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)
Find a Workshop
NEAS ST Alphito
Date: July 15, 2021
NEAS Australia and StudyTravel are partnering up to bring you a virtual agent conference exclusively for NEAS members. This ST Alphito NEAS Australia is a chance to schedule 1-2-1 online meetings with education agents who are interested in sending students to Australia.
This is scheduled for Thursday 15 July 2021, 4pm-8pm Sydney time and is a great opportunity to connect with new or existing agents and begin planning for student recruitment for the end of 2021 and into 2022.
Key features of this exclusive event include:
• Quality, reference-checked agents in attendance
• Targeted agent list allowing you to choose who you meet
• An all-in-one online meeting scheduler that also hosts your virtual meetings
• Structured schedule of meetings (12 x 20 minute meeting slots)
• Full support from the ST Alphe Team before, during and after the event.
The event is limited to a maximum of ten NEAS schools and is on a first come, first served basis, so please register early to avoid disappointment.
The cost is £480 per schedule.
To book, or for more information, Click the button below or contact:
Skype Name: live:.cid.9739d640a9ec570a
+44 (0)20 7440 4036
Communities of Practice Symposium
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 for your interest below.