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Follow up to Cambridge Day Bulgaria 2014: post-event information on yet another great Cambridge success

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The recent Cambridge Day Bulgaria 2014, a day dedicated to English Language teaching, held at the Prinzess Hotel in Sofia on 5 April 2014 drew almost 500 teachers and colleagues from the ELT sector, maintaining its status as one of the most important, valuable and well attended foreign language events in Bulgaria as well as the Balkan region.

Organised by KLETT, in collaboration with Cambridge University Press and Cambridge English Language Assessment the event featured a thorough, detailed programme of professional seminars and presentations on a wide range of ELT related issues focusing on the latest developments regarding Cambridge English exams, such as the Revised FCE and CAE exams from 2015 as well as information and tips on the best available practices that can optimize teaching in the classroom.

Following the presentation on Teaching Towards the Revised FCE and CAE exams” by Olga Leondaris, Business Development Support Manager for Southern Europe, we would like to invite you to read once more the relevant articles about the revised FCE and CAE exams on the Cambridge English SEE blog, in hope that it will refresh your memory and prove valuable for the appropriate preparation of your students. For further information on all our exams as well as research findings that shape the future of language examinations please do not hesitate to visit the Research Notes section of our website and search through the hundreds of relevant useful articles.

Cambridge English Language Assessment would like to thank you all once more for your continuous support as clearly demonstrated in the success of the recent Cambridge Day Bulgaria 2014 event. We look forward to seeing you all again in one of our future teacher events in Bulgaria.

If you have any queries regarding this event or would like one of our representatives to talk to you or even visit you at your school, please do not hesitate to email us with your request at info@cambridgeenglish.gr.

 

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