Tapsi Chhabra is an Academic Manager at the British Council, India. In her current role, she manages the quality and delivery of customised learning solutions whether face to face, blended or completely online for organisations across North India. A large number of these organisations are schools, higher education institutions and non-profit organisations (NGO’s). She also deals with government organisations and corporate clients. The digital element of her job requires her to integrate the use of online course in training solutions depending on the requirement of the organisation.
She holds a Certificate and Diploma in teaching adult learners (CELTA and DELTA) from Cambridge University and is an e-moderator too. She also holds a Bachelor Degree in Information Technology.
Tapsi has been involved in language education, working as a teacher, teacher trainer and content creator. As a teacher she has taught across all CEFR levels to a range of learners from young learners to adults.
She has experience in developing customised content to cater to a variety of training needs. She has been part of various British Council projects for the higher secondary sector including writing tests for the International English Olympiad as well as creating and delivering workshops for secondary and senior secondary learners aimed at providing them with technical skills.
Tapsi is passionate about teacher education and continuing professional development. On the teacher educator front, Tapsi has trained and mentored teachers at the British Council as well as off-site schools and colleges to ensure teaching quality standards are met.