Opportunity to bid for course content development in Brazil, ELT virtual mission to Vietnam and last remaining TAP grants
This week there are a two export opportunities that have been shared by colleagues at the Department of International Trade that may be of interest to you. Please see these opportunities summarised below and contact Tim Barker at English UK or Mark Henebury at DIT for more information.
We are also administering TAP grants on behalf of DIT. If you are interested in applying for one of the remaining £2,000 grants to attend ICEF Berlin, please contact Roz McGill.
We will continue to work with DIT to ensure that English UK members are able to access these in-country opportunities to support your inbound student business during these trying times.
Terms of Reference for creation of Language Improvement for Teachers (LIFT) course in Brazil
As part of the Skills for Prosperity Programme in Brazil, Nova Escola are seeking a partner to create content for an online, self-instructional LIFT course.
This is a great opportunity for a UK ELT organisation - for more information contact Mark Henebury.
Deadline for proposals is 4 September 2020.
English Language Training Virtual Mission to Vietnam: 24 September 2020
DIT, along with the National Foreign Language Training Project (NFLP) in Vietnam, is organising a free virtual ELT mission focusing on building knowledge of the ELT market and trends in Vietnam and facilitating business to business matching.
This opportunity is focused on delivery of training in-country and not student recruitment, and will focus on teacher training, ESP, school partnerships, resource development and online or blended learning.
Deadline for application is 28 August 2020.
Only 4 grants remaining for £2,000 TAP funding to attend ICEF Berlin (1-3 November)
DIT Trade Access Programme (TAP) grants are available to support eligible UK educators attend ICEF Berlin in an onsite Education is GREAT branded village.
English UK coordinates the TAP grant process with places allocated on a 'first-come, first served' basis, based on submission of the grant application form and successful completion of eligibility checks.
Eight grant applications have already been approved. After the event, the 12 successful educators are reimbursed £2000 against their Euro 4,400 participation cost.
To be considered for one of the remaining grants, return your application to Roz McGill as soon as possible and no later than 4 September. previous entry << >> next entry