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European Suzuki Association

Teacher Training & Examinations Manual

Revised April 2016

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ROLES, OBJECTIVES and ETHICAL GUIDELINES

1.

Role of the European Suzuki Association (ESA)

The ESA has

overall authority

for all Teacher Training in the Region.

a. Overall authority for conducting Teacher Training Courses and arranging Examinations

rests with the ESA for every country within the region.

b. The ESA will decide who is qualified to train and examine Teachers, subject to the

considerations set out in this manual.

c. A list of approved Teacher Trainers and Examiners will be published on the ESA

website and in the ESA Teachers’ Newsletter.

2.

Role of the Teacher Trainer

The Teacher Trainer has

individual authority

over his/her own Teacher Training in his/her

country of residence.

a. Every Teacher Trainer has full authority over his/her own Teacher Training within

his/her country of residence subject to the overall authority of the ESA and the ESA’s

guidelines.

b. Teacher Trainers who wish to conduct a full Teacher Training Course outside his/her

country of residence must obtain the consent of the national Suzuki association of the

country in which he/she wishes to work.

3.

Role of the National Suzuki Association

The national Suzuki association has

responsibility

for Teacher Training within its country

and is duty bound to co-operate with Teacher Trainers and the ESA.

a. It is the responsibility of the national Suzuki association to co-operate with Teacher

Trainers and the ESA in conducting Teacher Training Courses and arranging

Examinations.

b. It is at the discretion of the national Suzuki association whether or not to provide a

service to Teacher Trainers who choose to conduct Teacher Training Courses

independently of the national Suzuki association.

c. Where no national Suzuki association exists, decisions rest with the ESA Board of

Directors.