About eFlex Training
eFlex Training is a high quality, customisable e-learning solution for language schools around the world.
Interactive, easy to use and available across all devices, eFlex was founded in 2012 by two English language trainers with a combined 30+ years’ experience teaching in schools and industry. Driven by a passion for their profession and a desire to improve the way English is taught online, they developed eFlex with a strong commitment to two core principles:
Pedagogy: eFlex is not just a place to practise language skills; it is a place to learn. All modules have been crafted to reflect the way language is taught in the classroom. Points of grammar, as well as communication strategies for business, travel and leisure, are presented in context, and they are backed up by practice and production exercises. Modules include printable study sheets and are supported by role plays and communication activities.
Simplicity: Students studying online will often be working independently. This is why the developers at Eflex have focused on a clear and user-friendly experience. Each step is clearly signposted and the learning process is organised in a logical and consistent manner throughout the site. Free of gimmicks, eFlex has been carefully designed to be an enjoyable and interactive way to learn English.
All materials at eFlex can be syllabus matched to fit with existing courses, and the system also allows schools to create bespoke online courses too. Additional admin features mean tutorials, tests, questionnaires and reports can all be managed online. And with a shop page, students can even continue their learning journey after they have left school.
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