European teachers visit Dunfermline to improve skills

ISP 004Local MSP Bill Walker has welcomed an international group of English language teachers to Dunfermline, on their recent visit to improve their teaching skills and cultural awareness.

The group were taking part in a course offered by International Study Programmes, which has made the ancient Scottish capital its learning centre and regularly sends teachers here. On this occasion, the visitors came from Bulgaria, Germany, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Sweden, Lithuania and Italy.

Mr Walker, who has been welcoming teachers to Dunfermline since 2007, said: Read more of this post

International Study Programmes

International Study Programmes (ISP), a well-established training company from Cheltenham,  has made Dunfermline its official Scottish learning centre for training European teachers of English. Read more of this post

Overseas English Language Teachers Visit Dunfermline

An acclaimed training organisation for overseas English language teachers has confirmed Dunfermline as their Scottish learning centre.

International Study Programmes (ISP) specialises in courses for English teachers whose first language is not English, as well as holiday language courses and tailor-made educational visits to Britain. Read more of this post

S4M-02744: Dunfermline Confirmed as International Study Programmes’ Scottish Centre of Learning

That the Parliament welcomes confirmation of the establishment of Dunfermline as the Scottish centre of learning for International Study Programmes (ISP); understands that ISP is an established leader in language courses and cultural awareness for English language teachers currently working in schools across Europe, and considers ISP’s decision to be a recognition of Dunfermline as a centre for teaching and cultural awareness.

Supported by: Richard Lyle, Kenneth Gibson, Dennis Robertson, Margaret Burgess, Mike MacKenzie, Colin Beattie

Date Lodged: 01/05/2012