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CCCとは?CCC学内風景スタッフ紹介カンタベリー紹介ケント大学紹介

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チョーサー・カレッジ・カンタベリー(CCC)は1992年に川島寛士先生によって創立された、秀明大学専用の高等教育施設であり、キャンパス内には約200人を収容できる学生寮が設置されています。英国立ケント大学の敷地の一部に設置されていますが、組織的にはケント大学から独立した教育施設です。本学の学生はケント大学のスチューデント・ユニオンに加入することができ、ケント大学内のスポーツ施設や医療施設を利用することができます。そして、秀明大学の学生のための留学プログラムが設置され、本学の単位が修得できます。

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スタッフ紹介

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Catherine Vines
Principal

Richard Venner

Catherine Vines has over thirty years’ experience in International education both as a lecturer, in Marketing and Recruitment and as Manager in UK and Asia. She has held senior Management posts at London based education institutions including Principal of Brunel University International College and Campus Director for Glyndwr University London. As Director of the International College at Ealing Hammersmith & West London College, Catherine led an exceptional team to become the only education establishment in UK to win the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise twice. The first award was for outstanding innovation in international trade. The second was for outstanding contribution to UK economy through academic development. Catherine has been appointed a UK college reviewer by the Association of Colleges and has been awarded a Fellowship by the Royal Society of Arts for leadership and management.

Richard Venner
Director of Shumei University Courses

Richard Venner

I have been an English language teacher and teacher trainer for over fifteen years and have over eleven years’ experience teaching Japanese learners and training Japanese teacher trainees. I have designed successful English language courses and teacher training courses for the Japanese market.
My areas of special interest include English teaching methodology, phonology and phonics and active learning techniques.
I have expertise in creating ‘student-centred’ learning tasks and devising ‘active teaching’ techniques for the language classroom. These include pairwork and group work tasks and the effective use of role play and kinesthetic activities to promote learning. I am presenting at this year’s IATEFL conference in Liverpool. My session title is ‘Thinking with your hands: using LEGO in the language classroom.’

Qualifications

I have a 2:1 BA joint honours degree from the University of Wales, Swansea in Spanish & Italian. I have a Cambridge CELTA, DELTA, Post-Graduate Diploma TESOL and Master’s Degree TESOL from Christ Church University, Canterbury.

Caroline Smith
Teacher

Caroline Smith

Teaching EFL since 2011 in South Korea, Poland, Indonesia, and the UK. Experience teaching General English, exam English and EAP. Designed successful courses for Very Young Learners, EAP, and teacher trainees.
Areas of interest include using Children’s Literature in the primary EFL classroom, phonology, and working with students with SEN.

Qualifications

BA (Hons) English Literature and French (2:1), University of Wales, Cardiff; CELTA; Delta modules 1 and 3 – module 2 is being worked on at time of writing.

Philip Popescu
Teacher

Philip Popescu

Philip Popescu first worked for Chaucer College in 1998, but not continuously, having worked several years at a university in the UAE and for several years at a university Osaka, Japan. Philip has a strong interest in materials development and has written two textbooks and some 20 readers and short stories, all for the South East Asian publication. He enjoys the application of drama and story-telling to teaching. He previously worked in schools in Malaysia, a further education collage in Sweden and a language school in France.

Qualifications

Philip holds a Master’s in Education from Manchester University, a Postgraduate Teaching Diploma from Christ Church University and a Bachelor’s from Birmingham University.

David Williams
Teacher

David Williams

David has been an English Language Teacher at Chaucer College since 2005.
He has a BA (Hons) in English and Drama, a PGCE (Secondary) in English and Drama with QTS status from the Institute of Education, London University and an English Language Teaching qualification.
David has been teaching English since 1992 and has taught in Greece, Portugal and Spain, where he taught in private language schools and Austria where he taught in state schools. Prior to coming to Chaucer College, he worked at a British council school for four years teaching English to multilingual groups. Areas of special interest include Drama in the EFL classroom and TOEIC Vocabulary.

Sally Willsher
Teacher

Sally Willsher

Sally has a BA in English Literature and Drama, a PGCE in English and TEFL, and an MEd in TESOL and Educational Technology. She has previously worked in Spain, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Turkey. She first worked at Chaucer College in 1994, and returned to the college after six years in a Hong Kong secondary school. Areas of Special Interest: Computer Studies and Educational Technology.

Christopher Madeley
IELTS Administrator

Christopher Madeley

English language teacher and examinations administrator with over twenty years’ experience of IELTS Test Centre administration.


Qualifications

Level 4 BTEC Professional Certificate in Managing Examinations
2.1 BA honours degree from The University of Newcastle upon Tyne in French Language, Literature and Thought.
Master of Arts from the University of Reading in Teaching English as a Foreign Language
Master of Arts with Distinction from the University of London School of Oriental and African Studies in Area Studies (Japan)

Tony Maver
Director of International Coursesstrator

Tony Maver

Tony has been teaching at Chaucer College since 1997. Before he lived and worked in Japan for 11 years, teaching at a number of Japanese universities in and around Tokyo including Nihon University and Keio University. He also spent time teaching English to trainee diplomats at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Gaimshyo). He has a BA in Geography from Lancaster University and a diploma in TEFLA which he obtained whilst working in Japan. He also has a MA in TESOL, from Canterbury Christchurch University, specialising in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). For many years he taught on the Japanese Shumei pogrammes, including the Shumei Foundation Course, but currently works as the Director of International Courses.

Jacob Brant
Teacher

Jacob Brant

English language teacher for five years. Designed successful courses for Japanese undergraduate students on ‘British Culture’ and ‘Social Studies’. A lifelong musician with an interest in Japanese experimental music. Designed a 5-month Music course for Shumei students. Have worked in Spain, France and Italy.

Qualifications

2:1 BA degree in Philosophy, University of Kent. Cambridge CELTA.

Richard Pigott
Director of Japanese High School Programmes

Richard Pigott

An English language teacher for 20 years, with 15 years’ experience teaching Japanese students. Managed Shumei High School courses for 13 years and in the last five years overseen the International courses at Chaucer College. Areas of special interest include students welfare and safeguarding

Qualifications

2:2 BA Honours German Studies from the University of Warwick. Cambridge CELTA, NVQ Level 3 Management, Level 3 Safeguarding

Tracey Barnes
Teacher

Tracey Barnes

English language teacher with over 30 years’ experience in the education sector. Experience of working across varied curricula with both private and public providers in the UK and Canada, and including a wide age range from Early Years through to Adult Education. SEN specialism.

Qualifications

BA (Hons) First Class, Humanities (English Literature) – Open University. Cambridge CELTA. OCN Level 3 Dyslexia (British Dyslexia Association)
Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Jason Davies
Teacher

Jason Davies

English language teacher for over six years with most of my experience teaching abroad across Europe. Areas of special interest include; using IT and games in the classroom. I have run TOEIC courses for the last two years, teach on the Shumei University Programme and help run the Harry Potter week. I also run a film club for students to be able to watch popular English films. I’m always eager to help with environmental and IT initiatives.

Qualifications

2:1 BA joint honours degree from the University of Keele in Law and Politics. MA in Sustainable Development from Uppsala University, Sweden. Cambridge CELTA.

Maryia Monsur
Teacher

Maryia Monsur

Prior to pursuing teaching, I was previously a Retail Manager and a Lawyer by profession. However, I changed my career in order to do a more satisfying role and have been an English Language Teacher at Chaucer College for almost 3 years; mainly with Japanese, Spanish and Italian learners. Designing and updating courses with modern topics and content, encouraging student involvement with extra-curricular activities and introducing new concepts to learners in order to broaden their Worldly knowledge has been some of my key achievements here.
I have also specialised working with low level SEN students giving them additional classroom and social support to enhance their learning experience.

Qualifications

LLB Law graduate from Middlesex University, Hendon, London. LPC graduate from The University of Law, Bloomsbury, London. Cambridge CELTA certified from The English Language Centre, Reading. Additional languages spoken include Bengali, Hindi and Urdu.

Johanna Hollander
Teacher

Johanna Hollander

Johanna has been an English language teacher since 2014 and has taught at Chaucer College since 2016. She previously worked in Italy. Her areas of interest include materials development and teaching international teenagers.

Qualifications

2:1 BA History of Art, University of Warwick, Cambridge CELTA.

David Bowden
Teacher

David Bowden

David has been teaching at Chaucer College for two years and has previously taught English in both Japan and Italy as well as the UK. He has 12 years of teaching experience, which also includes teaching in state schools.
Studied Economic and Social History at the University of Birmingham and achieved a BA 2.1 hons. Also studied at the at the University of Gloucester where I achieved my PGCE Primary qualification.

Shaun French
Centre/Activities Manager

Shaun French

My role involves the organising and running of on-site activities as well as overseeing residential welfare needs for international groups. I started out as an Activity leader several years ago and moved up the ranks at one of the UK’s largest language schools, eventually finding myself as a Senior Centre Director where I assisted in the training of senior staff as well as the running of large courses. I was also a part of the team that developed the programmes & excursions as well as organising stock and logistics around all schools.

David Gilbertson
Teacher

David Gilbertson

Studied History and Politics (BA) at the University of Wales.
I worked for some fifteen years in international financial marketing and negotiation for two large international investment banks. This position also included time living and working in Japan.
I gained my CELTA and qualified as an English teacher in 2011. In that time I have taught both Japanese and International students for over eight years, both adults and juniors. This teaching encompassed all levels and disciplines, including General English, Business Courses, CLIL and examination courses, including IELTS.
Outside of work, my hobbies and interests include rugby, cinema and theatre, and fishkeeping.

Alex Mocroft
Teacher

Alex Mocroft

Anderson Prize for Modern Foreign Languages at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School. Self-taught GCSE in Modern Greek with my own materials and a weekly conversation practice with a Cypriot. Worked in tourism and hospitality in Greece and France practicing languages before gaining my degree, also part-time throughout my degree.
Teacher(in Greece and Italy) in after school clubs in preparation for Cambridge and Michigan exams, also self-employed and a one-to-one teacher for speaking skills and professional English for specific purposes, such as lawyers and restauranteurs.
Taught Professional English to NATO officers at a Ministry of Defence army base outside Barcelona. Course included contemporary ethics debates, sociological-style essay writing and public speech whilst preparing for exams.

Qualifications

Gained OxfordTEFL CELTA certificate in Prague in 2018, and International TEFL certificate in Corinth in 2015.
BA (Hons) in Sociology from the University of Kent. Also briefly attended Southampton University to study French, German and Modern Foreign Languages.

Stephen Yates

Stephen Yates

Co-ordinator of the Shumei Teacher Education 5-month course (2008-2019); Co-ordinator of the Shumei Teacher Education Short Course overnight trips (2009-2019); English Language Teacher (2005-present)
English language teacher for over forty years with fourteen years’ experience teaching Japanese learners and training Japanese teacher trainees. IELTS examiner since 2006. In previous posts, Director of Studies at Churchill House School of English Language, Ramsgate, Kent (1999-2005); ADOS at Colchester English Study Centre, Colchester, Essex (1992-1999); Senior Teacher at Cambridge English School, Tokyo, Japan (1987-1990). Areas of special interest include English Grammar, Syntax, Business Studies and Speaking Skills.

Qualifications

A.I.L. in French with distinction in one paper from Oxford Brookes University (formerly Oxford Polytechnic). Cambridge DELTA from Hilderstone College of Adult Education, Broadstairs, Kent; and Master’s Degree in ELT from the University of Warwick.

Jonathan Gott
Teacher

Jonathan Gott

In 1996, I went to Japan, where I stayed for nine years. The first three were spent working for a language training service based in Kobe, the next six for a number of universities in the Kansai region. These included Kobe Women’s University, Kansai University of Foreign Studies, Ritsumeikan University and Doshisha University. I also worked for the British Council school in Osaka.
In order to keep my modern languages study alive, I lived and worked in both France and Germany in environments in which I was wholly immersed in the native language. Since my return to the UK in 2005, I have worked in English language schools on the south coast of England and at Chaucer College in Canterbury.
My hobbies include writing haiku, senryu and haibun in English. I publish in anthologies under the Japanese penname ‘Kamome’ as part of the Hailstone Haiku Circle based in the Kansai area. Examples of our work can be found at
https://hailhaiku.wordpress.com/representative-haiku/.

Qualifications

I have been teaching for almost 33 years since gaining my first certificate to Teach English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) in 1986. Since then, I have also acquired a diploma in TEFL and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Modern Languages (French and German). I studied Modern Languages at Christ Church, Oxford University.

Julie Maver
Teacher

Julie Maver

I have been an EFL language tutor since 1983. I graduated from Edgehill University, Lancashire and have taught English as a Foreign Language in many countries across the world. In 1987 I gained my RSA Diploma in TEFLA and spent a further 11 years teaching in Tokyo Japan where I worked as Director of All Nippon Airways English Language schools.
In addition to being a practicing IELTS examiner, I am a fully qualified OET Preparation Provider to NHS Health Care Professionals.
I started working at Chaucer College Canterbury in 2004, and have taught on a wide variety of Japanese and International student courses. Presently my role within the college is primarily as Adult Course Language Tutor. Additionally, I developed the long standing & very successful Volunteer programme at Chaucer College, which offers volunteer placements to Chaucer College students within the local community and across Kent.
Outside the College, I am a fully qualified swimming coach, teaching young people, university students & adults alike. I am a keen cyclist, runner & swimmer. I love being outdoors, climbing the mountains in the Lake District, training & walking my dogs and making the most out of life’s opportunities. I thoroughly enjoy teaching at Chaucer College and am delighted to see the positive effect our work has on the many learners choosing to study here.



カンタベリー紹介

CCCが設立されているカンタベリーは、イギリス中世の建物があちこちに残る歴史と伝統の街です。ハイライトの世界遺産カンタベリー大聖堂の周辺には、地元の特産品を扱うみやげ店やレストランなどが軒を連ねており、休日の観光スポットとして人気です。

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ケント大学紹介

国立ケント大学は、18学部を擁する総合大学。1965年創立の大学で、学部・大学院合わせて19,000人以上の学生が学んでいます。CCCは、この大学の敷地内に設置されており組織的にはケント大学から独立した教育機関ながら、秀明大学の学生はケント大学の広大なキャンパス内の図書館やスポーツジム、運動場などを自由に利用できます。ケント大学で学ぶ学生の約25%はイギリス以外の国から集まった留学生たちなのでキャンパスは国際色豊かで、イベントや課外活動に参加すれば、世界各国の学生と交流するチャンスがありイギリスの大学生活を体験することができます。

ケント大学の風景

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