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Jon Burton, Principal, Hilderstone College

Jon Burton, Principal, Hilderstone College

Choosing the right ELT teacher development course

As with any profession, language teachers, as well as CLIL teachers, should take up as many opportunities for high quality continuous professional development as they can. One of the most popular choices is a teacher development or refresher course at a language school. Sometimes these may be funded, or part funded, by the teacher’s school, local education authority, region or state, or by international programmes such as Erasmus+ for EU citizens.

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Jon Burton, Principal, Hilderstone College

Jon Burton, Principal, Hilderstone College

The 6 secrets to a successful group stay

It doesn’t matter whether it’s a school group, employees from a company, students from a university or members of a club or association, there are six key aspects which can really make a difference to a group stay at a language school. Read more

Lee Shutler, Director of Studies, Hilderstone College

Lee Shutler, Director of Studies, Hilderstone College

20 tips for students taking a language exam test

A guide for students: how to get ready and make sure your perform well in your language exam.

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Members of IALC share their insights on the language travel industry. Contributors are owners, directors, managers, teachers or administrative staff of IALC-accredited language schools worldwide.

IALC Workshop

IALC 2017 Workshop in Boston Massachusetts, USA - 23-26 March 2017

IALC 2017 Boston
Dates: 23-26 March 2017
Location: Boston, USA
Educators: IALC-accredited language schools worldwide
Hosted by: ELC Boston
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ELC Boston hosts the IALC 2017 workshop

IALC Study Travel Research Report 2016

Trends in the demand for foreign languages
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IALC Study Travel Research Report 2015

Perceptions of independent and boutique chain schools in language travel
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