Cambridge English Language Assessment - JP004 (Luna International):

PD - Speaking Examiner training at A2 + B1 levels

Date: Saturday, April 25th, 2020 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Jim George Team Leader, Cambridge Assessment English

1st time such training event in Nagano city! Professional development day-long session to train experienced and qualified teachers to be become Speaking Examiners (SEs). This workshop will cover the speaking tests for Cambridge Assessment English's re-vamped (2020 format) A2:Key (KET) and B1:Preliminary (PET). The aims of the training session are: to make trainee examiners aware of the general responsibilities of a Cambridge English Language Assessment SE, likely problems/issues that may arise and how to manage them effectively; to familiarise trainee examiners with the procedure of delivering (interlocuting) Speaking tests; to give trainee examiners the opportunity to conduct practice Speaking tests; to standardise the assessment of A2:Key & B1:Preliminary candidates: ensuring familiarity with Cambridge English Language Assessment criteria, with standards set by standardisation videos, and making sure SEs are able to carry out accurate assessments in accordance with these; to give trainee examiners the opportunity to discuss and ask questions about all aspects of the above. Cambridge Assessment English Speaking

Examiners must have: 3+ years relevant, recent, full time teaching experience; University degree; valid visa; EFL qualification preferred; non-native speakers may apply (must provide proof of English proficiency at C1 or higher).

Organization: Cambridge English Language Assessment - JP004 (Luna International)

Cost: free

Venue: To be announced

Location: Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan


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Contact Cambridge English Language Assessment - JP004 (Luna International)


Jim George (Team Leader East Japan)
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