About Accreditation


Effective second   language acquisition   education  requires  a rigorous assessment system that provides our Global Accreditation Committee (GAC)   decision makers with high quality, objective data.    In the Asian EFL Educational Assessments Committee (AELEAC), such information is collected and analyzed by the Evaluation Group  through assessment, analysis and triangulation of data  of the 1,000s of research articles we receive at the  Asian EFL Group.  Comprehensive Educational Assessment      leads to advances in second language acquisition understanding, knowledge and   accurate up to date information dissemination

The AELEAC  research  is based on a  global understanding of  the   impact of local cultures on developing English zones that is  comparable with the best and most demanding educational standards worldwide. This leads to  establishing English language     standards,     which said knowledge and information   is  designed to  give  our readers (academics, students, teachers and students)    the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in  language teaching or language learning principles

The AELEAC, however, is only one part in our  comprehensive assessment system. Another role is played by classroom based tests developed by teachers and provided in articles, thesis and reports to the Asian EFL Journal. Last but not least, the final component consists of international assessments that are  benchmarked and compared with education systems in countries around the world.

The AEFLAC provides standards for language schools worldwide that are unimpeachable but always open to evaluation against   the   latest research findings.

The International TESOL Accreditation Agency has been acquired by the Asian EFL Group.
An expansion of the functions of the old I-TAA now include:-
a) Reviewing published or unpublished texts on Linguistics, ESP or Second language acquisition texts and providing the author a Seal of Merit which gives the author greater sale ability in the open market place. The same high standard of assessment as applied to our published articles (extensive peer review of up to 7 editors) is applied

b) Accrediting ESL schools across the globe for Certificate of Excellence this is granted to ESL schools who pass a comprehensive examination on covering the schools fitness for purpose, and provides students and parents who spend considerable amounts of money n ESL EFL education to rest assured the school is delivering high standards.

c) Colleges Universities. Numerous higher education authorities have embarked upon TESOL course (non degree level or degree or higher level) and ESL programs (short term and long term). As the providers of course increases the market supply decreases A certificate And Seal of Excellence assists higher education in their business marketing approaches. Assessment is peer reviewed by members from our Editorial Board

d) TESOL Providers. The market is growing rapidly most providers are country local while CELTA and the Asian EFL Group are global. It is estimated the next decade will see trained TESOL instructors increase from the 3% of 1997 to the 5% of 2009 to 15-30% by 2022 as demand for teachers skilled in SLA and ESP sub specialties. With a market estimated at 20,000,000 teachers world wide, there will be a growing need for TESOL providers. A Certificate of Excellence and Seal of Approval will assist TESOL providers in the growng market place