Quality Assurance 101

How do I become a NEAS Quality Endorsed centre?

This webinar is for anyone who would like to learn more about NEAS and how its independent Quality Assurance services benefit the global ELT community. We will take you through the fundamentals of quality assurance and outline its significance in the current global landscape. The steps to applying for Quality Endorsement will be made clear along with the requirements for maintaining Endorsement through continuous improvement activities. Information about additional NEAS benefits, such as professional development opportunities as well as marketing and reputation building will also be provided.

The new TOEFL Essentials test: Scoring, Concordance and Research for the ELT community

Complementing its existing portfolio of high stakes quality English tests such as the TOEFL iBT, this new TOEFL Essentials test is an adaptive test covering both academic and general content, providing a fresh test format with a more affordable price point. This workshop will outline the new score scale, concordance tables to both the TOEFL iBT and CEFR levels, as well as findings from research conducted in 2021 of over 5,000 TOEFL Essentials test takers.

This webinar will be co-facilitated by Dr Spiros Papageorgiou – Managing Senior Research Scientist, ETS Center for Language Education and Assessment Research, and Dr Aleksandr Voninski, Associate Director, ETS Client Relations (Australasia).

CPD points: 1

University of Queensland: Responding to COVID-19 disruption

In this webinar, James Hourn, Head of Enterprise Sales at ReadyTech, will interview the team from Institute of Continuing and TESOL Education (ICTE) at the University of Queensland (UQ).

The ICTE, UQ team will unpack some critical areas of discussion in the current fragile international education sector, including:
1. COVID-19’s impact and how ICTE, UQ is navigating through this period of change.
2. How ICTE aims to leverage technology and innovation in their regeneration plan for the next two years.
3. Why ICTE chose their current student management system, JR Plus (A ReadyTech brand), as their technology partner.

If you would like to read the white paper by Readytech visit this link

CPD points: 1

Using your data to monitor the health of your institution and make timely, informed, and strategic decisions.

Have you noticed the pattern? Their decisions are based on data.

What about your institution? Are you also using your data to monitor the health of your college and make timely, informed, and strategic decisions?

In this webinar, Santiago will share how some institutions are transforming their reporting and decision-making processes using their Student Management System, their data and Microsoft Power BI as their business intelligence and analytics tool.

Motivating Teachers

This webinar explores techniques to motivate teachers in your organisation. It aligns with Area D – Administration, Management and Staffing.

CPD points: 1

Developing Resilience, Adaptability and Agility for Continued Rapid Change

Facilitated by Dr Patrick Pheasant, this webinar is ideal for ELICOS and VET managers and business owners seeking best-practice in their teams for responding, reviving and thriving during change. NEAS shares experiences of managers throughout Australia, ASEAN, China and Middle East on dealing with rapid transformation in the international education and training environment. Participants will also be introduced to NEAS Community Endorsements for Education Agents, Products and Services Providers and ELT Professionals.

Complete the quiz below to receive your CPD and certificate.

CPD points: 1

Webinar: Online Delivery in ELT

During this workshop, Dr Patrick Pheasant outlines why the online delivery of English Language Teaching (ELT) in Higher Education, VET and ELICOS centres within ASEAN and Australia is increasing in importance. Patrick will also examine hybrid models in this specialisation.

CPD points: 1

English Language Teachers as Leaders

This course is for school teachers from Language Institutes and Malaysian universities and schools interested in professional development, continuous ongoing quality improvements and innovative teaching techniques for English language.

This workshop was delivered by Dr Patrick Pheasant, CEO of NEAS Australia – Australia’s leading expert in Independent, Non-Governmental Quality Assurance of English Language Teaching.

Students for this course will need to complete watching the entire webinar. You will need 1 hour for the webinar.

CPD points: 1

Student Engagement Strategies for English Language Teaching

This course is for school teachers from Language Institutes interested in professional development, continuous ongoing quality improvements and innovative teaching techniques for English language.

This workshop was delivered by Dr Patrick Pheasant, CEO of NEAS Australia – Australia’s leading expert in Independent, Non-Governmental Quality Assurance of English Language Teaching.

Students for this course will need to complete watching the entire webinar. You will need 1 hour for the webinar.

CPD points: 1

Research in ELT

This workshop is for teachers, managers and support staff who would like to learn more about embedding research into their professional practice.

CPD points: 1