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Two female teachers in Senegal - credit: Photographer: Chris Tribble, SNAPS
'Possibly one of the biggest advantages of doing an ELTeCS project is that it opens up the world for its participants.…They may realise that others have similar interests, similar difficulties and similar joys in teaching.' Tamas Kiss, Lecturer and ELTeCS Projects Committee Co-ordinator. Find out more about ELTeCS.
Networking and training for English language teachers
The best support for teachers often comes from other teachers. Which is why we support a wide range of networks and courses that can further your professional development.
Connect with a global network of over 15,000 professionals through the English Language Teaching Contacts Scheme website (ELTeCS). Share teaching experience, collaborate on projects and try out ideas. Find out more about ELTeCS.
A teacher and two students in Malabe, Sri Lanka - credit: Photographer: Chris Tribble, SNAPS
 Hornby Educational Trust
Our Hornby-funded workshops can support your professional development and connect you with teachers in your region. Find out more
Teacher in class in Ethiopia - credit: Photographer: Chris Tribble, SNAPS
Our regularly updated professional forum offers the latest news, views and research on English language teaching. Join or set up online groups to discuss specific ELT issues and share documents with others. Find out more
An English teacher standing in front of a blackboard - Photographer's credit: Norio Suzuki
 Our English language seminars
Our English language seminars offer the chance to learn more from leading experts, plus a forum to explore issues, share creativity and exchange best practice.
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