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Certifying your students with the Oxford Test of English

The only international language proficiency test validated by the University of Oxford now at Universidad de Lima Language Center

Thursday, October 20 | from 18:00 to 19:00 hours

Vía Zoom


Do you teach students aged 12+? Would you like to find out more about what the Oxford Test of English can do for them, for you and your institution? Have you heard about the Oxford University Press – Assessment Journey? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, come to this webinar and learn more about the only test that is certified by the best university in the world—the University of Oxford—and offered in Peru at Universidad de Lima Language Center.

In this webinar we will be exploring:

·         What the Oxford Test of English is and how it works

·         How it meets the needs of your students

·         The two versions of the test and how they cater to students of different ages

·         How to help your students to get ready for the test


Martin Caicedo holds a master´s degree in English Language Teaching for Self-Directed Learning from Universidad de La Sabana (Colombia), a graduate diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from Anaheim University (USA) and a specialization in Educational Management from Universidad de San Buenaventura (Colombia). With more than 19 years of experience in the English Language Teaching (ELT) field, Martin has held positions such as schoolteacher and university professor, academic director for the binational center Centro Colombo Americano (Pereira), head of the English Department at Liceo Taller San Miguel (Pereira), national program coordinator for the Ministry of National Education’s Colombia Bilingüe program, among others. He currently works as regional assessment specialist for Oxford University Press in Latin America as well as adjunct professor at the Master’s Program in Didactics of English at Universidad de Caldas (Colombia). He has extensive experience in teacher training in Spain, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru and Chile.

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