Covid-19 (coronavirus) training & webinars

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Last updated: July 2020

Covid-19 training and webinars for UK ELT

We are running regular webinars and tailored training to support English UK members and the UK ELT community through the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond. Please note some webinars are for members only and will require a member login to book.

 

English UK member-only training and webinars

Some of our webinars are exclusively for English UK members and corporate members. These include our weekly Q&As and webinars covering HR, business planning, and reopening guidance.


Upcoming UK ELT training and webinars 

 

Marketing segmentation, targeting and differentiation in a crisis (online workshop)

Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:00 | Richard Bradford

Time to dust off the marketing handbook and take a look at how some classic marketing principles apply and work in a digital context, in a crisis. read more +

 
 

Recordings of previous webinars

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Closing plenary of English UK Members' Conference

A panel discussion to close the English UK Members' Conference on the future of UK ELT. Panel includes: Jodie Gray, interim chief executive of English UK, as chair; Dr Anthony Manning is dean of internationalisation for Kent University, who has a long history of EAP and Pathways expertise; Emma Meredith, international director for the Association of Colleges, with extensive experience in international education planning and policy; and Samuel Vetrak, CEO of Bonard, with over 20 years' experience advising governments, destinations, education providers and student housing investors.

 

Webinars on the online classroom and Covid-secure classroom.

 

Webinars on moving your school online

  • Moving your centre online: keeping the spirit alive (Monday 30 March)
    Alex Asher and Thom Jones provide practical steps tips, advice and a wide range of ideas for any school to implement keep the spirit of a school alive, with social programmes, staff and student interaction, and more.
 

Webinars on student and staff wellbeing

 

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