Information Sessions

For more information about these development activities please contact Talent & Organisational Development.

Information Sessions with People, Talent & Culture

APR
16

Academic promotion – Preparing a teaching case for promotion

Facilitators: Sheridan Gentili and Justene Knight
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Friday 16 April
Time: 10.00am – 11.30am
Location: Training room (AU2-02), 101 Currie Street

This workshop will assist academics in preparing for academic promotion including:

  • What is excellence in Teaching & Learning
  • Benchmarking against the UniSA Teaching & Learning framework
  • How you build and evidence your case for promotion. 

This session will include time to ask specific questions.  

 REGISTER HERE

APR
20

 

Academic promotion – How to find and use data and navigating an ASAR

Facilitators: BIP’s Ben Kernich, Jess McRae & Michael Crisp, representatives from the Library and Justene Knight
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Tuesday 20 April
Time: 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Location: City West – via live broadcast.

This zoom session will help you understand and navigate around the components of your academic staff activity report (ASAR) and then look at where you can find other validated data to use when preparing your application for academic promotion.

The session will be recorded.

 REGISTER HERE

MAY
6

Applying for Academic Promotion - information, overview & Q&A with ELT

Facilitators: David Lloyd, Jane Booth, Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Acting Provost and Justene Knight
Target Group: Academics (Levels A - D)
Date: Thursday 6 May 2021
Time: 12.00pm - 1.00pm
Location: Virtual workshop (you will receive a separate email with your Zoom registration instructions following workshop confirmation)

An information, overview and Q&A session to provide academics thinking about applying for promotion at UniSA with advice.

It will give you the opportunity to hear from the Vice Chancellor and other senior members of promotion panels about what they want to see in a good application for academic promotion. There will be an opportunity for you to directly ask them questions via the chat function.

This session will be recorded.


 REGISTER HERE

MAY
6

Academic Promotion - information, overview & Q&A with Executive Deans

Facilitators: Andrew Beer, Joanne Cys, Shane Dawson, Roger Eston, Paula Geldens, Esther May, Julie Mills and Justene Knight
Target Group: Academics (Levels A - D)
Date: Thursday 6 May 2021
Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm
Location: Virtual workshop (you will receive a separate email with your Zoom registration instructions following workshop confirmation)

An information, overview and Q&A session to provide academics thinking about applying for promotion at UniSA with practical advice.

It will give you the opportunity to hear from the Executive Deans about what you need to prepare when considering applying and what they want to see in a good application for academic promotion. There will be an opportunity for you to directly ask them questions via the chat function.


 REGISTER HERE

MAY
13

Applying for Academic promotion - Applying for Levels B & C (Enterprising Women's Development Program)

Facilitators: Professor Joanne Cys, Professor Julie Mills and Justene Knight
Target group: Academic women (Levels A – B)
Date: Thursday 13 May 2021
Time: 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Location: Virtural workshop (you will receive a separate email with your Zoom registration instructions following workshop confirmation)

This workshop is designed to support women applying for academic promotion to Levels B and C. This session will be delivered via zoom and provide an opportunity to hear from a senior woman who is a member of a promotion panel to understand what to consider and how to turn thoughts of applying for academic promotion into action. You will also have the opportunity to ask practical questions about applying for promotion via the chat function.

 REGISTER HERE 

MAY
13

Applying for Senior Academic promotion - Applying for Levels D & E (Enterprising Women's Development Program)

Facilitators: Jane Booth & Justene Knight
Target group: Academic women (Levels C – D)
Date: Thursday 13 May 2021
Time: 2.00pm – 3.00pm
Location: Virtural workshop (you will receive a separate email with your Zoom registration instructions following workshop confirmation)

This workshop is designed to support women applying for senior academic promotion to Levels D and E. This session will be delivered via zoom and provide an opportunity to hear from a senior woman who is a member of the senior academic promotion panel to understand the importance of leadership in your application. You will also have the opportunity to ask practical questions about applying for promotion via the chat function.

 REGISTER HERE 

MAY
18

Academic Promotion – Preparing a teaching case for promotion (repeat)

Facilitators: Sheridan Gentili & Justene Knight
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Tuesday 18 May 2021
Time: 1.00pm – 2.30pm
Location: Delivered face to face. Training room (AU2-02), 101 Currie Street

This workshop will assist academics in preparing for academic promotion including:
• What is excellence in Teaching & Learning
• Benchmarking against the UniSA Teaching & Learning framework
• How you build and evidence your case for promotion.


This session will include time to ask specific questions.

 REGISTER HERE 

MAY
20

Academic promotion - How to find and use data and navigating an ASAR 

Facilitators: BIP’s Ben Kernich, Jess McRae & Michael Crisp, representatives from the Library & Justene Knight
Target group: Academic women (Levels A – D)
Date: Thursday 20 May 2021
Time: 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Location: Virtural workshop (you will receive a separate email with your Zoom registration instructions following workshop confirmation)

This zoom session will help you understand and navigate around the components of your academic staff activity report (ASAR) and then look at where you can find other validated data to use when preparing your application for academic promotion.


The session will be recorded.

 REGISTER HERE