EPG seminars

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 objectives

The seminar enabled:

  • to learn more about the EPG project, its context and its main results;
  • to find out about the final version of the European Profiling Grid (9 linguistic versions);
  • to discuss the specific uses of the European Profiling Grid with participants from all over Europe.

Target group

  • Language school managers or director of studies
  • Language teacher trainers
  • Members of organisations involved in language learning and teaching
  • Education professionals actively involved in promoting mobility

Languages

  • Interpretation was available in French and English during the plenary sessions.
  • Workshops were be held in both French and English.

Programme

Download the programme in English / in French

Practical and financial information

Click here to find out more.

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THE EPG VALORISATION SEMINAR

The EPG Valorisation seminar took place on November 8th, 2012, at the Goethe Institut in Munich (Germany).

70 participants, from 16 European countries, gathered to explore issues related to the European Profiling Grid.

Presentations (in English): click here.

One thought on “EPG seminars

  1. hello,
    young language teachers seem to be at a loss when starting a career, this is why your grid will be more than welcome. The more experience ones may still need it to reconsider their routines: better late than never
    Prof Mohamed Miliani
    university of Oran, Algeria

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