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Practical ideas for creating the best possible working environment and helping staff develop was the main theme of English UK's ELT conference managers' day, held in London and online last week.
Recent features in the Guardian, BBC South East Today and BBC Radio Sussex highlight concerns that post-Brexit passport requirements are discouraging international school group bookings - with a devastating impact on English language centres and tourist destinations across the country.
An important strand of our campaigning is to create a more favourable immigration operating environment for our sector.
We have been overwhelmed by the generous offers from English UK members keen to help Ukrainian refugees improve their English skills.
For many, the best way to do this will be through our partnership with RefuAid. RefuAid supports refugees and asylum seekers to continue their education or career with structured support and English classes, usually leading to IELTS or OET. Around a hundred English UK members have offered free courses to RefuAid clients since 2015, many of them on an ongoing basis.
This month, we spoke to RefuAid's Chief Operating Officer Kate Higgins about how the organisation is adapting its offer to meet the additional need.
Our first survey about protecting nature and our planet in open and are looking for as many responses as possible from UK ELT organisations to give us a detailed understanding of UK English language teaching and environmental action.
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