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Our partners

NATECLA is pleased to announce associate and reciprocal memberships with the following organisations. 

These partnerships help our organisations to work together to promote and safeguard the interests of ESOL and EAL teachers and their learners, and establish reciprocal arrangements for conferences and events.

To discuss reciprocal partnership please contact us info@natecla.org.uk

 South and City College Birmingham Thanks to South & City College Birmingham who host NATECLA office and provide regular venues for our Day Conferences.

 IATEFL International Association of Teaching English as a Foreign Language 
 http://www.iatefl.org/ NATECLA members can join at a reduced rate.
      NALDIC The National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum www.naldic.org.uk
      NATESOL The Northern Association of TESOL www.natesol.org
    Learning and Work Institute

The Learning and Work Institute: A new independent policy and research organisation dedicated to lifelong learning, full employment and inclusion. They bring together over 90 years of combined history and heritage from the ‘National Institute of Adult Continuing Education’ and the ‘Centre for Economic & Social Inclusion’.

>> Find out more about the Learning and Work Institute

 The Bell Foundation

 The Bell Foundation focuses on changing lives and overcoming exclusion through language education.

>> Find out more about the Bell Foundation's work

 NAVTE logo

NAVTE (The National Association for the Voluntary Teaching of English) aims to support organisations that work with volunteers teaching ESOL.  

For more information, contact Sophie Johnstone on mhtsophie@gmail.com

 The Wonder Foundation

 The Wonder Foundation works to empower vulnerable women through education.

>> You can find out more about their work on their website

  The Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe (EPALE) has over 42,000 members. Anyone working in the adult learning sector across Europe can become a member including teachers, trainers, researchers, academics and policy makers. 

EPALE is funded by the European Commission as part of its ongoing commitment to improving the quality of adult learning provision in Europe. 

>> Find out more on the EPALE website