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British Council teacher trainers and teachers are working with Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to develop the English skills and English teaching skills of Thai soldiers and police hoping to take part in United Nations Peacekeeping Missions around the world.

With Thailand hoping to win a seat on the UN Security Council in 2017-18, the…

High school students in Hong Kong have been taking part in a project involving student-teacher training and then using their new skills to help teach students from two other schools.  The project offers high school students (near-native English speakers) at Chinese International School the chance to take part in teacher training workshops with the British…

“Before attending this course, we just had a few ideas about how to teach English to primary students. It was very difficult for us to help teachers of English at primary schools when they needed some supporting. Furthermore, we had no experience in delivering the workshop to help teachers share their ideas and solve their…

10,000 English teachers in Japan will benefit from training over the next year as part of an initiative to improve English language levels in the country.  The second phase of the Leaders of English Education Project (LEEP) aims to help practising teachers become ‘leaders’, or teacher trainers in a more interactive, student-centred style of English language teaching.

Nominations for the ELTons 2015, the international awards for ELT professionals, are now open.  The ELTons recognise and celebrate innovation in English language teaching and reward educational resources that help English language learners and teachers to achieve their goals.

Applications are open for the following award categories:

Excellence in Course Innovation Innovation in Learner Resources…

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