Are you teaching your first Cambridge English preparation course, and you are worried you might lose track of something important?
Or are you under pressure to put all the information together, from promoting the course to actually running it and making sure you register you students in time for their Cambridge exam?
We stand by you, so you need not worry about missing important things. Just focus on what you do best: teaching. Let us bring you the rest to your fingertips.
We’ll be by your side during your first Cambridge preparation course.
We have written some materials especially for you, in the Do it! programme. Others we have picked from different places on our website in order to give you the most helpful information bundle for your first Cambridge English course.
Follow Do it! It costs nothing, but it brings you the extra helping hand you might need.
The Do it! programme 2019-2020 has just opened, we hope you will find its resources useful.
For any further queries contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For technical issues, email us at email@example.com.
The Do it! programme starts in August and runs until April each year. Here is the overview (for Inspire! teachers).
News about our examsNews
- The 25,000th institution recognising Cambridge English Qualifications California State University, Long Beach in the USA has become the 25,000th organisation to officially recognise the Cambridge English exams. ...
- New exam formats: A2 Key and B1 Preliminary We have revised our A2 and B1-level exams, A2 Key and B1 Preliminary, both the standard and the “for Schools” ...
Questions, or ideas?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are happy to collect your ideas and contributions in the form of a testimonial or an Erfahrungsbericht about how you prepare students for Cambridge English exams.