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Richenda Askew, Head of the Lewis Teacher Training Department, is back from a project in Georgia. “What a wonderful warm welcome from all the personnel at David Aghmashenebili National Defence Academy of Georgia (NDA) ! The opportunity to visit the academy and conduct a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and an overview of their English language 
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Did you know that in 2018 the ages of our CertTESOL graduates ranged from 18 to 71? English language teaching courses always used to be aimed at post-graduates who wanted to go travelling, but in more recent years this has changed considerably. The range of ages, backgrounds and motivations continues to take us by surprise! 
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English & IELTS is ideal summer course for junior students who will be going on to study at university either at home or in an English-speaking country. Hear from our students as they talk about their experience on our English & IELTS course. Through a combination of General English and IELTS lessons, you will both 
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As well as being great fun, theatre is an ideal way to improve your English. English & Theatre offers a fantastic mix of English lessons and performing arts workshops, developing your confidence with language both inside and outside the classroom. The theatre project is tailor-made to suit the group’s ages, interests, language level and curricular 
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We are teaming up with Sterling Training to offer management training courses at the Lewis School of English. If you are a manager whose English level is B1 (Intermediate) or above, and you are looking to develop both your English and professional skills, our courses are ideal for you. Each management training course is 3 weeks 
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Did you know that our staff deliver training abroad? Our most recent project was at LPJ School in Jordan, where Richenda led a week-long teacher training programme with the school’s English teachers. The aim of the course, funded by the Cambridge Nazareth Trust, was to explore and develop techniques to make learning more student-centred. It’s 
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