Education Development Service (EDS)
EDS works with academic schools, staff, students, professional services and BCUSU, bringing together innovators and their good practice to address priorities in the University's Strategic Plan.
CAS is here for all and can advise you on a range of academic, technical and numerical topics. With one to one tutorials, regular workshops, and our collection of online resources we can aid you in developing these skills.
Graduate+ is an awards programme which records a range of activities in addition to your degree. These are recorded within your own award on the Graduate+ website as you work towards Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum level.
The University’s hardship fund provides help to students experiencing financial difficulties due to an unplanned shortfall in funding. A number of funds are offered to support you to achieve a positive outcome from your time here.
The APA/PGCert(HE) is designed for new to HE staff who have a responsibility for learning, teaching assessment. Find out about the course commitments or register your interest.
The University's Professional Standards Framework can help you to achieve Fellowship of the HEA. Book an introductory workshop, or see how to submit an application.
Staff can access a range of individual professional development opportunities, including the online PGCert, and a variety of accredited SEDA courses.
TELT supports and advises academic staff across the University with learning technology, including Moodle and Mahara. Support is provided via email, telephone, in-person and workshops.
CAS works with staff from across the University to explore and address students' needs in academic and assessment literacy skills. Access our resources, or find out who to contact to help embed these.
Academic Programme Support can advise on a range of programme, course and module enquiries. Find out about our support for course leaders, course team consultancy and LEGs.
EDS deliver several conferences and events throughout the year. Find out more about these, and how to attend.
Our projects provide opportunities for students and staff to design interventions that improve the student experience. See more on SAP and StAMP and the Learning Labs that accompany them.
Our EDS library contains a variety of resources. These include guidance documents, case studies, journal articles other publications.
Get in touch
We have a strong ethos for partnership working and welcome collaboration from across the institution. Please get in touch for a conversation about enhancing the staff and student learning experience.
Director of the Education Development Service
Head of Digital Academic Practice
Head of Learner Development
Hardship Funds Manager
Finance and Administration Manager