Postgraduates (and others) who teach: Engineering and Materials

free 
This one day workshop is designed for postgraduate students and other non-permanent academic staff / associates who are involved in teaching and supporting student learning specifically in the Engineering and Materials disciplines. For example delegates may be teaching, demonstrating, doing laboratory/workshop supervision, guest lecturing, marking, etc. For further details about this event and to make a booking click here.
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