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'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.
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If you are new to English language teaching, or if you are taking the next steps in your career and development, these pages provide essential information. We can support your work through various networks and forums plus online resources - including downloadable materials and lesson plans. Our jobs and qualifications pages contain latest vacancies, advice and useful links.
Networking and training
We support a range of online and face-to-face networking opportunities, from the SearchEnglish web forum to seminars and Hornby Regional Schools, and the English Language Teaching Contacts Scheme (ELTeCS).
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From downloadable activities and lesson plans in the Teaching English website, to practical tips and advice in Language Assistant, to resources in Learn English, you have an inexhaustible supply of ideas.
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English language teaching jobs
Find out about our vacancies for teachers and managers as they arise, the opportunity for ELT-qualified development specialists to register in our database, and information for Language Assistants and about getting qualified.
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