This week, LRDP met with staff and students from the MA Ed TESOL programme at Bishop Grosseteste University to talk to them about the OET test, and the invaluable work that our OET and ESOL teachers do in supporting our members to achieve GMC registration.
Dr Kay Johnson, who is the BGU’s MA TESOL programme leader, said that: ‘Guest lectures delivered by LRDP for the university have demonstrated what a valuable role LRDP play in unlocking the potential of the doctors they support. Thanks to these lectures, students from BGU’s MA and BA TESOL programmes have been able to see even more opportunities for them to apply the language and teaching knowledge and skills they develop at university when they graduate. Our students left inspired and enthused, thanks to the expertise and passion shown by LRDP staff for what they do – thank you LRDP!’
We look forward to further collaborations with BGU in the future – and very much hope that we might have inspired some future OET teachers.