Staff Profile: Nathan Lomax

Title Visiting Lecturer

School International Academy  Faculty of Social Sciences
Subject Area English for Academic Purposes  
Tel. 01902 322525  
Email n.lomax@wlv.ac.uk  
Room SH011  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary

Nathan is one of our own graduates. He started teaching through a placement with the university during his degree course in French and Spanish Studies. Since then, he has worked in HE institutions in the UK and for the British Council in Malaysia, Bahrain, Zanzibar and Peru. He teaches University and IELTS preparation courses. In his free time he enjoys walking and, as a local, is keen to share the hidden delights of the Shropshire countryside. Previously, he has organised student trips to go walking, paintballing and sea-fishing in Wales.

 

Qualifications

Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Studies in Education. Open University, UK

MA in Online & Distance Education, Open University, UK

RSA CELTYL, British Council, Bahrain

Cambridge Diploma in EFL

RSA CTEFLA

BA Hons French/Spanish Studies (with distinction for spoken language performance in French) - University of Wolverhampton

 

Recent Publications

2015: British Council ‘Voices’ magazine: Tips for teaching groups of learners on Skype

https://www.britishcouncil.org/voices-magazine/tips-teaching-groups-learners-skype

 

Conference Papers

2011: ‘Language Learning and Teaching with Technology’, TESOL Arabia, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE.

2010: Internet and Classroom based Instructional Technologies ‘A Foundation for using Web 2.0 tools in EFL’ TESOL Arabia workshop, UAE.