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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

Participants and panel members at an Emerging Research Leaders Development Programme event

Through the workshops, programmes and events that it runs, CCTL encourages Cambridge educators to share their best ideas and learn from each other. We offer a portfolio of workshops and online courses on different aspects of teaching and academic service which you can explore below.

You might also like to investigate the other providers and sources of development opportunities listed under Related Links in the sidebar.


Supervising Undergraduates

A complete introduction to supervising undergraduates at Cambridge. In completing the course you will understand the purpose of supervisions, know how to deal with common scenarios and provide effective feedback, and feel confident of the practicalities of supervising.


Supervising Postgraduates

Opportunities to develop your understanding of best practice in relation to postgraduate supervision, whether through a practical workshop focused on case studies and discussion or through a comprehensive online resource which pulls together University policy and advice curated from over one hundred fellow supervisors.


Teaching and Working with Disabled Students

Provided by the Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre, a range of workshops on teaching and working with students with long-term health conditions, mental health conditions, specific learning difficulties and autism spectrum conditions. The sessions cover general principles of inclusive practice, how to effectively teach students with ADHD or specific learning difficulties, how to support students in distress, and more.


College Role Training

A suite of workshops providing training for those with specific College-based roles: new Tutors, new Directors of Studies, and all involved in the admissions selection process.

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