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Four nominees are running for The EBET Award 2014

18 02 2014

Four nominees are running up for the Excellence in Business English Training Award 2014!

Emma Whitehouse and Jon Dyson from The London School of English

Ben Lee from Experience English

Antony Frobisher from Kingsway English Centre

The EBET Award is the first national award that is designed to recognise trainers who have made an outstanding contribution to the development of busienss English training; who have given inspiration to fellow trainers; and who have made a significant and positive impact on their clients’ learning experiences.

The Award encourages trainers to share their best practice and ideas with fellow trainers, thus helping to raise the standards throughout the sector.  

The Award is also an opportunity to celebrate the achievements made by business English professionals and will raise awareness world-wide of the excellence of business English training here in the UK.

The candidates will be judged by the EBET panel formed of:

David Cato – Head of Product Marketing, ELT, Cambridge University Press
  • Huan Japes – Depty Chief Executive, English UK

    Julian Kenny - Head of Teacher Development (Language), Trinity College London

    Tim Banks - Global Manager of Teacher Development, Cambridge English Assessment

    Tim Philips – Head of teacher development in English and exams, British Council

     

  • Selections will be based on the quality of the submission which will be judged against

    the Selection Standards & Criteria.

Winner will be announced at the Business English Trainers' Conference on 6th June. For further information about the conference, visit www.englishuk.com/training.