WORKSHOPS

Workshops

NEAS workshops provide valuable professional development, guidance and networking to more than 750 participants each year.

  • Delivered throughout the year
  • Free for all ELT professionals in NEAS Endorsed centres
  • Free to NEAS Associate Members
  • Relevant and targeted for busy, time-poor professionals
  • Valuable source of networking
  • Building communities of practice

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

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Research in ELT Community of Practice

Date: October 30, 2020
Delivery: Online

CPD Points: 3

Communities of Practice (COPs) are groups of volunteer participants that have an on-going interaction around a shared concern. This workshop is for teachers, managers and support staff who would like to learn more about embedding research into their professional practice.

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Communities of Practice Symposium – Sydney

Date: February 13, 2020
Location: Sydney, NSW
Time: 10:00am
Delivery: Face to Face

CPD Points: 12

Communities of Practice (COPs) are groups of volunteer participants that have an on-going interaction around a shared concern.

Communities of Practice are a valuable source of professional development as they offer English Language Teaching (ELT) professionals a supportive environment to share knowledge and build better practices. They provide a rich resource of knowledge, experience and expertise in order to achieve common goals, solve common problems and learn from one another to advance and grow.

This meeting will bring together groups of communities of practice to discuss important and timely issues in the English Language Teaching community.

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Communities of Practice Symposium – Melbourne

Date: March 27, 2021
Location: Melbourne, VIC
Time: 10:00am
Delivery: Face to Face

CPD Points: 12

Communities of Practice (COPs) are groups of volunteer participants that have an on-going interaction around a shared concern.

Communities of Practice are a valuable source of professional development as they offer English Language Teaching (ELT) professionals a supportive environment to share knowledge and build better practices. They provide a rich resource of knowledge, experience and expertise in order to achieve common goals, solve common problems and learn from one another to advance and grow.

This meeting will bring together groups of communities of practice to discuss important and timely issues in the English Language Teaching community.

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Communities of Practice Symposium – Brisbane

Date: March 13, 2021
Location: Brisbane, QLD
Time: 10:00am
Delivery: Face to Face

CPD Points: 12

Communities of Practice (COPs) are groups of volunteer participants that have an on-going interaction around a shared concern.

Communities of Practice are a valuable source of professional development as they offer English Language Teaching (ELT) professionals a supportive environment to share knowledge and build better practices. They provide a rich resource of knowledge, experience and expertise in order to achieve common goals, solve common problems and learn from one another to advance and grow.

This meeting will bring together groups of communities of practice to discuss important and timely issues in the English Language Teaching community.

Register now

Quality Assurance 101; Getting the most out of your NEAS membership

Date: December 11, 2020
Time: 3:00pm
Delivery: Online

CPD Points: 3

Who exactly are NEAS and how does your membership benefit you? Meet one of our friendly and industry-expert NEAS Quality Assurance Assessors and get answers to all the questions you always wanted to ask, including: What’s the best way to prepare for a NEAS visit?

How can I get the information I need from the NEAS website?

What templates & forms are useful for me? What professional development does NEAS offer? What’s the difference between Quality Assurance and compliance? And many more!

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ELT Qualifications Community of Practice

Date: September 11, 2020
Time: 3:00pm
Delivery: Online

By the end of this workshop you will recognise the stages of the teacher lifecycle; reflect on your own plans for further study in the ELT field; research the different types of qualifications available; and understand and recognise the features of a quality ELT qualification.
Communities of Practice (COPs) are groups of volunteer participants that have an on-going interaction around a shared concern. This workshop is for teachers, managers and support staff who would like to explore further studies in ELT.
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 Australia and those centres considering quality endorsement.

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