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May 10, 2010

The last one-day certificate courses in teaching Japanese students to be held this June

DEH%20logo.jpgThe one-day certificate course in teaching Japanese teenagers and adults will be held for the last time in June this year, so if you were planning to take the course at some point, now is the time to attend. The course, which was started by Oxford University Press and David English House in 1999 to launch ETJ, has gained a tremendous reputation over the years, and thousands of teachers have gained the certificate.

The courses this year will be held at Toyo Gakuen University in Tokyo on Sunday June 20th and at Seifu High School in Osaka on Sunday June 27th. Trainers will include Rob Waring, David Paul and Alastair Graham-Marr.

The main reason the course is being stopped is that so many teachers have now taken it. The idea is to replace it with a new event next year that is fresh and new for everybody. Details of the new event will be announced later.

The one-day course was successful in putting ETJ on the map, and almost all teachers who attend the course join ETJ so it has been one of the main sources of new members. Rob Waring and David Paul have been trainers on the course since the beginning, and Alastair Graham-Marr has been a trainer for some years.

Full details of this year's courses will be announced soon.

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