Can we be of assistance?

  If you are thinking of setting up a new English Language Teaching (ELT) Centre, extending your existing ELT Centre, moving to new premises, looking at new course opportunities or extending your existing courses and not sure how to go about it, NEAS can help. NEAS Assist is a service Continue reading

Catering to students aged 12 and under

Several of our members currently offer English courses for young learners, and there is now a growing interest in courses for learners specifically under the age of 12. Recently quality endorsed by NEAS, Phoenix Academy’s unique English for Young Learners program for children aged 7-11 is a great example involving Continue reading

NEAS at ANZA

  On 6 and 7 April 2017, Adriana Leomil and Lauren O’Hern represented NEAS at the ANZA Agent Workshop in Cairns, which hosted over 480 participants. NEAS’ presence at the event was two-fold – to support endorsed NEAS providers attending the event and to continue to raise awareness around quality assurance and Continue reading

NEAS endorses two new ELT providers

NEAS congratulates the latest Quality ELT centres who have gained NEAS Endorsement. TMG English Language Centre Congratulations to Markus and his dedicated team at TMG’s city site as it welcomes ELICOS students into an established Victorian VET institution. Barton International College This newly established Sydney college is experiencing rapid growth Continue reading

WIN a free IDLTM enrolment at the NEAS Management Conference

The International Diploma in Language Teaching Management (IDLTM) is endorsed by NEAS as a Premium Product in the provision of targeted management training for Academic Managers, Senior Teachers and coordinators from English Language Teaching institutions.  It is the only qualification of its type and has prepared ELT professionals across Australasia Continue reading

NEAS and English Australia to host a joint information booth at 12th APAIE Conference & Exhibition at Kaohsiung, Taiwan 20 – 23 March 2017

NEAS CEO Patrick Pheasant and English Australia CEO Brett Blacker are excited about collaborating next week at the 2017 APAIE Conference and Exhibition, to be held at the recently completed waterfront Kaohsiung Exhibition Center (KEC) in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.  NEAS and English Australia will jointly present an exhibition booth focused on Continue reading

TEQSA and NEAS Share Vision for Quality

On 20 February 2017, Patrick Pheasant, NEAS Chief Executive Officer and Anthony McClaran, Chief Executive Officer, TEQSA met regarding a Memorandum of Understanding between the two organisations. The memorandum came into effect December 2016 and recognises the two organisations shared vision for quality. TEQSA plays a vital role in the Continue reading