Trinity College London has signed an agreement to work closely with the Federation of English Language Teaching Organisations, Malta (FELTOM) as a ‘trusted partner’.
Trinity’s Business Development & Marketing Manager, Language, (UK&I and Malta), Luke Parker explained: “This partnership is a positive step towards further strengthening our relationship with FELTOM, its members and Malta. We look forward to working with FELTOM in the coming months”.
FELTOM is a self-regulated, non-profit organisation, dedicated to promoting professionalism within the English language learning industry by setting and maintaining standards in every aspect of a language stay in Malta.
Chief Executive Officer of FELTOM, James Perry, commented positively on the partnership: “It’s great to have Trinity College London as a trusted partner of FELTOM. Trinity is an established and well-respected brand in the international English language community”.
Trinity College London’s internationally recognised, English language qualifications including its Graded Examinations in Spoken English (GESE) and Integrated Skills in English exam (ISE) have been available and are widely used at Registered Exam Centres across Malta for many years.
A full list of member organisations, and further information about FELTOM can be found on FELTOM’s website.