I heard the term core skills just recently. After I read, I understand that these skills are related to the so called 21st-century skills, soft skills, generic skills, graduate attributes, or somehow character building skills. I was fortunate that after a selection, I got the chance to be one of the trainers from British Council, Indonesia. Actually, together with Pak Toar, a colleague from UKSW, we are trainers from the second year. BC had already three other trainers from the first year. Due to the need, more trainers were sent to the event.
If the US government has Regional English Language Office (RELO) that has aided many of my professional development journeys, like the 2017 TESOL Convention in Seattle, E-Teacher, RELO Seminar, and many meetings in the annual conferences, now I had the opportunity to learn and work with BC. Here are some photos to cherish the ToT in Bangkok. I met lots of new colleagues from different parts of South East Asia, and trainers from Head Office of BC in London.
After coming back, British Council Indonesia has arranged several pieces of training for teachers and Head Teachers.
Wait, some more pics! 😀
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