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Eaquals and LanguageCert mark opportunity

Accrediting body Eaquals has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with LanguageCert to provide an opportunity for members to develop their relationships with the language testing provider.

The organisations signed the MOU at a LanguageCert event in Dublin in March. Photo: pxhere

Earlier this year LanguageCert signed an agreement with IH World.

“LanguageCert has been an Eaquals Associate Member for quite a while and we were delighted to further develop this relationship through the MOU,” executive director of the accrediting body Lou McLaughlin, said.

“We share the same values”

“Accredited Members are renowned for their high standards and quality,” McLaughlin added, which LanguageCert’s exam service reflects.

Signed at LanguageCert’s ‘Maximising your Opportunities’ event in Dublin on March 22, the MOU will see LanguageCert cooperate closer with an organisation it sees as a “global expert in international accreditation, quality assurance, training and standardisation”.

“We share the same values: Eaquals works to raise standards in all aspects of language education and LanguageCert in English Language Qualifications,” Henry Tolley, business development head of LanguageCert noted.

“We are excited at the opportunity of working with Eaquals members around the world, and offer unparalleled on-demand exam flexibility, also shortening the time window from registration to certification, which make exams feasible even for one or two-week courses,” Tolley commented.

The exam flexibility means centres and students can choose when to take exams, given they notify LanguageCert 10 working days before, and seven days in the UK, Ireland and Malta.

Earlier this year, LanguageCert also signed an agreement with IH World.

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