• 6 - 7 March 2020, Delhi, India

    English A: Language & Literature

    6 -7 March 2020 | Delhi, India

    An invigorating two-day workshop on the new Language and Literature guide.

    Brad Philpot is travelling to India to train up teachers on the new Language and Literature guide. The hands-on workshop will take place on 6-7 March at DPS International Gurgaon. We promise two engaging days of indispensable hands-on training supported by great resources. 

    Friday 6 - Saturday 7 March from 9:00 - 16:45. Check out the full agenda > for an overview of the planned sessions.

    New ánd experienced teachers of IBDP English A: Language & Literature 

    The participation fee is €365 (₹29,000) for two days of hands-on training. This includes lunch, beverages, a Philpot Education Certificate and a year subscription to the Language & Literature Support Site.      

    Register online or by sending an email to aafje@philpoteducation.com

    Meeting venue & accommodation
    The meeting will be hosted at the DPS International Gurgaon, Delhi, India. Please find a list of recommended hotels on the Location page >

    Participants are responsible for their own accommodation arrangements and travel to and from the event. 

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    This workshop will run as scheduled.

    To limit concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and to prevent exposure to others, we are kindly asking participants to refrain from coming to the workshop if:

    • they have a fever and respiratory symptoms (such as a cough, sneezing, shortness of breath or pneumonia) 
    • they have recently (<14 days) travelled to the mainland of China, Taiwan, Macau, Hongkong, Singapore, Iran or Northern Italy

    Thank you for your cooperation!

    Please send an email to aafje@philpoteducation.com for a last-minute registration for this workshop . 
    Brad Philpot on the new guide
    ©Cambridge University Press

    English A: LangLit Coursebook 2019

    English A: Language and Literature coursebook by Brad Philpot, 2019. 
    Cambridge University Press

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