Disclaimer: The posting of information regarding the Teaching of English for Academic Purposes (TEAP) courses on this page is a service that BALEAP provides to its members. However, BALEAP does not accept responsibility for the content or quality of any of the courses. Should you have any queries about the information provided here, it is suggested that you contact the institution concerned directly.
In 2020 the Centre for Academic Language and Development at the University of Bristol will be running three one-week intensive TEAP courses with slightly different target audiences.
January 6 -10: we particularly welcome those with more EAP experience who would like to work toward the BALEAP TEAP Fellow or Senior Fellow. The 5 strands (A-E) of the BALEAP TEAP competencies will be addressed.
March 30 – April 3: we are flexible regarding the level of this course and will adjust the course according to the needs of the group
June 8- 12: we particularly welcome those with less EAP experience – perhaps a pre-sessional summer programme or some non-EAP teaching experience. This course will focus more on the core elements (C1 & C2) of teaching practice, assessment and feedback leading to a claim for Associate Fellow
In all cases the group size will be kept to around 14-16 and we welcome participants from a range of different backgrounds.
The scheme of work covers a 5-day week from 9:00 -5:00 and there will be preparation tasks and reading outside of those hours. It really is intensive!
There is no teaching practice. Teaching observation will be done using a video clip.
The course is not assessed. Participants will receive a certificate of completion.
Accommodation is not available through the university.
The registration fee of £400 will be payable through the University of Bristol online shop. Application can made through email to email@example.com from September 2019.
Due to the pandemic, SOAS now only runs online one-month TEAP courses.
TEAP Part-Time Online Courses for 2020: May (sold out), August (sold out) and November (places still available). The November course dates are 2nd – 27th.
The course will require a minimum of 30 hours to complete, though with a recommended commitment of 50 hours of your time. Most of this is flexible.
Daily one-hour live online sessions are fixed at 12:00 BST 13:00 CEST Mon-Thurs (subject to amendment) and pair live tutorials scheduled to mutual convenient time slots.
Full details and application forms are available at: www.soas.ac.uk/ifcels/teap
Download our TEAP application form 2020
For further information see: www.soas.ac.uk/ifcels/teap
For queries and up-to-date details, contact Head of TEAP courses: Tony Corballis at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Certificate in Teaching English for Academic Purposes has been created by Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University to advance the very best practice in EAP in higher education in China and beyond. It is the only qualification of its type in China and is designed for employers to recognise a teacher’s excellence in the field. It is a practical certificate that will have a direct impact on a teacher’s understanding of EAP and their classroom practice.
The CTEAP is not just a training course but is a transformative experience, which encourages teachers to think of themselves and their work differently and to position themselves differently within their places of work.
Further information: Certificate in Teaching English for Academic Purpose
Registration period：10.01.2019 ~ 01.07.2019 | 10.01.2019 ~ 12.08.2019
Training period：15.07.2019 ~ 19.07.2019 | 19.08.2019 ~ 23.08.2019
Training location：Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China
Expiry date of early bird price：20.03.2019 Early bird price: ￥4300 (approx. £450)
Host unit：Institute of Leadership and Education Advanced Development
￥4800 (approx. £500)
Registration and Consultation
For organizations and individuals who wish to sign up for participation, please fill in the registration form on the ILEAD website.
For enquiries about registration, please contact
Yuren Zhang: Yuren.Zhang@XJTLU.edu.cn
Chenyue Zhu: Chenyue.Zhu@XJTLU.edu.cn 0512-81884656.
The Language Testing at Lancaster summer course is for those individuals or teams whose work or personal interests involve them in language test construction and development at the local or national level. Weeks 1 and 2 of the course will help participants build on their knowledge of language testing by providing theoretical input on issues central to language testing and hands-on opportunities to develop test items. In addition, two further one-week courses focus on the analysis of test data: Week 3 focuses on the role of inferential statistics in classical test theory while week 4 offers an introduction to modern test theory.
English for Academic Study at the University of Glasgow offers a fully online masters-level course in Teaching English for Academic Purposes
For more details see our webpages: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mlc/eas/teap/
Or contact: Carole.MacDiarmid@glasgow.ac.uk
The English Language Teaching Centre at the University of Sheffield are now offering a fully online CPD course called Learning Technologies in EAP. This course is designed for EAP teachers who see the value of technology in the classroom but who feel they lack the confidence or skills needed to integrate it effectively. A brief overview:
If you want to learn more about the course, including testimonials from previous participants, please go to the link below on our website:
The University of Brighton offers a 20-credit Masters Level TEAP module as part of their MA TESOL or for external candidates.
For details of the progamme and to apply, please contact: email@example.com.
A flexible on-line course for EFL practitioners who want to develop a career in EAP and those currently teaching EAP who want to deepen their understanding of academic discourse, learner needs and language learning pedagogy.
The course is informed by the BALEAP competency statements and led by a BALEAP Senior Fellow and experts in the EAP knowledge-base.
The course lasts sixteen weeks and fits around your teaching and other commitments.
The two learning-oriented assessments are applied to your own context and are reflective.
This is an academic course for 30 post-graduate credits, which can be used to support further study and career development.
Dates: Starts January 2020.
Or contact: John Wrigglesworth, firstname.lastname@example.org
CPD face-to-face version available to groups on request.
The PgCert TEAP provides a valuable opportunity for existing or potential EAP teachers, within the UK and overseas, to build the skills required of you as an expert practitioner plus gain a TEAP qualification from a top ranking UK university.
The modules you will study relate to – and are closely informed by – the competency framework set out by BALEAP, the leading professional organisation for EAP in the UK.
The course will provide you with:
Studying by supported distance learning allows you to choose when and where you study, meaning you do not have to take a career break. We pride ourselves on the level of support we provide our distance learning students. Our award-winning library has world class facilities for distance learning students. You will have full access to our other support services and will be assigned a personal tutor. Out virtual learning environment Blackboard offers a wide range of study support material, and you will have the opportunity to join an interactive web-based community of fellow students around the world.
The course runs for 9 months starting in October with four 15-credit modules.
Fees for October 2019 are £3,200. A 20% discount is available if you can produce a reference from a line manager at a BALEAP member institution, confirming your employment at that institution. There are also discounts available for institutions who fund 5 students or more in a two year period and partner institutions. Please contact us for further details regarding institutional discounts.
The University of Northampton is pleased to introduce their suite of master’s level courses (from PG Cert to full MA) for people who teach / or who are interested in teaching English for Academic Purposes (TEAP). This distance learning programme has been designed to not only develop you as a TEAP practitioner, but also for you to develop the skills and experience necessary for publishing research in EAP. The programme is aligned to the BALEAP TEAP competencies and will enable you to work towards compiling your BALEAP TEAP portfolio. There is no discrete teaching practice element to the programme, although you will be encouraged to apply what you learn to your current teaching practice (if teaching). There will be an option to join us in Northampton for a summer school to undertake teaching practice and observations.
Led by BALEAP TEAP accredited, experienced practitioners and academics the MA TEAP is a collaborative and supportive network that applies theory from Education and Applied Linguistics to classroom practice and the BALEAP TEAP competencies. Graduates from the programme will be TEAP practitioners who can positively contribute to the field from a theory-driven yet practice focused perspective.
PG Cert TEAP: Starting 28th January 2020
Varieties of EAP (30 Credits)
Language in EAP (30 Credits)
PG Dip TEAP: Starting 21st September 2020
Knowledge in EAP (30 Credits)
Politics of EAP (30 Credits)
Dissertation (60 Credits)
Home/ EU and International: £2,160 per 60 credits (fees for January 2020)
To find out more:
This course aims to equip you with the skills necessary to become a competent, research-informed and innovative English for Academic Purposes (EAP) practitioner.
The MA TEAP focuses on the development of teacher competencies required to improve the academic literacy of students, and entails knowledge and skills that incorporate much more than basic mastery of classroom management skills and knowledge of language systems.
In order to achieve this, and on the basis that EAP is essentially interdisciplinary, the course draws on a wide range of intellectual sources including:
This course is studied online. There are Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate exit points. It starts in September or February and can be completed in just three years. It is part-time only.
The course comprises four 30-credit modules, plus a 60-credit dissertation.
For further information on this course see:
For academic enquiries, contact Dr. Martha Jones, Course Leader, at email@example.com
The MA in Academic Writing Development and Research, along with its associated PgDip and PgCert, will prepare professionals who want to specialise in the support of students and academic staff in writing for assessment or for professional publication. The programme is intended for those working in English-medium institutions or programmes, whether you work in wider contexts where English is a first or additional language. The Master’s and allied programmes will prepare you to help students and staff, whether L1 or L2 English users, write for assessment or for scholarly dissemination.
The Certificate in Academic Writing Development includes modules on teaching and supporting academic writing, supporting writing for professional publication, and writing centre management. It also includes a module that interrogates the dominance of English in scholarly dissemination.
The Master’s and Diploma in Academic Writing Development and Research additionally include modules on writing in the disciplines and research methodologies for investigating academic writing. On the Master’s programme, you will write a dissertation in which you can focus on issues appropriate to your own context.
With an optional four-day face-to-face session each term in Coventry, six online or blended modules, and a dissertation for the Master’s, this programme is ideal for professionals already working in writing support. The course is designed so that you do not have to leave your workplace to pursue your studies, but you can choose to attend the face-to-face sessions and work directly with your colleagues and the lecturers.
More information: https://www.coventry.ac.uk/academic-writing-ma/
The MA in Language Testing is designed to meet the needs of professionals who are involved in language testing and evaluation, including EAP professionals who need to be able to assess EAP learners’ progress and achievements on EAP courses as well as learners’ EAP proficiency. This Masters programme provides you with a solid grounding in language test design, construction and evaluation, and in research design. This ensures that your testing and evaluation practices and the policies you create within your own contexts conform to international standards of validity and reliability.
With a short orientation seminar to launch the course, five online modules, and a dissertation, it is ideal for part-time learning. It offers opportunities to base your coursework and dissertation on issues within your own educational contexts. The course is designed so that you do not have to leave your workplace to pursue your studies.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Language Testing comprises the first three modules of the MA programme. It will appeal to students who want to develop their knowledge and skills in language testing but are perhaps unable to commit to a longer period of study or to a dissertation project. Students who are successful on the PgCert programme can transfer easily to the second year of the MA programme. Graduates holding the PgCert qualification may return later to complete the full MA programme.
More information: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/linguistics/masters-level/