UKAT has introduced a range of Special Interest Groups, smaller communities within UKAT which focus on specific aspects of advising practice or specific student populations. Check out the current list of Special Interest Groups and join those that are of interest to you. Watch out for additional groups being introduced for the start of the 2020/21 academic year.
UKAT is pleased to be supporting and co-publishing a new book on personal tutoring and advising in higher education. This book will constitute a unique collection of case studies contributed by practitioners and the editors, Dave Lochtie, Andy Stork and Ben Walker are seeking contributions on a range of themes and from a variety of HE settings. See the Call for Contributions page for full details of how to contribute.
UKAT promotes collaborations and the sharing of research-informed effective practice. We offer many ways to get involved, connect with others and further your professional development, including
Becoming a member means joining a nationwide community of professional advisors, personal tutors, academics, researchers and students who are working to support student success and enhance their educational development.
Members enjoy various benefits, including access to resources, events and professional mentoring.
UKAT offers a wealth of resources to help members stay abreast of latest developments, share effective practice and support professional development. Member resources include