Oxford University Press:
IIEEC-Oxford University Press Teacher Training Certificate Program 2009
Date: Sunday, June 7th, 2009 Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Speaker: Ritsuko Nakata, IIEEC Teacher Trainers
The IIEEC-Oxford University Press Teacher Training Certificate Program, now in its 4th year, is aimed at all teachers of young learners who wish to become confident and effective teachers. Those participants who attend all workshops within two consecutive sessions and complete the final self-assessment component will receive a Certificate of Attendance from the IIEEC Teacher Training Center and Oxford University Press.
* Pre-registration recommended
All workshops will take place in Tokyo at the Metropolitan Plaza, which has direct access to JR Ikebukuro Station, on the following dates:
* May 10th: Workshop 1 and Workshop 2
* June 7th: Workshop 3 and Workshop 4
* July 5th: Workshop 5 and Workshop 6
* September 6th: Workshop 1 and Workshop 2
* September 27th: Workshop 3 and Workshop 4
* October 18th : Workshop 5 and Workshop 6
For further information and pre-registration please visit: OUP Japan.
Organization: Oxford University Press
Cost: 4,000 yen per workshop, 8,000 yen per day, 16,000 yen for the whole course
Venue: Dai 1 Kaigishitsu, Office Tower 12F, Metroplitan Plaza, Ikebukuro
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