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Trinity events and conferences

Trinity organises and appears at a number of UK events throughout the year, from webinars, English language presentations and music workshops, to international exhibitions and educational conferences.

Most Trinity-organised events are free, but may require advance registration. Further details appear below.

We look forward to seeing you soon.


Academic and specialist conferences
Further details about conferences, where Trinity is attending as a participant or guest, will appear on this page.

Trinity events and workshops
Trinity-organised events and workshops appear listed on the Trinity Eventbrite page, where you can also register.

Music events and INSET sessions
We hold information sessions for teachers and learners who would like to find out more about our Classical and Jazz and Rock & Pop exams, and regularly present at major music events and conferences. More details, including how to request an INSET session, can be found on our Music events page.



The Future of English Language Teaching

Educational conference | London, UK | Saturday 17 June 2017

Regent's University and Trinity College London are pleased to present the Second Teachers’ Conference on the Future of English Language Teaching. 

Specialist speakers in breakout sessions will address the four key themes of:

  • EMI/Multilingualism
  • Teaching Young Learners
  • Best Practices
  • Teacher Education

Tickets: £15 or £10 early-bird until 17 May 2017

Book here: http://goo.gl/VTcRGr 

More information


Macmilan and English UK ‘Get Ready for Summer’ conference

Educational conference | London, UK | Sunday 11th June 2017

This English UK conference is dedicated to managers and experienced teachers involved with summer schools and will provide valuable and practical information in relation to managing and tackling issues which may arise during summer school programmes.

Opening the event, Fiona Dunlop will outline ways in which you can provide CPD for short term summer staff. Steve Wheeler (Trinity) will then focus on how to motivate teachers and other staff.

After lunch, Emma-Jayne Robinson (Macmillan) will give some advice on evaluating junior materials for summer courses. Heather Rhodes will then discuss how to maintain discipline within your summer school.

Finally, Thom Jones will show you how to survive and prosper in the summer season, leaving you ready for anything that the summer can throw at you!

  • To see the full timetable click here.
  • Prices are £40 for members and £60 for non members.
  • To book your space click here.


The Business English Trainers Conference - English UK

Educational conference | London, UK | Saturday 10th June 2017


The Business English Trainers' Conference is designed for academic managers and trainers who either specialise in or have some involvement in the world of business English.

This year's conference will focus on a range of issues connected with professional English course delivery, blended learning, corpora, intercultural training, and much more.

Click here to find out more.



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