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The TRaK Route to HEA Professional Recognition

What is TRaK?

The Teaching Recognition at Kings programme offers the opportunity for King's staff involved in teaching and supporting learning to apply for HEA professional recognition, an internationally recognised badge of professional success.

There are four levels of fellowship to apply for;


Who Can Apply?

TRaK is open to different levels of staff at King's, whether you are an early career researcher, a library and information services staff, a learning technologist or an experience academic member of staff involved in strategic planning, teaching and supporting learning. The key requirement is that you should be contributing to teaching and learning.

If you are a member of academic staff on probation with less than 3 years of teaching experience (at King's or at your previous institution) you are normally required to register on the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) or Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education (PGCCE) as the principal route to achieving HEA fellowship.


Why Apply for HEA Professional Recognition?
  •  Share good practice with your colleagues.
  •  Apply for higher levels of recognition.
  •  Become a mentor.
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