- Spring/Summer English Courses for International University Students
- Language and Teaching Skills Development
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CLIE Teaching Staff
You will be taught by a number of UCL appointed academic staff. All staff
teaching on the course are highly qualified and experienced. External
examiners have stated that the teaching within the Centre for Languages & International Education is of a high standard and is delivered
by qualified, enthusiastic, competent and experienced teachers.
Teaching and training staff involved in this programme include:
I've been working in ELT for nearly 25 years both
in the UK and overseas. I've taught English in a wide range of contexts, both
private and public sector, and trained teachers and trainers in many different
parts of the world. I've also held management posts in the private sector and
been responsible for the design and running of highly regarded teacher training
programmes; most recently, the Distance Delta delivered by The British Council
and IH London. I currently divide my time between teacher training and teaching
EAP at UCL, writing books for teachers and working in positions of
responsibility for Delta and TKT:KAL assessment and administration for
Cambridge English. My most recent publication is The TKT:KAL Course, CUP, 2012.
I have been teaching English as a foreign language since 1984 and taught in the UK, Italy, France and Japan before joining UCL in 2003. I have experience teaching in both the public and private sectors as well as running my own company in Tokyo delivering courses in English language, British culture and communication skills to professionals and businesses.
As the Short Courses Co-ordinator at the UCL Centre of Languages and International Education, I am involved in designing, co-ordinating and teaching short, intensive courses in English language and British culture to overseas students, teachers and professionals. I also teach on the In-Sessional English for Academic Purposes course and courses to assist students with their pronunciation and public speaking skills.
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