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Benefit more from our online webinars and Teacher Development seminars

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A fresh programme of webinars for this coming academic year is already available through the Cambridge ESOL website. These webinars will be available over the coming months and will be held on Monday afternoons and Wednesday mornings (UK time), so they are accessible to teachers around the world. Led by a team of experts from Cambridge ESOL, the webinars are free to join and offer downloadable support materials. A certificate of attendance and a recording of the presentation will be available after each webinar. Presenters will also be available to answer participants’ questions.

The new webinars programme started in September with a thorough presentation on the marking of writing papers, How are Cambridge English Writing papers marked?. Don’t worry if you miss this or any other of our webinars – Cambridge ESOL stores them all for you in the “View Contents” of a dedicated section in the Teacher Support website so that you can watch them as many times as you feel necessary. In that section you can also find the first in a series of Cambridge English: Proficiency  webinars, “Introducing the revised Cambridge English: Proficiency” that was publicly shown and very well received in April 2012.

Webinars for our Greek colleagues

In addition to this webinars programme, we will be showing you our own CPE-related webinar, filmed in Greece for the local ELT community. Developed by renowned presenter Bob Obee and the Cambridge ESOL office based in Athens, Greece, this webinar is the first in a series of webinars designed specifically for our Greek colleagues and aimed at delivering the most up to date information on the exam through an innovative and greatly convenient format.

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