Australian ELT providers are in an advantageous position to increase their influence in South East Asia through meaningful partnerships with ASEAN countries, according to speakers at this year's NEAS conference.
The Quality Assurance in Language Education Network, a worldwide network of English language accreditation bodies, has officially launched its website and branding this month, following a symposium in Malta. The developments put the organisation on track to create a forum for sharing best practice and comparing accreditation systems used in different countries.
One of the two new national education regulators in Australia, the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), has begun consultation with the Australian National ELT Accreditation Scheme (NEAS) after it was nominated as one of two authorities to oversee ELICOS programmes.
The annual Australian National ELT Accreditation Scheme conference was praised by the ELT professionals who attended earlier this month. 80% of respondents who filled out feedback forms said the event was either good or excellent...