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PPM - Post-proficiency Maintenance


The Course

This course is organized in two face-to-face modules, each one taking 14 weeks, and is intended for post proficiency learners. Apart from classes, each course participant will also have access to a learning system, where materials will be kept for later use. All work is done in class, with a few out-of-class tasks.


The PPM is a ‘light’ course, intended to help you keep your level, through in-class discussion, but very little out-of-class work. It addresses topics and questions we are always in doubt about. There is always a tip on how to teach your students and what’s new in the ELT market. It focuses on the four skills, using a great deal of movies, songs and multimedia presentations.


Opening dates & Venues



Starts: February 12, 2020 (Wednesdays)

Ends: June 24, 2020

Day and Time: Wednesdays, from 7pm to 9:30pm

Number of teachers: 07 to 15

Venue: one of GTP member schools, in Higienópolis (São Paulo)

Note: closed groups can be taught at their own schools


Course Materials

All provided by GTP.


Fees and Discount Policy 

Course fee: R$3.000,00 (payable in installments via invoice or Pagseguro)


> Early Bird discounts:

Sign up until Nov 22/19

(30% OFF)

08 X R$262.50

Nov/19 - June/20

Sign up until Dec 10/19

(20% OFF)

07 X R$342,00

Dec/19 - June/20

Sign up until Jan 10/20

(10% OFF)

06 X R$450,00

Jan - Jun/20


1. This fee will remain the same for the subsequent module for those who finish PPM1.

2. In case a group is not formed, 100% of the investment will be returned to the teacher.

3. Teachers will get 10% extra discount for each participant they refer to the course (for the time they are

    actively enrolled, and to a top limit of 90% discount).

4. Closed groups (minimum of 08 participants) also count on an extra discount.

Payment options: Pagseguro for Brazilian candidates (other methods will be taken into consideration). 



Further Questions

If you want to get more details, write to the course coordinator, Gabriel Menezes (