Find out more the Aptis test, test format and how to perform best in the test

In these webinars from 20 to 28 June, our Aptis experts will cover: 

  • the Aptis test format for each of the skills 
  • the types of tasks for each component with examples 
  • what to expect for each skill and at different CEFR levels
  • advice and strategies on how to prepare and perform better
  • how to achieve B2 or C1 in Aptis.

Please register for the webinars by clicking on the respective registration links in the table below. 

Topic Date and time Register for this webinar
All about Aptis General 20 June 2023, 17-18 CET Register here 
All about Aptis for Teachers 22 June 2023, 17-18 CET Register here 
All about Aptis Advanced 23 June 2023, 17-18 CET Register here
Aiming for B2 27 June 2023, 17-18 CET Register here
Aiming for C1 28 June 2023, 17-18 CET Register here 

Meet our Aptis experts who will be leading the webinars

Portrait of Aidan Holland, one of the speakers

Aidan Holland

Aidan Holland has been working in English language teaching since 2004. He worked in Taiwan, Italy and the UK before settling in Spain where he started working for the British Council. Since then, Aidan has worked in a variety of roles at a local, national, regional and global level.
Aidan has an MA in TEFL/SL from the University of Birmingham and is currently studying for a second MA in Language Testing with Lancaster University.

Portrait of Jon Kear, one of the speakers

Jon Kear

Jon Kear is the Aptis ESOL Global Product Manager with previous experience as Exams Commercial Manager in British Council Portugal and Spain. Before moving to examinations management, Jon worked as an English teacher and examiner for nearly 20 years in Spain and Hong Kong.
Jon has extensive teacher and examiner training experience and holds an MA in English Teaching from the University of London.

Portrait of  Mark O'Sullivan, one of the speakers

Mark O’Sullivan

Mark O’ Sullivan has been involved in ESL teaching since 2005 and has been working with the British Council since 2010.
He currently works as an Assessment Consultant for the Global Assessment team and has been involved in several projects involving test development, learning design, teacher training courses and workshops, as well as large-scale assessment projects.  He is currently studying for an MA in Language Testing at Lancaster University, and his research interests include studies in bilingual policy. 

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