Pursuant to "Ph.d.-protokollatet" appendix 5, §7, in the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations in public employment (AC) agreement, PhD students can be instructed to take on work tasks equalling a total of 840 work hours.
At the Faculty of Health, it has been decided that you are expected to have 150 hours of teaching and dissemination (including preparation). The 150 hours of teaching is a mandatory part of your PhD.
The teaching activities should take place on part B of your Integrated PhD programme - i.e. there are no teaching requirements on part A, but you are allowed to do teaching activities on part A.
The teaching should be within the research area of your project, and the main supervisor is expected to provide an appropriate amount of supervision to support you in your teaching assignments.
The teaching assignments are part of your PhD degree programme and are not paid work.
You record all activities and hours in MyPhD as dissimination.
You can include preparation when you teach students and/or give presentations about your project or within your field of research. Please see what dissemination and teaching activities give preparation.
You get 90 minutes preparation (factor 1,5) per hour regardless of the teaching or dissemination activity. One lesson equals 60 minutes.
How to calculate preparation
You multiply the minutes spend on teaching or dissemination with 1,5. E.g.:
Supervision of students is calculated in actual time spent and can in total make up 75 hours of the 150 hours in total.
Preparing teaching material for online education and producing written material (e.g. brochures) to layman about subjects within your research area should also be calculated in actual time spent.