme.
“Developing my skills as a facilitator with the LDC Development team has been very worthwhile. I’ve been able to work in a number of roles – assisting with the delivery of workshops and webinars, collaborating on the development of new programme activities, and leading my own sessions teaching other PhD students. The work has been enjoyable and my confidence in public speaking has improved a lot’. Natasha Bradley, Institute of Psychology, Health and Society.
Facilitation webinars and workshops:
Please following links for further details and registration
|Webinar: Introduction to Facilitation||30-Apr||12:30 – 13:30|
|Becoming a Facilitator||08-May||09:30 – 12:30|
|Webinar: Designing Workshops||14-May||12:30 – 13:30|
|Facilitating Workshops||23-May||13:00 – 15:30|
Development Tutor Scheme
All postgraduate researchers at the University are invited to apply for this programme, which offers an opportunity to:
- Learn new skills in facilitation and how to use these skills to create your own workshops
- Gain paid experience delivering or assisting at LDC Development workshops and webinars
- Shape and contribute to the development programme offered to all PGRs at Liverpool
- Add to your CV
You will be paid for both delivery and preparation. This scheme is flexible, with opportunities to work at times to fit your own schedules and gain the experience most relevant to your ambitions. The scheme offers the following opportunities:
Assistance at workshops and webinars: We are looking for tutors to support the delivery of workshops, particularly ‘Taking Ownership of the PhD’ and to assist at webinars, where you can join the presenter in delivery and share your own experiences.
Deliver your own workshops and webinars: Do you have an idea for a topic that you’d like to deliver as a development workshop or webinar? We offer opportunities in our programme and the support and advice to help you convert your idea into practice.
Co-deliver the development of new webinars: We welcome new ideas for the webinar programme from researchers who would like to work with us in the development and delivery of these sessions, which may then become part of our formal programme.
For further information please contact Dr Shirley Cooper, Shirley.firstname.lastname@example.org