Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (Mandarin or Cantonese) is a teacher training programme which aims to train well qualified Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) teachers in order to cope with the fast-growing demand of Chinese teachers in the UK. This programme emphasizes practical skills and effective strategies for teaching groups, individuals, adults and children.
With the improvement of comprehensive national strength, Chinese people who have a great desire for knowledge, are increasingly eager in understanding and studying world culture systematically. Museums and art galleries are some of the best ways for them to learn about the culture. The trend enhances the importance and charm of being a Mandarin docent in a museum and art galleries context.
Seeing such strong demand in the market, Ming-Ai (London) Institute and the UK China Culture Education Association decided to hold a short course on Docent Training (Mandarin Speaking) from November 18, 2019.