Do You Want to Find Out More About the Free British Council Webinar?

What is a webinar? A webinar is similar to a seminar (conference) but conducted over the internet. The benefits of a webinar are that attendees (people who wish to attend the webinar) do not need to be present at a physical venues, meaning that you can attend from wherever you are in the world - home, work, or on your mobile device if you are in between - from any country or city (as long as you have a sufficient internet connection).  

The British Council have roles to Train and Mentor Malaysian teachers. The British Council project managers are based in Malaysia and will be conducting the webinar. They will provide you with further information regarding these roles. At this webinar you'll be able to find out more about these roles and get all your questions answered by the British Council Project Leaders themselves.

We can extend the audience to include people in more than one country at the same time. Depending on the time zone in your country (and how late or early you wish to stay up!) you can join the webinar before, after or from work. 

You can register to join our webinar which will be held on Wednesday October 23rd, 2013 at 1:00PM or 6.00PM SGT. These are the most suitable times for the Project Managers who are based in Malaysia and will also work for a lot of potential attendees to join the webinar either before work, after work or in their lunch break. 

Your EFL career is about to take a step up. Now you can train teachers and work for the leading EFL provider in the world. These roles start January 2013 and applications are already open. 

You'll play a key part in delivering high quality British Council language proficiency, teacher development and coaching to teachers from government schoools. 

To find out more please visit our Facebook event page or go to these links to register for the webinars: 

Webinar 1: 1.00pm Singapore Standard Time, 23rd October

Please visit this link to register:

Webinar 2: 6.00pm Singapore Standard Time, 23rd October

Please visit this link to register:

These webinars will cover the same topics, so you will only need to register for one. Please ensure you register so you are able to access the webinar!