The 2016 EBET Award goes to Jeremey Rogers!
What is EBET?
EBET stands for Excellence in Business English Training. This is an award initiated by Business English UK to recognise trainers who have made an outstanding contribution to the development of business English training. The 2016 EBET Award is sponsored by Trinity College London who kindly provides the cash prizes!
This award will enable schools to reward your hard-working trainers, raise the profile of your centre through the publicity the award received and gain trust from your clients.
What does EBET offer?
- The Award certificate to both the trainer and the nominating school
- Cash award for the winner (£300 for the top prize), sponsored by Trinity College London
Publicity on English UK media platforms & ELT media
- Use of award logo in school’s marketing collateral
- Free attendance at the Business English Trainers’ conference and the opportunity to present at the conference.
Why should schools get involved?
- Recognise the achievement of your trainers
Boost morale in your academic team
Encourage outstanding practice
Reward your hard-working trainers
Raise the profile of your centre from the publicity the Award receives
Gain trust and appreciation from your clients
What do you need to participate the 2018 EBET Award?
- Contact BEUK to get the latest EBET poster.
- Read through the criteria & requirements.
- Prepare the materials required and send your nomination by 30 May 2018 and wait for good news!
EBET 2013 winner - Ed Pegg (right) from The London School of English
EBET 2014 winner - John Dyson from The London School of English
2016 EBET winner - Jeremy Rogers from International House Newcastle
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Interview with EBET judge - Ben Beaumont from Trinity