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The Teaching Community
  The best people to help teachers are teachers themselves. We support a huge range of networking opportunities and resources for professional development.

SearchEnglish


The SearchEnglish portal is a gateway to news about English language teaching from around the world, information about research, methodology and materials, and a network of people working in English language teaching.
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ELTeCS


The English language contacts scheme (ELTeCS) promotes networking between ELT professionals across the world, helping people to collaborate on projects, share information, skills and materials, and get in touch with ELT language schools, publishers and examinations boards.
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The A.S. Hornby Educational Trust


The A.S. Hornby Educational Trust promotes English Studies, in particular teaching English as a foreign or second language. The Trust, with the British Council, co-funds regional schools around the world for English language teachers.

English language seminars


British Council seminars logo We deliver a range of seminars every year to help improve standards of English language learning and teaching worldwide, promote the sharing of creativity, innovation and best practice between the UK and other countries and in so doing to win recognition for the UKs achievements and expertise in English language teaching.


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