WEBINARS

Webinars

NEAS Webinars are an interactive space to explore issues and practices with professional peers in real time.

  • Delivered throughout the year
  • Free for all ELT professionals in NEAS Endorsed centres
  • Free to NEAS Associate Members
  • Aligned to the NEAS Quality Framework
  • A unique source of expert quality assurance support
  • A resource to support time poor professionals

NEAS workshops times are run in AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

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Indonesia Virtual Showcase 2020

Date: November 18, 2020
Time: 1:00pm
Time Zone: Indonesia (Jakarta)

CPD Points: 2

In collaboration with Austrade, NEAS Australia presents a virtual showcase of Quality Assurance in English Language Teaching for senior executives, academics and school teachers from Language Institutes and Indonesia universities and schools interested in professional development, continuous ongoing quality improvements and innovative teaching techniques for English language. Topics covered will include: Quality Assurance and Leadership in English Language Teaching, Standards in Online Delivery of English Language Teaching and Design and Delivery of Innovative Professional Development Programs for ELT professionals.

This webinar is delivered by Dr Patrick Pheasant, CEO of NEAS Australia – Australia’s leading expert in Independent, Non-Governmental Quality Assurance of English Language Teaching. This webinar is suitable for senior management and teachers of NEAS endorsed ELT centres in Indonesia, those centres considering quality endorsement and Australia-based NEAS endorsed ELT centres who would like to build relationships with Indonesian offshore partners.

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Academic Manager Toolbox

Date: November 18, 2020
Time: 2:00pm
Time Zone: AEST

CPD Points: 2

Has anyone written a handbook for the DOS? What exactly do DOSs do? Am I doing it right? This webinar answers these and many more questions. Seasoned and novice Academic Managers are invited to this webinar which covers management and leadership, core academic manager responsibilities, staffing and top tips.

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Malaysia Teacher Series #1: Student Engagement Strategies for English Language Teaching

Date: November 20, 2020
Time: 3:00pm
Time Zone: Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)

CPD Points: 2

This workshop draws on insights from research undertaken with twelve adult international students of English as a Second Language in 2012 and research with online English language teaching by NEAS Endorsed Centres conducted in 2020 during COVID19. This workshop imparts practical advice and strategies for English Language Teachers teaching face to face and online through metaxis, metacognition and meta-emotion to help create a transformative experience.

This workshop is delivered by Dr Patrick Pheasant, CEO of NEAS Australia – Australia’s leading expert in Independent, Non-Governmental Quality Assurance of English Language Teaching.

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Malaysia Teacher Series #2: English Language Teachers as Leaders

Date: December 11, 2020
Time: 3:00pm
Time Zone: Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)

CPD Points: 2

Rapid transformation to online delivery and changes in the Australian and ASEAN political and educational landscapes due to COVID19 have created great innovation and disruption. The time is now for English Language Teaching (ELT) managers to understand Leadership within ASEAN and Australia and ask the right questions before the ASEAN and Australian markets rebound and regain momentum. This presentation explores data on the experiences of managers at 200 ELT providers across Australia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand pre-COVID and research and results from the NEAS Global Stakeholder Engagement in 2020 during COVID19 to showcase the specific issues for emerging leaders in ELT. This data has been collected throughout 2018 -2020 through surveys, benchmarking and focus groups, and elucidates the unique nature of leadership in ELT, highlights the struggles that the English language teacher / manager faces in their centres within the larger international education contexts in Australia and the ASEAN countries.

This presentation proposes strategies and solutions for teachers, managers and professional staff in university-based, TAFE, high school, independent and online ELT organisations to help collaborate with other providers in Australia and ASEAN.

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