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Associate Fellowship (AFSEDA)
Who is it for? Associate Fellowship of SEDA (AFSEDA) is designed for SEDA members (individual or associate) who have some involvement in academic development. This might include people in roles such as early career academic developers, departmental learning and teaching co-ordinators, and others such as learning support staff and those involved in substantial projects or change initiatives. It is a developmental stage on the path towards achieving the Fellowship of SEDA.
Registering for Associate Fellowship Associate Fellowship is achieved by registering on the scheme and engaging in a range of face-to-face and/or online developmental activities. Examples of relevant activities are attending SEDA conferences, workshops or the SEDA Summer School, taking an online course, or working in support groups.
At the end of your first year of registration, you will be invited to construct a statement describing how you have demonstrated the SEDA values in your practice, together with a brief personal development plan for how you expect to attain the full Fellowship. During your second year as an AFSEDA, you will normally take the accredited course, Supporting and Leading Educational Change, which will qualify you for the full Fellowship.
Please email email@example.com if you wish to register for Associate Fellowship.
How Much Does it Cost?
Recurrent annual cost = £30 (Associate Fellowship fee) + £101 (Individual Membership of SEDA)
OR £66 (Associate Membership of SEDA).
There is a register of all categories of Fellowship holders on the SEDA website.