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Trinity College London Teacher Seminars

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Teacher Training , Professional Development , Events
Skills for Life Network

Trinity College London is holding its UK ESOL teacher seminars again this November 2011. The seminars are free to attend and lunch is provided for all day delegates. Certificates of Attendance will be issued separately for a.m and p.m sessions.

Programme summary

  • Effective resources for short courses
  • Maximising employability opportunities for learners
  • Recent Skills research and its practical implications
  • Sessions on all SfL exam modes

Guest speakers include: Karen Dudley, Judy Kirsh, John Sutter, Cate Allen, Michael Rodden and Naeema Hann.

Dates and Locations

  • Sat 5th November 2011: Birmingham
  • Sat 12th November 2011: London
  • Sat 19th November 2011: Manchester
  • Sat 26th November 2011: London

For a full programme and details of how to register, please visit www.trinitycollege.co.uk/esolevents

 

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