Teacher Training

I am a certified Teacher Trainer. As well as tutoring on Cambridge CELTA courses, I also tutor on the Cert IBET (Certificate in International Business English Training), as well as a short course in Teaching One-to-One.

Below is a list of other teacher training courses I give or have given, or programmes I have worked on.

Please contact me if you would like to make an enquiry about teacher training at your institution. I can help you assess your teachers' needs and plan and deliver a teacher training syllabus.


I am a Cambridge-certified CELTA tutor and have tutored on CELTA courses in the UK and Germany.

Online Tutor

I tutor on the following courses for the online training consultancy The Consultants-E:

  • Cert IBET (Certificate in International Business English Training), a 60-hour course validated by English UK and LanguageCert
  • Teaching One-to-One, a short course (15 hours over 2 weeks) for anyone interested in teaching students on a one-to-one basis 
Education Ministries

For the Bavarian Ministry of Education, I have tutored on teacher training programmes at the Akademie für Lehrerfortbildung und Personalführung in Dillingen and at the University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt.

In 2011-2012, I was involved in a project to train teachers in implementing CLIL into lessons at their college of education in Linz, Austria.

Teacher Training Workshops

I hold workshops for English teachers' associations and for in-company trainers. I have given teacher training workshops in Germany and Austria, as well as online, on topics such as:

  • how to teach business English
  • time and workload management
  • coaching one-to-one business clients
  • blended learning and mobile learning
  • using technology for teaching business English
  • vocabulary-building in business English courses
  • improving peer feedback in presentations training
  • speaking activities for the English language classroom
  • practical activities for business English and ESP classes
  • a dummy's guide to teaching: avoiding “simple” mistakes in the EFL classroom