English Language Webinars

Trinity organises events and various webinar series throughout the year. Most Trinity-organised events are free, but may require advance registration.

Am I Good Enough?

What does it mean to be a good teacher? This session looked at both the challenges and advantages of teaching as a non-native speaker of English.



In this webinar, the presenters discussed some of the ideas around what it means to be a ‘good teacher’ through the eyes of someone whose first language is not English. They looked at what it’s like to be a non-native speaker teacher working both at home and abroad and discussed what specific challenges teachers face as well as the distinct skills and experience that both native and non-native teachers bring to the English language classroom. By exploring these, the presenters explored how teachers can appreciate their own individual strengths, reflect on what students actually need in the international world of the 21st century, and better understand how they can meet these needs.


About the presenter

Paula Medina has worked in ELT for over 25 years. She has a passion for teaching English and culture and has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in both Brazil and England. Paula holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Sussex, and a DELTA. She currently works as a freelancer on teaching and teacher training projects in a variety of countries.





About the Transformative Teachers Webinar Series

The Transformative Teachers webinar series is aimed at English language teaching professionals who would like to participate in regular development opportunities.

See all Transformative Teacher Webinars, and find out more about the series at:




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Topics: Transformative Teachers, Teacher Education


Working with Trinity: Focus on ISE
Wed 29 November, 4:00PM (Uk time)
During this webinar, the presenter will look at the underlying principles of all Trinity exams which are learner-centred, motivating, designed to assess communicative competence and promote the development of transferable skills for real-life communication.
Enhancing ESOL Accessibility: Sharing Strategies to Support Language Learners
Wed 13 December, 4:00PM (UK time)
ESOL accessibility refers to the availability and ease of access to language programmes and services for non-native English speakers. Join us as we delve into ways to support and navigate the challenges of limited resources to empower language learners to become active and engaged members of their community.

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