Wednesday, 05 January 2022 15:33

Covid-19 update

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Due to the uncertainty concerning covid-19 and the Omicron variant as well as the unstable situation in England following Brexit, with shortages of food and goods in the shops, rapidly rising inflation and a shortage of labour, we will not be running courses in 2022.



Our students and partners need fixed prices, but as things stand we would not be able to guarantee our prices.

We need to employ enough qualified and experienced teachers for our courses. We have always had some good, experienced and qualified teachers who do not hold UK passports. The UK government is not allowing any such teachers to get the temporary work visas that they must have in order to work here, even though there is a shortage of qualified teachers who do hold UK passports. Language schools are already expecting considerable problems in finding sufficient good staff for 2022.

We do not want to compromise the quality of our courses and would rather wait until we are sure that we can deliver what we promise.

We hope that these problems will be resolved soon and we plan to offer courses again for the summer of 2023.

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