The Business English Trainers' Conference is designed for academic managers and trainers who either specialise in, or have some involvement, in the world of Business English.
Review: the Business English Trainers' Conference 2017
Saturday 10 June, 2017
International House London
Bob Dignen of York Associates opened the conference with a thought-provoking session. Taking the audience through leadership solutions used by project managers, he urged the audience to concentrate teaching on what will help clients work in English, as separate to working on the client's English.
Topics covered from using Post-it notes for teaching vocabulary, how to overcome not being an expert in a specialist area, moving to online tuition, Business English in the digital age and more. read more +
Some session slides are available:
- Leading international projects - Bob Dignen, York Associated
- ESP: becoming a non-expert expert - Ben Butler, the London School of English
- One to One - Matthew Devere, English Language Centre Brighton
- Teaching business English online. Adapting to the online environment. - Jack Spencer Prince, British Study Centres English Online
- Flexible, affordable e-learning, m-learning and blended learning solutions for English language providers - Alison Castle, Reallyenglish
- Q&A with Trinity College London - Henry Tolley, Trinity College London
- Kick-starting your lesson with a daily scrum - Sheila Maclean
- Business English in the digital age - Pete Sharma, English for Academic purposes Warwick
- Crowd-sourced handout - Pete Sharma, English for Academic purposes at Warwick
We are grateful to Trinity College London for sponsoring this event.