The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Vice-President works collaboratively with the University of Canberra community in the continuous improvement of our learning and teaching, and student support services. We provide extensive learning support services, both online and face-to-face, to help our students achieve their academic goals, and we are proud of the University of Canberra’s reputation for producing skilled and experienced graduates with a professional edge.

Find out more at the Learning at UC website here.


If you are an academic staff member, the University provides you with a range of opportunities to develop your teaching skills and excellence:

Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education

The Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (GCTE) offers a personalised, flexible, self-organised, self-directed and self-paced course for academic educators. The qualification works within a scaffolded and supported framework, and the course outcomes align with the requirements of an application to the Higher Education Academy (HEA) for a Level 2 Fellowship.

Find out more here (UC staff log in required).

Higher Education Academy Fellowships

The University provides support to academic staff wishing to develop and submit applications for Higher Education Academy Fellowships. Email tl@canberra.edu.au to express your interest in finding out more.

Certificate of Teaching

The University’s CoT is a short online course in tertiary teaching essentials which can act as an introduction for new teaching staff or a refresher for the more experienced.  This short, self-paced and flexible course will contribute to your professional development by enhancing your capabilities as an educator.

More information can be found here.

For staff wishing to enrol free, they can do so on the Certificate of Teaching Moodle Site.

Innovation and skills workshops

See the program of workshops here (UC staff log in required).

Help

The University of Canberra provides a range of tools to enable our academic staff to provide students with rich and varied learning experiences. If you need support or assistance in learning about these tools, and effective ways of embedding them into your teaching practice, make an appointment with an educational designer.

Find out about the help available here.


If you have information you would like included in the next UCLearn newsletter or blog, which is related to teaching and learning and/or student experience, then please send it through to Rebecca.Hawkins@canberra.edu.au