Teaching Business English is slow to turn professional

Lack of qualifications and a recognised trade body trap practitioners in low-status and pay cycle

    The debate surrounding professionalisation of the ELT industry has recently been reignited on the business English teaching community's discussion forums. The questions that are firing online exchanges are: should there be more accredited qualifications for business English teachers? and would the community benefit from a professional association to raise standards and enable teachers to command higher and fairer rates of pay?    Continue >>

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