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  • Recruiting Trainers and Suggestions for the 2009-2010 English UK Training Calendar
    30 May 2009

    Ideas and suggestions welcome!
    Are you interested in becoming an English UK trainer? Or do you have any suggestions for English UK's Professional Services calendar? If so, we'd like to hear from you!

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  • Pilgrims 35th Anniversary Conference
    30 May 2009

    Humanistic Teaching in the 21st Century
    16-22 August 2009
    2009 is a special year for Pilgrims, who are celebrating their 35th anniversary as leaders in Humanistic Teaching and Teacher Training. To celebrate, they are holding a major one-week conference here in the UK this August.

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  • Higher Education Event - Admissions of Excellence: recruiting international students
    28 May 2009

    Wednesday, 10th June, London
    University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations would like to invite you to a seminar, lunch and drinks reception for professionals responsible for the admission of international undergraduate and postgraduate students into UK Higher Education.

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  • Vetting & barring scheme information roadshow dates
    11 May 2009

    The Home Office is pleased to announce the dates for the Vetting & Barring Scheme Information Roadshow Series, presented in association with the Department for Children, Schools and Families and the Department of Health.

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  • ELT Marketing Qualification Survey
    6 May 2009

    The English UK Professional Services team would be grateful if you could spare a little time to take part in an English UK survey investigating the potential demand for the development of a new qualification for international marketing professionals who specifically work in the ELT sector.

    The survey is intended for circulation among any staff member that has a marketing remit within your organisation.

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  • Wimbledon School of English - Observation Training Day, 16th May
    5 May 2009

    CLASSROOM OBSERVATION TRAINING DAY
    A one day training session and workshop led by Fiona Dunlop, Director of Studies at Wimbledon School of English, will take place on Saturday 16th May. This is aimed at senior teachers, AdoSes and summer course coordinators who wish to improve their teacher observation skills. Participants will learn how to identify different types of observation, give feedback, measure progress and will discover the importance of observation as a developmental tool.

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