Partnerships and Links


ILEP works closely with a number of organisations such as language associations, other providers of teacher training and professional development, universities, overseas governments and business associations in order to deliver quality, current support and opportunities to teachers.


Providers of Professional Learning and Development

Transforming Practice in Language Teaching (TPLT, formerly known as TPDL)

This year-long programme is available to teachers of many languages throughout New Zealand.

For more information, visit www.tplt.ac.nz


AFS

AFS Aotearoa New Zealand provides teachers with life-long intercultural learning opportunities through the Language Immersion Awards; long or short term immersion experiences overseas in a country of your target language.

For more information, visit: www.afs.org.nz/educators/liateachers/

Language Associations

New Zealand Association of Language Teachers (NZALT)

NZALT is a professional network of language teachers with hundreds of members. It runs a number of initiatives designed to support teachers in the classroom including competitions and professional development opportunities.

For more information or to join NZALT, visit www.nzalt.org.nz.


New Zealand Chinese Language Teachers Association (NZCLTA)

NZCLTA is a subject association which organises events for students and provides professional network opportunities and professional development opportunities for teachers of Chinese at primary and secondary level, in order to promote effective Chinese learning and teaching in schools.

For more information or to join NZCLTA, visit www.nzclta.org.

NZCLTA list-serve

This email group for teachers of Chinese is an excellent source of information and resources. Organisations also advertise opportunities, scholarships, grants and other important information for teachers and students through this medium. To register, send an email to nzclta-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.


New Zealand Association of French Teachers (NZAFT)

NZAFT is a subject association which provides support for teachers and students of French in New Zealand. For more information or to join NZAFT, visit www.french.ac.nz.

NZAFT list-serve

This email group for teachers of French is an excellent source of information and resources. Organisations advertise opportunities, scholarships, grants and other important information for teachers and students. To register, send an email to sympa@lists.tki.org.nz with ‘Subscribe NZAFT’ in the subject line.


German in Aotearoa New Zealand (GANZ)

GANZ is a subject association which provides support for teachers and students of German in New Zealand. For more information or to join GANZ, visit ganz.ac.nz.

German Teachers’ list-serve

This email group for teachers of German is an excellent source of information and resources. Organisations advertise opportunities, scholarships, grants and other important information for teachers and students through these medium. To register, contact GANZ - ganz.ac.nz


New Zealand Association of Japanese Language Teachers (NZAJLT)

NZAJLT is a subject association which provides support for teachers and students of Japanese in New Zealand. For more information or to join NZAJLT, visit www.nzajlt.org.nz.

NZJ-Net list serve

This email group for teachers of Japanese is an excellent source of information and resources. Organisations also advertise opportunities, scholarships, grants and other important information for teachers and students through this medium. To register, send an email to nzjnetsubscribe@yahoogroups.com


Spanish Teachers’ Association New Zealand Aotearoa (STANZA)

STANZA is a subject association which provides support for teachers and students of Spanish in New Zealand. For more information or to join STANZA, visit www.stanza.org.nz.

ELENZA list-serve

This email group for teachers of Spanish is an excellent source of information and resources. It is also the primary medium through which organisations advertise opportunities, scholarships, grants and other important information for teachers and students. To register, send an email to the ILEP Spanish National Adviser: spanish@ilep.ac.nz.

Governments and Donor Organisations

Chinese Embassy


Visit www.chinaembassy.org.nz.



French Embassy


Visit www.ambafrance-nz.org.



German Embassy


For more information, visit www.wellington.diplo.de.




Goethe-Institut


The Goethe-Institut is the German cultural institute with a global reach which provides lots of information for teachers and students of German. For more information, visit www.goethe.de




Embassy of Japan

Important information about Japanese culture and education can be found on the Embassy’s website. The website includes information about scholarships, education programmes and resources for students and teachers. For more information, visit www.nz.emb-japan.


Embassy of Spain

For more information from the Office of Education of the Embassy of Spain, visit www.mecd.gob.es

Other organisations

Confucius Institute in New Zealand

The Confucius Institute in New Zealand promotes Chinese language and culture study in New Zealand through educational programmes, exams, events, and scholarships.

Confucius Institute at University of Auckland, visit ci.ac.nz
Confucius Institute at Vitoria University of Wellington, visit www.victoria.ac.nz/ci
Confucius Institute at University of Canterbury, visit www.ci.canterbury.ac.nz


Asia New Zealand Foundation

A leading non-government organisation on Asia-New Zealand relations, the Asia New Zealand Foundation’ s education programme provides information, resources and professional development opportunities to help school leaders develop students with the skills and knowledge they will need to embrace future prospects in Asia.

For more information, visit www.asianz.org.nz.


Alliance Française

The Alliance Française is a worldwide network of nonprofit associations dedicated to the promotion of the French language and the cultures of France and of the many French-speaking countries abroad.

For more information, visit www.alliancefr.org.nz.


Goethe Society

Goethe societies offer a variety of cultural experiences, ranging from information talks in either English or German to screenings of German-language films.

For more information on the Auckland Goethe Society, visit www.AucklandGoetheSociety.org

For more information on the Wellington Goethe Society, visit www.welly-goethe.org.nz.


Sasakawa Fellowship Fund for Japanese Language Education

Sasakawa Fellowship Fund initiates and supports existing projects which enhance Japanese language learning and Japanese studies in New Zealand schools and tertiary institutions. For more information, visit: http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/admission/scholarships-bursaries-awards/other-scholarships/sasakawa/sasakawa_home.cfm