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Welcome to our NEW webinars!

Refresh your teaching, be inspired by our speakers and register for our free online webinars.

Stay up to date with the latest developments in the world of ELT and interact with our experts. Hear from leading authors and get practical tips for your own English classes.

Our webinars are held monthly and are completely free.

Certificates are available for all attendees.

Download programme + brochure (PDF)


September - November 2021

Each one-hour talk will take place twice on the same day - please select the most convenient time for you before you register.

When is it OK for students (and teachers) to use their own language?

Philip Kerr

It wasn't so long ago that it was generally agreed that English was best learnt in lessons where only English is spoken. Times have changed. The last ten years have seen a growing recognition of the important role that the learners' L1 has to play in learning English. We'll be looking at when and why it sometimes makes sense for learners to use their own language in English lessons.

Thursday 28 October 2021

4:00 PM UK TIME (Find your local time for this event)


Good readers make good learners!

Jack Scholes

Extensive reading not only improves all language skills and fluency, but also enhances memory and cognitive processes in general, and greatly increases students’ motivation and confidence. This talk will examine the principles of extensive reading and the many benefits of reading for pleasure. Practical ideas and activities will also be offered to help you make extensive reading an integral part of every language-learning programme.

Thursday 25 November 2021

9:00 AM UK TIME (Find your local time for this event)

4:00 PM UK TIME (Find your local time for this event)



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