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Monday, May 02, 2011

ELT Career and Professional Development Conference (ECAP) 2011‏

Dear educators,

Cambridge University Press is pleased to welcome you to the fifth ELT Career and Professional Development Conference (ECAP) - a full day of presentations, workshops of interest to all those teaching teenagers and adults - a chance to reflect on your own classroom efforts and to share those reflections with others!

The ECAP conference is divided into three sessions. The first two sessions each contain a keynote address and the choice of four workshops. The keynote address introduces a broad topic, followed up by the four concurrently run workshops (one in Japanese) on themes related to the keynote. This year, the third session of the conference will be a panel discussion and we have assembled an experienced panel of experts to reflect on the potential career options English teachers have. Because space for some of the workshops may be limited, we ask that you help us by indicating your preference in the registration form. Participation will be on a first-register, first-in basis.

Please join us afterwards from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. for wine, snacks and a chance to mingle with the speakers and other teachers.

ELT Career and Professional Development Conference(ECAP) 2011

Date: Sunday, 29th May

Time: 10:00-18:00 Keynote and Workshops

18:00-20:00 Reception with speakers

Venue: The British Council Tokyo

Pre-registration: 2,500 yen

On-sit registration: 3,500 yen

If you would like to receive more information from us, please respond to this email with "ECAP details" in the subject line.
We hope to see you enjoy the conference.

Best regards,

ECAP organizers
- Daily Yomiuri, ABAX, British Council, Columbia University Teacher's College, Cambridge University Press