The Brilliant Club
The Brilliant Club is an external, not-for-profit organisation specialising in training and supporting doctoral students and research staff to support pupils from under-represented backgrounds to progress to highly-selective universities. The Brilliant Club offers a limited number of places on an enhanced development programme that equips researchers to deliver universitystyle tutorials based on their own research. Researchers are paid £500 for each placement they undertake. Further information: www.thebrilliantclub.org
Many PGR students contribute to teaching as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) within their department - or sometimes in other departments running programmes in their areas of expertise. Your department will normally notify you about such opportunities.
King’s Academy is a centre for educational development dedicated to supporting staff in teaching and all aspects of education. It runs a programme to help prepare Graduate Teaching Assistants for their roles and become skilful and reflective teachers.
See the GTA Development Programme pages for details of the current GTA Development programme.