Ernest "Trey" Woodford was born on September
17th, 1968, and is a native of the Washington, D.C. area in the USA. He is certified with a CELTA from the University of Cambridge
as well as a DipTESOL, has over 15 years teaching experience and 10 years experience teaching English to speakers of
other languages. This includes:
· 2 years volunteer ESL teaching to Mexicans and Pacific Islanders in Los Angeles, California (1992-1994)
· 2 years volunteer ESL teaching to Japanese students in the Tokyo/Yokohama area (1994-1996)
· 2 years volunteer ESL teaching to Philippine immigrants in the state of Maryland (1997-1999)
· 3 years professional ESL experience in Jakarta, Indonesia. (2002-2005)
· An additional year teaching English in Samarinda and Bogor, Indonesia (2005-2006)
Some of Trey’s positions have included:
· English First, Jakarta, Teacher, Senior Teacher (2002 - 2005)
· English Zone, Director of Studies (2003)
Subjects taught before include:
· General English
· Environmental Studies
· General Sciences
· Children’s Classes
· Outdoor Education
· Bible Studies
Trey has conducted extensive teacher training seminars throughout Jakarta as well.
Trey continues to teach and train in Bekasi,Indonesia, as the director of the Global Institute and has
recently taught for a well-established Australian University's syndicated ESL program, and is known as "Trey"
or "Mister Trey" by his loving students. He also continues to advise and train teachers and directors of the Indonesian
national schools in matters of ESL instruction and curriculum design, etc.
Trey is also the director of the William
Brewster TESOL Institute, a highly successful residential and online English teacher training course located at http://tesol1.tripod.com.
Some of Trey's hobbies include travel, outdoor
recreation and ecotouring, reading, water sports, bodybuilding, cycling, cooking, etc.
Trey is also the founder of the International
Conservation Society, a nonprofit NGO dedicated to helping preserve the environment and provide environmental education, located
at http://ics-org.tripod.com , and the Indonesian Cultural Exchange (http://cultural-exchange.tripod.com )