LONDON, May 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
EF English Live announced today that they have signed a collaboration agreement with T4edu, supported by the KSA Ministry of Education (MoE) to provide English lessons to teachers that register through the "English4All" educational program. The EF English Live program is accessed through iEN the Kingdom's National Educational Portal.
The E4A program will offer the opportunity to over 600,000 Saudi teachers registered to the iEN educational portal to improve their English language proficiency, thus allowing them to access abundant online academic resources.
Teachers joining EF English Live will be able to participate in live private lessons with certified English teachers or join live group conversation classes with other students from all over the world.
Abudulrahman Alfuraih, the MoE E4A Program Manager said: "E4A is a unique program that aims at providing teachers, and at later stage students, with cost effective solutions to improve their English language proficiency. We at the Ministry of Education will do our best to encourage and support the implementation of the program. We believe that this program would be helpful in achieving the Saudi 2030 vision."
"As the largest online English school in the world, we are delighted to work in this close partnership with the Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia," said Nick Barnet, CEO of EF English Live. "We feel that our combination of highly qualified English teachers available 24/7, combined with our easy-to-use online self-study materials and learning methodology will allow teachers in Saudi Arabia to learn English in the quickest and most rewarding way. This partnership is testament to our goal as a part of EF to open up the world through education."
About EF English Live
EF English Live is the world's largest online English school. A division of EF, EF English Live is trusted by over 1,200 leading global companies and has served as the Official Language Training Supplier to the Rio 2016 Olympics, training over 1 million volunteers, and will similarly help Japan in the 2020 Games.
SOURCE EF English Live