Course overview and purpose:
Are you a teacher looking to improve your English in an international environment? Then this is the perfect course for you!
You will learn how to use English so that you can talk to your colleagues from all over Europe, learn new vocabulary, revise grammar, learn how to write emails, improve your speaking skills and lead international meetings.
Our English-speaking teachers are equipped with innovative, creative and interactive teaching methods: learning will be enjoyable, easier, faster, stimulating and fun!
You will explore the local culture and history and engage in dialogue on topics of relevant interest to teachers and share experiences and resources with colleagues from all over Europe.
The course ensures the right balance between grammar topics and conversational activities, and will reflect the level, skills and topics relevant to the group. The exact content of your course will be based on discussion with you and other participants before and during the course.
The course includes networking activities with your peers from all over Europe! You will reflect on your profession in a more critical, productive and enthusiastic way and compare different learning and teaching practices to transfer into a concrete resource you can use in the classroom: meet colleagues from all over Europe and make new contacts and build lifelong friendships!
The “English language skills for teachers – Level 2” course is for teachers who have Upper-intermediate (B2) or Proficient (C1/C2) language levels.
Teachers of any subject, educators, and school administrative staff
No specific requirements
Please, download the full course information file, including examples of daily programme, assessment and validation of learning outcomes and more.
Courses in Dublin are in partnership with CES – Centre of English Studies
Courses in Saint Julian’s are in partnership with International House Malta
Course dates are made available based on the availability of trainers but are “confirmed” only once the minimum number of participants is reached.
Course dates are usually listed Sunday to Sunday. The course usually takes place Monday to Friday and the full-day trip usually takes place on Saturday, so Sundays are arrival and departure days for those who book course, activities and accommodation. You can leave earlier if you book just the course.
If you are looking for dates either not listed above or “To be confirmed”, please pre-register to your favourite dates so we can track your interest, liaise with everybody to convey participants to the same dates and make them confirmed!