Gary Riley-Jones, TEAP Officer 2018-20, with 7 of our 15 newly accredited TEAP fellows at the BALEAP Biennial held at the University of Leeds in April. Certificate recipients from left to right: Milena Marinkova (Fellow, Leeds), Alison Thomas (Senior Fellow, Edinburgh), Ramona Pistol (Associate Fellow, Northampton), Stella Smyth (Associate Fellow, Heriot-Watt), Katherine High (Fellow, Bristol), Elizabeth Allen (Senior Fellow, TEAP Mentor & Assessor, Bristol) and Rebecca Welland (Fellow, Bath). Congratulations also to those who were unable to attend.
The BASC has ratified the following TEAP Fellowships from the June and November 2018 submissions:
Elizabeth Allen, University of Bristol (Senior Fellow 2018, now also TEAP Mentor & Assessor)
Alison Thomas, University of Edinburgh
Katherine High, University of Bristol
Milena Marinkova, University of Leeds
Rebecca Welland, University of Bath
Robert Coates, Heriot-Watt University
Adam Donnelly, University of Glasgow
Elena Moore, Heriot-Watt University
Alexander Nikolaou, University of Bristol
Ramona Pistol, University of Northampton
Ryan Simpson, University of Bristol
Stella Smyth, Heriot-Watt University
Mercedes Villalba, University of Bristol
Rachel Wood, University of Bristol
Many congratulations to you all on your well deserved achievement!
These members have worked hard on their TEAP portfolio as part of their CPD and commitment to EAP.
A full list of TEAP Fellows can be found here.
BALEAP members are reminded that 30 November 2019 is the deadline for the current round of portfolio submissions for the Individual Accreditation Scheme (TEAP Scheme). Register your interest with participants in your institution and/or by contacting TEAP@baleap.org. Questions can also be posted on the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/642967865851174/.
TEAP applications can be made twice a year, in June and November. The next deadlines are:
You will need to be a BALEAP member (either individual or covered by an institutional membership) in order to apply. Your membership needs to be active on the website at the point of application, and you will need to be logged in. Only members will be able to make payments and submit their portfolio. If you are not sure whether your institution is a member or you have any other questions about membership, please email email@example.com.
When you are ready, and logged in, please click here to access the form to apply for accreditation. You will be prompted to submit your RAPP and to pay the fee, either by card or by direct bank transfer.
Five of our newly accredited BALEAP Fellows came to the AGM at Reading on Saturday to receive their certificates. L to R: Simon Williams (Sussex), Jo Kukuczka (Northampton), Simon Mathews (Northampton), Lucy Atkinson (Northampton) and Elizabeth Allen (Bristol). Congratulations all of you on a well-deserved achievement!
The BASC has ratified the following TEAP Fellowships from the November 2017 submissions:
Carole MacDiarmid, University of Glasgow
Elizabeth Allen, University of Bristol
Paul Hendrie, University of Bristol
David Munn, University of Sussex
Simon Williams, University of Sussex
Lucy Atkinson, University of Northampton
Jo Kukuczka, University of Northampton
Simon Mathews, University of Northampton
Francesco Romano, University of Stockholm
We are delighted to announce the BASC ratification of the following TEAP Fellowships from the November 2016 submissions:
Jane Bottomley, University of Manchester (Senior Fellow 2016, now also TEAP Mentor & Assessor)
Gary Riley-Jones, Goldsmiths, University of London
John Wrigglesworth, Sheffield Hallam University
Hazel McAllister, University of Northampton (previously Associate Fellow)
Caroline Childs, University of Northampton
Sarah-Kate Fletcher, BPP University
Peter Gee, King’s College London
Michelle Segger, University of Glasgow
On Saturday 21 May, 43 EAP professionals came to Bristol University CELFS to engage with the TEAP portfolio scheme for professional development and accreditation through one of three pathways. One participant has summarised the event here:
The workshop provided participants with information and support, as well as time for planning and writing. Many participants ended the day feeling that they are well on the way to preparing their portfolio, with a clear idea of what they have to do next.
A TEAP workshop was held at the University of Durham on Friday 22 April. Here is some of the feedback from participants:
‘Does what it says on the tin’
Very informative sessions’
‘No time-wasting guff!’
‘Much clearer and less daunting’
‘Opportunity to talk…’
‘Opportunity to ask questions…
‘Felt reassured about both value and workload of the Scheme’
‘An excellent introduction to TEAP and what is involved’
‘Good to have time to write’
‘A great day which flew past’