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Digitally Assisted Training Workshop + Stammtisch
In the language training market today, the average price paid to teachers per hour of training is either stagnating or in steady decline. This makes traditional face-to-face lessons more and more difficult to sustain. Digitally Assisted Training, or ‘Blended Learning’, uses commonly available, familiar technologies to help the trainer to optimise the time they spend with their learners, leading to a better overall hourly rate. This workshop will give you some examples and frameworks that you can use to kick-start, or further develop, your digital training approach, regardless of your level of technological expertise. Join us at the Berlin School of English from 10am till 2pm (there will be a 30min break in the middle). Afterwards we will go together to lunch at a cafe nearby. The event is free for ELTABB members and €10 for non-members. Bio: Richard Osborne has been working in the professional language training industry in France for the last 9 years. Starting with the CELTA qualification from Cambridge ESOL, he gained his first experience in a business language training centre in the Paris business district of La Défense, as well as several ‘écoles supérieurs’ (French high ranking universities). He quickly became interested in programme design and advanced pedagogy, leading him to take the DELTA certification. As Director of Studies of his training centre, he found himself on a mission to increase the quality and professionalism of his work and that of his peers. His responsibilities included creating programmes and pedagogic support, managing students and teachers on the centre’s Learning Management System, responding to tenders from French funding bodies, as well as running workshops and observations for the trainers in his team. His passion for language training experimentation came through digesting countless published works on language training and discovering the enormous range of possibilities in terms of teaching approaches. He spent years trying to develop the perfect eclectic blend to use in his own work as well as in his staff training workshops, including a method of experiential training that he presented at one national and one international teaching conference (TESOL France and IATEFL Manchester).

Berlin School of English

Charlottenstraße 81, 10969 · Berlin

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ELTABB (English Language Teachers' Association Berlin-Brandenburg) is an organization dedicated to providing professional development, networking opportunities and support to professionals involved in the ELT industry in Berlin and Brandenburg. We organize monthly events (such as training workshops, social events, panel discussions, and more), plus we have an online members-only forum that is a great resource for job postings, teaching advice, event and book reviews, and other discussions.

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