Facilitation excellence is increasingly being acknowledged as a key success factor within the higher education community. Creating an engaging environment for students requires facilitators to embrace principals of adult learning and to accommodate learning preferences of students. As stated in the National Framework for Enhancing Academics as University Teachers, “Academics are appointed primarily for the disciplinary expertise and research capacity and it is not reasonable to assume that they will automatically be well-equipped to carry out this task [of a scholarly and professional approach to teaching].”
This short course is designed to develop or update the facilitation skills of lecturers and aspirant lectures through an interactive short course format. We will share best practice teaching techniques drawing on FPDs 23-years’ experience of providing adult education to more than 450 000 students across 14 countries.
Lecturers and aspirant educators and trainers with an interest in embracing teaching excellence.
The programme will be combination of the following learning interventions:
To enable facilitators and subject experts to transfer their knowledge and skills through effective and efficient teaching practices designed to meet the need of adult learners within the higher education framework.
The study material will cover the following modules:
A certificate of completion will be awarded on successful completion of assessment and workshop attendance.
R 3 164.17 (Inclusive of all VAT and Taxes where applicable)
Thursday, 14 & Friday, 15 November 2019.
FPD Head Office, Pretoria.
Dr. Gustaaf Wolvaardt
Tel: 012 816 9000
Address: PO Box 75324, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040