Frameworks Education Proud Sponsors of the Annual CETA Symposium 2020!

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Frameworks Education Proud Sponsors of the Annual CELTA Symposium 2020!

Along with Cambridge Assessment English and IH Mexico, Frameworks Education are proud to be sponsoring the 1st Online Annual CETA Symposium which will take place on Saturday September 12th 2020. The CETA (Cambridge English Teaching Awards) Symposium brings together Tutors, Assessors and Moderators from centres across the world. The aim is to share best-practice and exchange ideas in regards the CELTA, Delta, TKT, CAM, CELT-P, CELT-S and TKT.

Originally taking place in Mexico City, the CETA Symposium will now be officially taking place online to ensure everyone can join no matter where in the world they are located. Talks, workshops and panel discussions will be offered via Zoom.

Sign up for the CETA Symposium 2020

With 2020 bringing challenges that nobody could have envisioned, it has inevitably brought rapid changes to teacher training delivery. Over the past months, we have seen the CELTA and Delta mostly being offered 100% online with many centres having to quickly adapt. Schools that are fortunate to have reopened have undergone significant changes within their classroom layout and health and safety protocols.

As always, the CETA Symposium aims to shine a light on the latest issues and innovations within English teacher training. This event has always brought together ELT professionals from across the world to share best-practices. Now more than ever, this year’s CETA symposium will be able to offer a platform to discuss the future of courses like the CELTA, Delta, CAM, CELT-P, CELT-S and TKT.

CELTA Symposium 2020 - sign up

Find out more about the timetable and sign-up to the workshops here.

About Frameworks Education

Frameworks Education are proud to be sponsoring the 1st Online CETA Symposium and supporting growth within the English teacher training community. Frameworks Education fosters innovation in the English language teaching industry internationally through its brands and activities (StudyCELTA, TEFLWork, ELT Today and ELTcampus).

We aim to improve the quality of the ELT industry from the ground up by developing accessible avenues and opportunities for everyone in the English teaching industry; from initial training, to employment and continued development.

If you have any questions about the CETA Symposium, please get in touch with a member of our team.