Curiosity revived the Catherine: reflections on PCUTL

by Catherine Emmett (LTET)
One of the paths of staff development possible to teaching staff, and teaching-related staff such as learning technologists, at Cardiff is the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning (PCUTL). I’ve been doing PCUTL myself and found out last week that I’ve passed. Having received the good news, it seemed like a good time to write about my personal experiences of doing PCUTL.

What is PCUTL?

PCUTL is one of the ways in which the University supports staff to develop and reflect upon their teaching and support of learning. The programme provides an opportunity for personal development through critical, scholarship-underpinned exploration of teaching and learning support for all staff across their career span.” (from the PCUTL website)

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