Managing your residential accommodation: how to fulfill your duty of care
19 October 2018

Residential accommodation is a great opportunity for students to be fully immersed in their ELT experience, with activities and other students to make the most of their time in the UK. Whether your centre is setting up residential accommodation or just updating guidelines, Diane's training is the perfect opportunity to make sure it is kept at its best. 

This workshop for UK ELT providers aims to share good practice and give the most up-to-date information on all aspects of managing residential accommodation. 

Participants will discuss how they can:

  • Set up, monitor and maintain suitable residential accommodation
  • Write guidelines for residential staff
  • Fulfill their duty of care to all students – adults and under-18s.

Who is it for?

Summer centre managers, student services staff and accommodation managers

About the trainer

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Diane Phillips has worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and manager of adult and young learner courses. She is currently a lecturer for the Open University, teaching on the MA in Education programme and is the author of a wide range of in-house and published materials.

She has been a British Council inspector since 2000 and is also a tutor on the English UK Certificate in Student Services Management.

Key information

This training event is a full day workshop running from 10:30 to 14:30. Tea, coffee and lunch are provided. Participants will receive a certificate from the trainer at the end of the session. 

Book a place

Book your place on English UK's Managing residential accommodation training. The session is £50 for English UK members and £60 for non-members.

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