UTQ Introduction meeting

Course schedule

Dates Start time End time Location Coordinator registrations
13 September 2022 10:00 12:00 Atlas B:104, meeting room 2 Smolenaars, Han 13 / 14 Registration ended at 13/08/2022
10 November 2022 13:00 15:00 Atlas B:104, meeting room 2 Köhler, Roos 14 / 14 Registration ended at 08/11/2022
17 January 2023 10:00 12:00 Atlas 2 Korf, Frikkie 19 / 20 Registration ended at 17/12/2022
02 March 2023 10:00 12:00 Atlas 1 Korf, Frikkie 9 / 14 Registration ended at 24/02/2023
25 May 2023 10:00 12:00 Kroon, Hubertie 11 / 14 Apply

Course description

In this meeting you will get information about the University Teaching Qualification programme (UTQ; in Dutch BKO). After this meeting you will know when and how to start, how much time it takes and what your strengths and points for development are in relation to the UTQ competences. There is also time to ask questions.

NB. if you are not admitted to the meeting, because it is full, you are not automatically enrolled in the next. For this reason we advise you to subscribe to another meeting already, if you are placed on the waitinglist. 

Target group

All teaching staff interested in (or considering) participating in the UTQ are welcome to join this meeting. Please note that you should be actively involved in the entire cycle of a course if you wish to enter the UTQ.

Admission requirements for the UTQ trajectory

To develop the UTQ competences it is necessary that you have experience with various teaching duties. Teaching includes 3 aspects: preparing and conducting education for large groups (from lectures to exams), guiding teaching in small groups (seminars, group work), conducting education in one-to-one coaching situations (theses, internship). In showing your competence you can use cases from different courses as well as from supervision (thesis, internship, ACT coaching) experiences.

Admission criteria

You can enter the UTQ trajectory when you are either:
1. coordinator or delegated coordinator of a course

2. actively involved in the entire cycle of a course; from (re)design, teaching, assessment, to evaluation.