Many of you will have already heard the sad news that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away. 

We wanted to let you know that we are observing an 11-day mourning period during which we will be pausing Teachers' webinar on Thursday 15 September to pay our respects. 

We will let you know in due course when this webinar will be rescheduled.

Are your students getting ready to take their IELTS? Are you interested in teaching IELTS? Or are you hoping to be an English-Language teacher?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, our IELTS webinars can help. They are free to join, delivered by English experts and created especially for anyone who will be helping students take the next step in the dreams of achieving a high IELTS score.

Upcoming dates:

Date and time Topic Description
15 September 2022, 12:00 pm UK time Academic Writing Task 1: tasks with 2 diagrams This webinar will start with a quick overview of Academic Writing Task 1 and then will look at the challenges of these types of question and the strategies to deal with them, namely, how and where to start, and how to organise the answer.
15 October 2022, 12:00 pm UK time Academic Writing Task 1: using sample essays Many course books provide model answers for test takers but often these can be intimidating rather than helpful. In this webinar we will look at how using real sample essays provide our students with an achievable model. We will look at some essays to see how they can be used for noticing arguments and examples, identifying good language.
15 November 2022, 12:00 pm UK time Writing Task 2 After a quick review of Writing Task 2, we will look at the assessment criteria and discuss how we can use them with our students to best effect. Then will look at ways to help our students analyse the question, come up with ideas, and organise those ideas into a coherent essay.
15 December 2022, 12:00 pm UK time Grammar Hacks for IELTS The aim of this webinar is to look at how we can help test takers improve their grammatical accuracy in a short time in a localised and focused sense in the context of the IELTS test.