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Courses for teacher groups

We can create a teacher training course perfectly matched to the needs of teachers at your school, college or university. Visit us in Cambridge or London, or our team will travel to you.

We deliver positive, measurable results for teachers and students. We have worked with ministries, schools and universities around the world to develop the capabilities of teachers through a range of face-to-face and online learning programmes. We pride ourselves on designing bespoke training solutions that work for you, respecting local culture, languages and traditions.

We have a long list of pioneering achievements that showcase the diversity and scale of our capabilities. These include:

  • Training university teachers in Saudi Arabia as part of the world’s largest English language teaching project
  • Offering residential courses to teachers in Asia through Bell Teacher Campus Macao, delivered in partnership with Macao Polytechnic Institute 
  • Overseeing the management of the Institute of Languages, Angola and providing expertise to local teacher training universities
  • Designing and delivering a Train the Teacher programme for the English Language Teachers Association of Albania, in partnership with the British Council. Teacher training can take a number of forms, from campus-style events with multiple trainers to blended programmes combining faceto-face and online training. All our programmes are designed by our experienced teacher trainers to meet your objectives.

Contact us for a personalised service from start to finish.

Trainee teachers from Thailand

Group experience: Trainee teachers from Thailand

19 trainee teachers from Udon Thani Rajabhat University in Thailand, with two group leaders, visited Bell Cambridge for a teacher training programme designed especially for them. The programme shared Bell teacher techniques and the teachers experienced activities and trips that would allow them to talk to their own students about British culture.

Project objectives

  • To give the teachers greater confidence when teaching
  • To introduce the teachers to a wide variety of teaching techniques, including: classroom management, researching language for classroom use, teaching grammar effectively, teaching vocabulary, lesson planning, using film and technology, dealing with error, evaluating materials, syllabus planning, presentation into practice and observations of experienced teachers.
teacher group from Libya

Developing teaching methodology in Libya

We created a bespoke programme for a group of secondary school teachers from Libya, who visited Bell Cambridge to develop their language skills, learn new teaching methodology and prepare for the Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT). The intensive programme included lectures, workshops, group tasks, lesson observations and individual tutorials, which gave each teacher the opportunity to focus on individual areas for improvement.

 Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS)

Establishing young learner programmes in Kazakhstan 

We designed and delivered a two-year series of summer camps to improve the language skills of 12-13 year olds at the Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) network. NIS teachers received intensive training from Bell experts including seminars, observations, team-teaching sessions and ongoing support to enable them to deliver and grow the programme, preparing hundreds of Kazakh students for subject study in English

Young learner studying in China

Enhancing English teaching skills in China

Over the last few years, we have worked with a variety of partners in China to enhance and improve the teaching of English to children of all ages. Projects include:

  • The opening of two kindergartens in Hangzhou in partnership with the Qian Jin Education Group. Bell experts trained local staff and worked with them to develop a curriculum based around the UK’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
  • A two-week training and development course for primary teachers, as part of a long-term framework for the Nanjing Education Bureau.
  • A showcase of English language teaching methodologies to over 400 primary and secondary school teachers, principals and officials at a conference in Foshan, which encouraged participants to discuss innovation in education at a regional level.
experienced in leading teaching projects in over 30 countries

experienced in leading teaching projects in over 30 countries