• Chair of JAOS meets with English New Zealand Representatives

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    27 Mar 2014
    Masaru Yamada, Chair of JAOS - the Japanese Association of Overseas Studies and President of FELCA - The Federation of Education and Language Consultant Associations, met with English New Zealand representatives on 3 December 2013. Mr Yamada was brought to NZ by Education NZ. The focus of the meeting was on his knowledge of the Japanese market and how New Zealand providers and Education NZ could increase the number of Japanese students choosing New Zealand for their study abroad experience. ...Read More >
  • English New Zealand Welcomes New Member

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    27 Mar 2014
    English New Zealand is very pleased to announce that ACG School of English is a new member of our organisation. We now have 26 member schools located in 10 different destinations throughout New Zealand. This gives students a wide range of schools and locations to choose from, and access to some great activities while improving their English skills. Read More >
  • Work Rights for English Language Students

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    27 Mar 2014
    The Government has announced that English language students choosing New Zealand for their study experience will have the opportunity to work part-time while on a Student Visa of 14 weeks or more. We welcome and are grateful for the new work rights, and we are pleased that it will enable us to broaden the types of market and student that we can cater for. The policy levels the playing field with Australia and we look forward to renewing a healthy rivalry...Read More >
  • English New Zealand PD Workshops

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    27 Mar 2014
    DynaSpeak hosted the recent English New Zealand Professional Development workshop. Following on from the CEFR workshop, the event from 4.15 - 8 pm the workshop was only for English New Zealand members. PD and networking is a benefit of membership and approximately 80 staff from member schools attended. There was a formal Maori welcome and song, and a performance by Te Roopu Raukawa from Auckland Museum. The session topics were: Using visual aids in the ESL classroom; Effective teaching; Building confidence...Read More >
  • English New Zealand and Cambridge English - CEFR workshops

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    27 Mar 2014
    English New Zealand and Cambridge English cooperated to bring Mary Jane Hogan to New Zealand for the recent CEFR workshops. Workshops were held in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland and there was an excellent turnout from member school staff. The workshop was also open to Cambridge English contacts and it was great to see a number of non-member staff attending, from both private and state tertiary providers. View pictures and for more information on CEFR visit Cambridge English Read More >
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