Welcome to Richmond International

Welcome to Richmond ELT

We are an English Language Teaching publisher, offering a complete range of print and online resources for teachers and learners of English, from preschool through to adult. 

We are committed to developing and publishing innovative, high quality materials in teacher-friendly formats as well as providing additional educational services that are always relevant to local needs. 

Richmond International is based in Oxford, with partners across the world. Contact us or find your local representative. If you are based in Spain or Latin America, please visit your country site for local expertise.

Beijing workshop for Richmond teachers 

Our distributor in Beijing, GE Links, recently held a training workshop for teachers using our primary courses Spotlight on English and Beep. Over 50 teachers attended in person and around 500 teachers watched the webcast. The training video will also be sent out to GE's elementary school English curriculum subscribers in the US, making it a truly international event! 

Forum ELT Colombia 2017

Last month's Forum on the Future of the ELT Profession in Colombia was a huge success with almost 400 delegates attending, a prestigious line up of speakers and very active audience participation. Read more and view our selection of photos and videos from the event. 

 

 


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Identities course book
GE Links teacher training workshop

Identities

Identities is our new two-level course for young adult learners at upper-intermediate and advanced level. It focuses on helping learners communicate with greater fluency and accuracy and offers many opportunities for personalisation. These in turn allow learners to express themselves fully and develop their own identities in English. Written by Paul Seligson and Luiz Otavio Barros, Identities is a fully-blended print/digital package and was recently highly recommended in New Routes magazine.

To find out more, visit the Identities platform to view the course syllabus, download sample material and hear more from author Paul Seligson!