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CILT works in close partnership with our sister organisations in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland:

CILT Cymru

WJEC, 245 Western Avenue, Cardiff CF5 2YX

Tel: 02920 265400
Email: info@ciltcymru.org.uk

CILT Cymru, the National Centre for Languages is the national centre of expertise on language teaching in Wales. Established in 2002 as part of the CILT network, CILT Cymru has been given a key role in implementing 'Languages Count', the Welsh Assembly Government strategy for Modern Foreign Languages. CILT Cymru's office is in Cardiff Bay.

Y Ganolfan Genedlaethol ar Ieithoedd (CILT Cymru) yw'r ganolfan arbenigedd genedlaethol ar addysgu ieithoedd. Sefydlwyd CILT Cymru yn 2002 fel rhan o rwydwaith CILT, a rhoddwyd swyddogaeth allweddol iddi yn y gwaith o weithredu 'Ieithoedd Sy'n Cyfrif', Strategaeth Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru ar gyfer Ieithoedd Tramor Modern. Yng Nghaerdydd y mae swyddfa CILT Cymru.

Scottish CILT

Room C317, Crawfurd Building, University of Strathclyde, 76 Southbrae Drive, Jordanhill, Glasgow G13 1PP
Tel: 0141 950 3308/3369
Email: scilt@strath.ac.uk

The Scottish Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research (Scottish CILT)  is the national centre for languages in Scotland. The centre supports the teaching and learning of languages and provides information about languages for students and teachers, opinion formers and policy makers by:

  • supporting and promoting the learning and use of all languages of relevance to Scotland
  • conducting relevant research in support of the work of language teachers and other language professionals.

Scottish CILT receives a grant from the Scottish Government to fund its core activities.

Northern Ireland CILT

NICILT, 8 College Green, Belfast, BT7 1LN
Tel: 028 9097 5955/4
Email:  s.m.beattie@qub.ac.uk

NICILT is a partnership between CILT, the National Centre for Languages (London), and Queen's University Belfast with funding from the Department of Education for Northern Ireland.  It is part of a UK-wide network of institutions all offering a range of services to teachers and learners of modern languages.

NICILT aims to serve all sectors and stages of education in Northern Ireland and support the implementation of national objectives in language learning and teaching.  This includes, where appropriate, support for early language learning, for the post-16 sector and for adult education. 

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