This session by Alison Castle Kane took place at the online Future of English Language Teaching Conference (FOELT), organised by Trinity College London and Regent’s University London. You can learn more about the annual event at trinitycollege.com/FOELT.
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This session will cover some of the most recent developments at Trinity College London for English language assessments, professional teaching qualifications, and training and support.
Trinity English language exams are recognised not only for their unique approach to assessing communicative competence, but also for the positive impact they have on teaching practice, and skills development. Organisations that work with us are part of a supportive network of English language professionals that are committed to excellence in teaching, learning and assessment.
Join us to learn about new developments at Trinity which include:
- New 30 hour Schemes of Work for the Graded Examinations in Spoken English (GESE)
- Our Communication Skills qualification for leadership and presentation skills
- TESOL qualifications and courses: The Certificate for Practising Teachers, Certificate for Online Teaching, and Teach with Trinity
- Support, resources, training and events for teaching professionals
About the presenter
The presenter, Alison Castle- Kane has over 25 years of experience in the English language teaching industry, and has taught English in the USA and in Japan. She left teaching to work for Oxford University Press as a Regional ELT Sales and Marketing Manager for 12 years, and then worked as a Consultant for over 10 years providing business development and marketing support to publishers and service providers in education. She is currently works for Trinity College London as the Head of Business Development for the UK and Ireland – Language.