The Teaching & Learning Academy (TLA). Led by the TLA Consortium - a partnership of Higher Education Institutions with a strong commitment to Continuing Professional Development. What is the Teaching & Learning Academy?
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Led by the TLA Consortium - a partnership of Higher Education Institutions with a strong commitment to Continuing Professional Development
A professional membership organisation which offers a flexible professional development framework for the wider school/academy/college workforce
In June 2010 there was a change of ownership following the Government’s decision to bring forward legislation to abolish the GTCE.
It is led by a consortium of higher education institutions. The consortium of 8 universities and colleges has a long-standing commitment to teacher education and professional development.
A flexible professional learning framework which provides all staff with the opportunity to engage with small-scale practice-based projects and either gain national recognition and/or credits for the work undertaken.
Recognition Project 1
Total of 60 credits at each level
Recognition Project 2
* Any member of Wider School / College Workforce
Individual becomes an Associate after completing a Recognition project
Individual becomes a Member after completing 30 credits of TLA Accredited Learning
An individual can move from Recognition 1 to either Recognition 2 or one of the accredited levels (depending on previous qualifications / credits)
An individual may choose to only complete Recognition.
Levels refer to levels on the FHEQ.