Consultants

Amina Douidi

Dr Amina Douidi is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI), and Intercultural Communication consultant in ELT. She holds a PhD in Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics from the University of Southampton and a joint MA from Tlemcen University (Algeria) and the University of Balearic Islands (Spain). Her scholarly interests focus on gender equity, anti-racism, intercultural communication, […]

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Aubain Adi

Aubain Adi has taught English for 24 years now. He is a teacher trainer, for the government of Cote d’Ivoire. Educational technology passionate, he holds a Master of Science in Educational Technology and Design from Lehigh University, Pennsylvania, USA, and a Master in Instructional Design from the Universite de Cergy Pontoise, France. As a teacher

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Mark Almond

Mark Almond

Mark Almond is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Language Studies and Applied Linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University, where he directs and teaches on various undergraduate, post-graduate Diploma and MA linguistics and language teacher training programmes. He has taught, trained English language teachers and carried out consultancies in several countries including Hong Kong,

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Marti Anderson

Marti Anderson

Dr. Marti Anderson has been affiliated with the MA teaching programme at the School for International Training for 30 years. Marti also consults domestically in the USA and internationally on best practices for teacher training, education, development, cross-cultural awareness, training of trainers, and workplace readiness, among other topics. Marti’s professional interests include education for transformation,

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Nelson Arditto

Nelson Arditto is a teacher and teacher educator based in Spain. He has worked in ELT since 1997 as a teacher, academic manager and teacher trainer in the UK, Spain, Syria, the UAE, Ukraine, Jordan and China. He worked for many years as Course Director and tutor on Trinity teacher training courses (CertTESOL, DipTESOL, TYLEC)

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Paul Ashe

Paul Ashe has been involved in different areas of ELT since 1997. He has experience in ELT materials writing, Teacher Training (online and face-to-face), Educational Consultancy and Academic and Business Management. He also has experience in marketing, is SEO and SEM qualified and has experience in and has given talks on UX Design. As a

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Dr. Cristina Banfi

Dr. Cristina Banfi is Professor at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina. She was Director of Languages in Education at the Ministry of Education of the City of Buenos Aires. She has taught in Argentina, the UK and the US and she has taken part in international research and language policy projects in Latin

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Susan Barduhn

Susan Barduhn

Dr. Susan Barduhn is a freelance Teacher Educator and Consultant. She was a Professor for 13 years at SIT Graduate Institute in the U.S.,and Academic Chair of the MA TESOL Low Residency Program, as well as Director of the Teacher Training and Professional Development Institute. She has been involved in English language teaching as teacher,

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Lise Belle

Lise Belle is an international ELT (English Language Teaching) consultant. She has over 30 years experience in the field of ELT, both as a teacher of primary and adult learners and as a teacher educator. She has worked for more than 20 years as a freelance consultant on internationally recognised training courses accredited by the

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Angelos Bollas

Angelos Bollas

Angelos Bollas has been in ELT since 2006. He now works on Cambridge CELTA courses and as a freelancer offering in-service teacher training programs to teachers, managers, and institutions, focusing on LGBTQI+ inclusive education, teacher development, and course design. After having taught general English and exam preparation classes, Angelos focused on English for Academic Purposes,

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