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English UK: promoting quality English language learning in the UK
Applications are now open for the only international awards that recognise and celebrate innovation in English language teaching. Organised by the British Council, the ELTons 2013 awards ceremony will be held on the 22 May 2013.
Bookings are now open for our 2012-2013 training days. The English UK training days cover a diverse range of roles and issues - so there is always something for everyone. Register now to secure your place.
English UK and the British Council would like to invite all English UK member centres to a launch event in the evening of Wednesday 19 September 2012 for three English language market reports on China, Italy and Turkey. As places are limted, please register early to secure your place.
Bookings are open for English UK's 2012 Teachers' Conference, being held on 10 November at Prospero House, London and we are pleased to have Jeremy Harmer and Adrian Underhill confirmed as speakers.
The cost is £90 for members and £130 for non-members. Members can take advantage of our early bird rate of £70 until Friday 28 September. Bookings can be made at www.englishuktraining.com.
We are pleased to announce our first training day of the 2012/2013 calendar. On the 12 September, we will be holding an ISI Preparation day led by Grażyna Sutherland, Co-Principal of London International Study Centre, aimed at those members who have yet to go through the ISI process.
The British Council and English UK are pleased to announce that they will be holding a launch event in the evening of Wednesday 19 September 2012 for three English language market reports on China, Italy and Turkey. This event will provide English UK members with the opportunity to network and hear the authors summarise and discuss their findings and conclusions.
English UK member centre, Inlingua Manchester, will be featured on a programme made for a television station in Guangzhou, China. The television station and the Guangzhou Foreign Affairs Office wanted to find a language centre to introduce UK summer programmes.