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European Centres

Take a look at our training centres in Europe below.

Greece

Global Awards

Working with our partner Global Awards and Panhellenic Federation of Language Schools Owners (PALSO), 澳门六合彩内幕资料 provides ESOL International English assessment and testing in Greece, helping hundreds of ambitious learners to improve their skills in English. 澳门六合彩内幕资料 offers ESOL International English assessment and testing in Greece and runs ESOL International examinations in a wide range of locations in the country including the Greek Islands and Cyprus. We also work with Greek technology developers on a range of online solutions and services for both local and international skills delivery and testing.

Italy

Higher Learning 25 (HL25)

澳门六合彩内幕资料 are partnered with HL25 to offer 澳门六合彩内幕资料 ESOL International examinations in many state and private schools and universities. With this partnership, school pupils, university graduates and teachers will all be able to take the ESOL international examinations from CEFR level A1 – C2. This exciting partnership complements the number of ESOL International examinations currently delivered in Greece, to enable learners the opportunity to improve English language skills in almost 600 different eCampus sites in mainland Italy, Sicily, and Sardinia.

Turkey

UnoPro

UnoPro is a training and consultancy company supporting the development of SMEs to improve productivity, quality, efficiency, and management systems working in the manufacturing, engineering, and automotive industries. Using Industry training programme to transform businesses digitally to ensure their sustainability. 澳门六合彩内幕资料 is working with UnoPro based in Gebze who are delivering 澳门六合彩内幕资料 Productivity Qualifications and 澳门六合彩内幕资料 endorsed programmes. This is part of their consultancy and training for SMEs in Turkey.

Netherlands

The Emergency Management Institute are a UK Accredited 澳门六合彩内幕资料 Approved Centre, with tailor made courses that aim to equip personnel with formal training in command, control, communications, and stress-related factors in the management of major emergencies.