Five training courses have been organised by the EPG partners, in Autumn 2013. The objectives of these courses were:
To raise awareness of the project and highlight the Grid’s added-value for teacher’s professional development;
To train the participants to use the Grid and its electronic version;
To help the participants to implement the Grid in their institutions and networks.
Training course were held in the following countries, and in the national language of the organising institution:
In Bulgaria on 11 October 2013 (to find out more, click here);
In France on 13 September 2013 (to find out more, click here);
In Germany on 16 September 2013 (to find out more, click here);
In Spain on 4 October 2013 (to find out more, click here);
In the UK on 15 October 2013 (to find out more, click here).
THE EPG FINAL SEMINAR
Over the last two years the European Profiling Grid project, co-financed by the European Commission, has worked to create an innovative tool to improve the quality of language training in Europe. This instrument, the European Profiling Grid (EPG), is a practical tool for mapping and assessing language teacher competencies internationally.
The final seminar took place in October 2013, in the beautiful former Sèvres Porcelain Works on the outskirts of Paris, and aimed to discover more about the EPG and how it could be implemented in different teaching context.
The seminar enabled:
to learn more about the EPG project, its context and its main results;
The last issue of the EPG Newsletter is now available online. Please take a look if you are interested in finding out more about the final seminar and the training courses. We hope you enjoy reading it!
Final seminar | Registration closing soon
A few places remain for the final seminar of the EPG project! Click on the link below for an opportunity to know more about EPG and its possibilities, and to be among the first to discover the digital interactive version of the profiling grid.