EUROPALSO is the Panhellenic Association of Language School Owners. The organisation was founded in 1956 and is currently the largest organisation representing language schools with over 2,800 members and collaborating schools, 20,000 teachers and 300,000 students.
British Institutes is an Italian organisation that operates nationally as a Cultural Association for the diffusion of the English language and culture.
British Institutes are the largest and most popular English school in Europe with 150 offices throughout the Italian territory. They provide a wealth of history and experience within the education sector, to support their delivery of ESB qualifications and exams to the schools market across Italy.
TCB is an educational management social enterprise company based in Cambridge, UK. TCB is the exclusive operator of ESB courses and qualifications in China. The ESB qualifications in China follow the course design, teaching materials and resources specially developed for non-native English speakers by The Culture Bridge.
Speakers Trust is the UK’s leading public speaking charity. Their vision is for every young person to be able to speak confidently and to be heard. ESB supports their youth speaking competition which trains over 18,000 young people every year in effective communication skills.
The Communication Trust is a coalition of over 50 not-for-profit organisations. They support everyone who works with children and young people in England to support their speech, language and communication.
Calibrand specialises in electronic marking, testing and portfolios. Calibrand provides ESB's eAssessment solution.
ESB has been a member of FAB since its inception and supports its work through regularly attends its annual conference and meetings as well as utilising its webinars. The ESB CEO has been a member of its Board in the past.
NATECLA is the National Association for Teaching English and Community Languages to Adults. They support ESB's ESOL provision.
NATSPEC is the Association of National Specialist Colleges. They support ESB's SEN provision.
The Noisy Classroom is a website and training organisation dedicated to promoting and supporting the use of Speaking and Listening in the classroom. Go to their website to access resources, watch videos of debates or to book training.
ESB has attended a number of UKTI seminars concerning international trade and has been successful in bidding for UKTI funding to support its market research and international development work.
ESB utilises the services and support of TVET to assist it in the development of its international business by identifying new markets.
Young Enterprise is the UK's leading enterprise and financial education charity offering training for primary and secondary schools as well as universities. ESB provides training in presentation skills to students as part of the Young Enterprise programme.
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