Teaching.

Recent experience

Professional Skills Project Officer
 

University of St Andrews,

Centre for Educational Enhancement and Development (CEED)

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  • Designing, developing, and delivering workshops to support students' development of their professional skills. Topics include: leadership, communication, reflection, presentation, team-work, and time management skills.

  • Workshops are delivered for students at all Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels.

  • Individually managed the annual Student Leader of the Year award for 2021, involving creating promotion materials, organising nominations, and judging applicants. Successful promotion led to a record number of applications - 83. 

  • Materials delivered have been praised by the project lead as "very high quality" and by attending students as engaging, interactive, clear, and useful.

Previous modules taught on

MN2002: Management & Analysis

Module Tutor

Spring term 2018

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Undergraduate level course

MN2001: Management & Society

University of St Andrews, School of Management

Module Tutor

Autumn term 2017

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Undergraduate level course

MN2112: Enterprise & Creativity

University of St Andrews, School of Management

Module Coach

Spring term 2017

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Undergraduate level course

University of St Andrews, School of Management

Training & Qualifications

Advance HE Associate Fellowship 

Awarded June 2021

Awarded by Advance HE

The Mechanics of Learning

Completed February 2020

Led by Dr Rebecca Wilson, Centre for Academic, Professional, and Organisational Development (CAPOD)

Student Mental Health Toolkit Training

Completed May 2018

Led by Centre for Academic, Professional, and Organisational Development (CAPOD)

Tutoring in the Arts: An Introduction

Completed September 2017

Led by Dr Heather McKiggan-Fee, Centre for Academic, Professional, and Organisational Development (CAPOD)

Assessment & Academic Misconduct (Arts)

Completed September 2017

Led by Dr Heather-McKiggan-Fee, Centre for Academic, Professional, and Organisational Development (CAPOD)