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EAQUALS Pre-Conference Updates

Published on Thursday, March 15, 2018

It has been announced that Professor Hana Machkova, Rector of the University of Economics, will officially open the 27th Annual Eaquals International Conference, which will be held in Prague this April. In addition, Eaquals will welcome Sarah Mercer, Yseult Freeney and Silvana Richardson, who will deliver the conference plenary sessions on the subjects of teacher well-being, high performance leadership and professional learning for teachers.


The conference is being staged at the Corinthia Hotel Prague from 26th – 28th April. It will bring to Prague over 250 delegates, from 30 different countries, who represent language schools, publishers,exam boards, national quality associations and other cultural bodies. In the Czech Republic, there are two Eaquals accredited member schools, AKCENT International House Prague and CA Institute of Languages in Brno as well as Eaquals Associate Member, AJS (Association of Language Schools of the Czech Republic).


The conference provides practical training and development, together with a networking opportunity for education professionals with a shared commitment to quality. 


The Executive Director of Eaquals, Lou McLaughlin, said:          

“We are looking forward to welcoming all those in the international language education sector to Prague for a wonderful opportunity to share best practice and keep up with the most relevant research and developments in the sector”


The diversity within the conference strands provides a unique opportunity to cater for all professional involved in the international language teacher sector. This is reflected in the attendees that we welcome on an annual basis – academic teams, management teams, sales & marketing teams, owners & directors. The level of knowledge, expertise and shared best practice is something not to be missed.



Eaquals was founded in 1991 and is the leading international provider of quality monitoring services to the language learning sector, both in Europe and beyond. It aims to promote excellence in language teaching. To achieve this the organisation operates a rigorous inspection service for its members and provides an international forum to share best practice. At the latest count, our members were teaching more than 25 languages in over 30 countries worldwide. Associate Members include national quality associations and cultural organisations; educational publishers and examination boards.         


For further details contact Lou McLaughlin -

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