Quality in TESOL Education
The Association for the Promotion of
Seminar 2011
QuiTE Annual Seminar and AGM
QuiTE promotes quality in the training, education and development of teachers of English to speakers of other languages.
QuiTE  2001 - 2011
Tuesday 22nd November  2011
UK TESOL has promoted itself rightly as a world leader in English language teaching for international students, and in the provision of internationally respected teaching qualifications. Visiting students and teachers have valued highly their experience in the UK, although not uncritically. The current market economy in the UK is setting the providers of language tuition and qualifications tremendous challenges in retaining their quality and range of provision.

This seminar will set out some of the details of the effects of the economy on the quality of academic and pastoral provision, and the ways in which staff are tackling the choices between traditional, and more market-driven, approaches to international students - who have contributed considerably both financially and academically to the reputation of UK institutions.
Maintaining standards in TESOL in the face of changing market forces
British Council
10 Spring Gardens
10th Annual Seminar
Keynote speakers:
Diane Schmitt
School of Arts and Humanities
Nottingham Trent University
Vaughan Jones
Maintaining standards in TESOL
Please go to Charing Cross tube station - Trafalgar Square exit.
With issues presented by:
Prof Adrian Holliday
Canterbury Christ Church University
Tim Phillips
British Council
Dr Trevor Grimshaw

A welcome from the British Council
Melissa Cudmore
Keynote 1
Vaughan Jones

Prof. Adrian Holliday
Canterbury Christ
Chruch University
Tim Phillips
British Council
Keynote 2
Diane Schmitt
Nottingham Trent
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