We offer a range of online courses certified by English UK and Trinity College London, as well as our own suite of EdTech training - click on any of the course titles to find out more. All of our online courses are validated by Aqueduto.

    We also offer face-to-face training wherever you are, or the chance to beam us in to your training room with one of our virtual training packages. Find out more with the options on the right.

    Finally, we offer a variety of scholarship opportunities, and these crop up regularly over the course of each year.

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    • CertICT
      Certificate in Teaching Languages with Technology.
    • CertIBET
      Certificate in International Business English Training.
    • Going Mobile
      Learn to teach effectively with handheld devices.

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    • Face-to-Face Training
      We also offer face-to-face EdTech training: seminars, workshops, conferences and in-house courses wherever you are in the world.

    • Virtual Training
      If we can't meet in person, we can come and train at your place virtually! A truly cost-effective solution.

    • Scholarships
      We offer a variety of scholarships ourselves, and in conjunction with other organisations.


    Highly experienced in the field of online training and consultancy, we are uniquely placed to help you find cost-effective, efficient & pedagogically sound solutions to a range of educational challenges. If you're interested in exploring how EdTech can best support learning in your context, we can help.

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    • Our Team
      Find out about our directors - Gavin & Nicky - and the rest of the team.
    • What We Do
      Discover more about our approach and philosophy to consultancy work.

    [ get in touch ]

    If you think we can help you, please drop us a line and we'll be happy to talk.



    The Consultants-E offers several annual scholarships as part of our commitment to delivering quality online training to teachers and trainers worldwide. The scholarships consist of a fully funded place on the following online teacher training courses every year:

    Scholarship 1 

    Scholarship 1
    e-Moderation Course Scholarship

    The e-Moderation course scholarship is offered twice a year, for courses in March and October.

    • March Scholarship for teachers living and working in any country in the world. Applications: 1 January to 15 February.
    • October Scholarship for teachers living and working in developing countries only*. Applications: 1 August to 15 September.
    Note that we also accept applications from developing countries that are not currently on this list (e.g. Palestine). If you are not sure whether your country is eligible, please contact us to check before filling in the scholarship application form.

    Scholarship 2 

    Scholarship 2:
    Two-week course scholarship
    (Teaching Live Online, Going Mobile OR Teaching One-to-One)
    The two-week course scholarship is offered once a year, for courses in June and July.

    • Offered to teachers living and working in any country in the world. Applications: 15 April to 31 May.
    • Winner chooses one of our 2-week courses: Teaching Live Online, Going Mobile OR Teaching One-to-One.

    Scholarship 3 

    Scholarship 3
    AIWR scholarship for Teaching Live Online

    This scholarship is offered to teachers working on the AIWR (Alliance for International Women’s Rights) ELT programme.

    • A fully funded place on our two-week Teaching Live Online course, on every iteration of the course during the year.
    • Scholarship applications are open to AIWR volunteer teachers only.

    Scholarship 4 

    Scholarship 4
    The Hands Up Project scholarship for Teaching Live Online

    This scholarship is offered to teachers volunteering on the Hands Up Project's work with Palestinian and Syrian children.

    • A fully funded place on our two-week Teaching Live Online course, on every iteration of the course during the year.
    • Scholarship applications are open to Hands Up Project volunteers only.
    Follow our social media channels for scholarships announcements and deadline reminders!




    To qualify, you must:

    • have access to a computer with a reliable connection to the Internet (broadband preferable)
    • have a good command of the English language (ALTE Level 3, CEFR Level B2, or Cambridge ESOL FCE level).
    • have basic computer literacy skills, i.e. email and use of an Internet browser.
    • be able to invest approximately 5-6 hours of study time per week during the course.
    • e-Moderation October Scholarship only: be currently living & working in a developing country listed here.

    No previous experience of online learning is necessary. NOTE: please ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria. Candidates who do not fulfil the criteria will not be considered for the scholarship.

    Selection Criteria 

    Selection Criteria

    Winners are selected by a panel of TCE staff. Our selection process looks at the following criteria. Failure to meet one or more of these criteria will result in your application not going forward to the short-list.

    • You fulfil all the scholarship eligibility criteria above.
    • Your statement of interest contains about 250-300 words.
    • You have basic computer literacy skills.
    • You demonstrate ability to take what is learnt from the course beyond your present context
    • You show evidence of further professional development e.g. publications, conference presentations, positions of responsibility, etc.


    Before you fill in the application form, please do the following:

    • Review the deadlines for the scholarship application - late submissions will not be considered.
    • Write a supporting statement of your interest in the course of about 250-300 words, and your views on how this will contribute to your professional development.

    • Fill in the online application form and include your statement of interest.

    NOTE: applications received after the scholarship deadlines will not be considered.

    Past Winners 

    Past Winnners

    Past winners of our scholarships are teachers and trainers who come from over 20 countries worldwide. To see past winners, and what they thought of their courses, take a look at our Winners gallery page.

    We are also pleased to be able to offer scholarships for teachers working on the AIWR English Programs in Afghanistan and Nepal. If you are working on one of these programs, please contact AIWR directly for more information.

    The Alliance for International Women's Rights ( is a non-profit organization with the mission of supporting women leaders and future women leaders in the developing world--with a current focus on Afghanistan and Nepal. AIWR believes in the rights and values outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Convention on the Elimination of All Discrimination Against Women and the Beijing Platform for Action. These human rights instruments assert that "women's rights are human rights" and recognize the essential dignity and inherent rights of every person.

    We believe that creating support for the empowerment of grassroots women's rights organizations is one of the most effective pathways for combating gender power imbalances and achieving lasting social change. Thus, AIWR is committed to creating a support network for women's rights organizations in developing countries, and to honoring the dignity, strength, insight and creativity of grassroots activists on the front lines of the human rights movement.

    AIWR's long-distance Empowerment Programs take advantage of free Internet-based communication technology to help open the world to women in developing countries through long-distance volunteers. Volunteers in our English Program and Mentor Program use Skype and e-mail to meet long distance with women and girls in Afghanistan and Nepal to provide individual tutoring and mentoring. The exchanges that occur through this process help move women and girls toward their personal education or employment goals while also helping to bridge worlds and improve understanding between different cultures.

    If you are an experienced English teacher who is interested in volunteer teaching or professional mentoring for AIWR, please visit their website or email them directly (Lisa Herb, Executive Director) for more information. Due to security concerns for their Afghan participants, they are only able to accept female volunteers to all of their programs.

    In a new collaboration for 2018 we are proud to be able to offer scholarships for teachers working on the Hands Up Project with Palestinian and Syrian children. If you are working on one of these programs, please contact Nick directly for more information.

    "My involvement with so many storytelling projects in Palestine over the last five years has taught me that Palestinian children, of course, are no different from any other children in this respect. But in Palestine stories can take on a heightened importance. They are a powerful way to make a connection in a place where freedom of movement is severely limited, and where feelings of isolation are common. They can enable Palestinian children to connect to themselves and their own rich culture, but also to the world outside – a world which it sometimes seems has abandoned them. Stories are also a very powerful and memorable way to contextualise the children’s learning of English. It was with these ideas in mind that the Hands Up Project came into being.

    Three years ago, using very simple video conferencing tools, I started connecting online to a small group of children in a library in Beit Hanoun, Gaza for weekly storytelling sessions. From these humble beginnings, the Hands Up Project now works with over thirty different groups in Gaza, in the Occupied West Bank, and in Zaatari refugee camp for Syrian children in Jordan. As many as 500 kids a week now connect to volunteers around the world who work in collaboration with the local teacher to tell stories to each other, to play games and to do other activities to help them bring the English that the children are learning come to life."

    "Well, anyone who’s ever taught kids will know that having a class of motivated and enthusiastic children with their hands in the air, wanting to put themselves forward, is something that can make our jobs as teachers feel very worthwhile. Despite all the difficulties that Palestinian and Syrian children face in their daily lives, those of us around the world who now volunteer with HUP are greeted with this sight on a regular basis. This is what The Hands Up Project is all about."

    Nick Bilbrough
    Founder and Coordinator
    Hands Up Project

    — site by Gavin Dudeney

    — site by Gavin Dudeney

    (c) 2018, TCE Ltd.

    (c) 2018, TCE Ltd.

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