Our skilled and motivated staff are integral to providing the best teaching and learning outcomes for students, which is why we provide a range of programs and resources aimed at enhancing your skills.

From the moment you start at UQ, support is available through orientation programs for new academics, short courses (online and in-person), professional development resources and higher education research opportunities.

Professional learning programs

An introduction to teaching and learning at UQ for lecturers and course coordinators (four sessions over one semester).
An introduction to teaching and learning at UQ for tutors and casual academic sessional staff (three sessions over one semester).
A semester-long program for UQ tutors leading to the Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
For emerging leaders in teaching and learning at UQ – pathway to Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.


 

HEA@UQ program

International accreditation of your teaching and learning practice through the Higher Education Academy (HEA)

 

Events, short courses and workshops

Prof-dev-courses

Twice a year, a program of online and in-person activities designed to help you prepare course materials for the upcoming semester.
A range of hands-on workshops (in-person and online) covering eLearning tools training, pedagogical workshops, educational media production and entrepreneurial education.
There are multiple opportunities to connect with peers for teaching support: from Communities of Practice, peer observation of teaching and one-on-one support consultations.
Learn at your own pace with online courses offered by UQ Professional Learning. You can also access specialised podcasts.
A framework to guide your teaching expertise development at UQ, regardless of where you are at in your career.