LLC doing ELT consulting at Asian universities
Posted on March 2012
The Language Learning Center (LLC) has again made its presence felt as it continues to work with the University of Health and Welfare (KUHW) in Miyazaki, Japan. Made possible through the initiatives of KUHW President Dr. Miyako Kake, this English language training program involves tertiary-level Japanese students who are likely to complete postgraduate studies in the Philippines, US, Australia, New Zealand, or UK.
Sheila Katrina Sanchez and Jarrie Ann Roman are now in Miyazaki to undertake the second half of this three-month English language program.
The first half was implemented on 06-26 April 2012, where Alvin Nabayra, LLC programs and communications officer, supervised the administration of the English language needs assessment. Online advisement is ongoing through the advisement of Christopher Gabriel, LLC director of studies, particularly along key areas of materials design and development and EFL testing and evaluation. The team WAS ALSO FEATURED in ONE OF THE LEADING BROADSHEETS in Miyazaki as UHWF inaugurated its English Village.
Initial talks have likewise been set for another round of teacher and learner training on English language in Nagoya, Japan. Blue Planet's Mary Tolentino has been coordinating with LLC for a one-month intensive training of Japanese teachers and students in Nagoya. Furthermore, another teacher training on English language proficiency is set to happen at University of Semarang in Indonesia in coordination with the Professional Education Department of the College of Education. This partnership is made possible through the efforts of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Mission, External Affairs, and Advancement, the Office of the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Scholarship and Academic Services, and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research.