Advanced Teacher's Training (TG upgraded)
Date: Saturday, May 5th, 2012 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Speaker: Aurora Dobashi, Glenn Villacin, Sampaguita Salazar, Lori Ligon, Armando Simbulas, Katrina Harata
Ms. Aurora Dobashi and the skilled, well-experienced Training Team of FETJ has formed a newly revised and advanced Teacher's Guideline. This is for all teachers practicing or not, aspiring and willing to be well-equipped good teachers in Japan! A view on forming your own Eikawa from the mouth of our successful practicing Eikawa Leader's. The first and finest teachers training is fast approaching. The new Teachers Training Module will be introduce to everyone. Please don't miss the opportunity. Check it now and register yourself simply just by clicking the EVENT-JOIN button. It's a two day certificate intensive program that will teach you how to become a better English Teacher. New and upgraded version of the previous teaching guidelines. We also include EIKAIWA. We need to improve ourselves and be better. We are going to tackle pronunciation, grammar and accent reduction. Please be reminded everyone that the teaching profession doesn't stop at getting the job and doing it. Teaching is a continuous processs where we develop our skills as we go. FETJ has constantly provided you with these programs in order to enhance the skills you are employing in your current job. We now have the ATT for those practicing teachers wanting to enhance their skills as ALTs or get new ones in the field of English conversation (eikaiwa). We assure you that FETJ will continue to provide our teachers with the necessary training to excel in today's competitive world. Whether you are an experienced teacher or not, this course will benefit you and help you become a better teacher.
Organization: Filipino English Teachers in Japan (Chiba) (FETJ-Chiba)
Cost: 10,000 yen
Venue: Nagashima Kuwagawa Community Center, Edogawa, Tokyo (map)
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