our work in the community

Projects and volunteering

Drawing on our wealth of teaching experiences in a variety of educational contexts, we are able to provide bespoke training opportunities to organisations in state, voluntary and commercial sectors. womens-english-group

Working with the local community is central to our work at Train-to-TEFL.  Through our delivery of the Talk English project and work with local charities, we are able to provide free, high quality English language tuition from pre- Entry to Level 2 and IELTS .

Beneficiaries of our classes include refugees, asylum seekers and those who cannot access mainstream provision.  We currently deliver the MHCLG’s Talk English project in Salford and are committed to empowering people through the acquisition of language skills to build happy, fulfilling, and productive lives in the UK.

Training and consulting

With the unprecedented rise in trans-national mobility, schools and colleges across the UK are seeing changes to the student demographicesol-in-action-image which impact on the cultural and communicative norms both inside and outside of the classroom. To respond to these changes and the challenges they bring, teachers are increasingly required to support pupils who have English as an Additional Language.

To help your talent to develop and maintain the language and teaching skills needed in an increasingly globalised sector, Train-to-TEFL delivers tailor-made ESOL and Teacher Training related workshops in schools, FE colleges and community/charity-based organisations to cater for INSET, Continuing Professional Development and volunteer training initiatives.

If you think we can help, contact us at learnmore@train-to-tefl.com to discuss how we can help your organisation improve teaching provision for children, young people and parents with English language needs.

For up-to-date information on volunteer opportunities and bespoke training courses and events contact Suzannah at learnmore@train-to-tefl.com