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Cambridge English awards CCEL Auckland for demonstrated best practices

The school was the only centre in Australasia selected as a winner of the 2016 Cambridge English Language Assessment awards

CCEL Auckland has been selected as a winner of the 2016 Cambridge English Language Assessment awards for preparation centres. The boutique English language college beat off stiff competition to be selected as the only winner from Australasia.

The awards recognise the valuable contributions and outstanding achievements made by Cambridge Preparation Centres around the world, and are based on demonstrated best practices throughout the year.

“We are delighted to have received recognition from Cambridge English Assessment for what we do at CCEL Auckland”, said college Principal Paul O’Farrell. “Over the last four years we have refined our Cambridge preparation courses to ensure our students get the best support and customer service. We may not be the biggest preparation centre in Australasia but I really do believe that our teaching team offers something very special”.

Cambridge Advanced candidate Jasmine Gaechter from Switzerland has been preparing for her exam at CCEL Auckland for the past 8 weeks. “It has been a fantastic experience for me personally. This exam is essential to my future career and the team at CCEL understand the best ways to help me achieve my goal. Here the class sizes are smaller than most other schools so I know I’m getting the best care.”

Paul will travel to Cambridge in June to collect the award on behalf of CCEL Christchurch and Auckland who are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year.


About Cambridge English Language Assessment

Cambridge English Language Assessment provides the world’s leading range of qualifications for learners and teachers of English. With expertise gathered over 100 years of language learning and assessment, the organisation works with educational institutions and local and regional governments in over 130 countries, with more than 52,000 registered preparation centres and tens of thousands of examiners, teachers and publishers.

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