OUR MISSION

The Slovak Chamber of English Language Teachers is an independent, volunteer, non-profit professional association for teachers of English as a foreign language and other ELT professionals working in Slovakia. Our members includeteachers, teacher trainers, university students and instructors, directors of study, school owners, publishers’ reps, writers, editors, researchers and consultants. Anybody who is involved in English teaching in Slovakia can join SCELT.

Encourage

excellence in the teaching of English in Slovakia and cooperation among ELT professionals in both the private and public sectors

Provide

a forum for members to network, share and exchange ideas with colleagues from Slovakia and abroad

facilitate

access to professional, quality ELT conferences, workshops, seminars and events for and by our members

Executive Committee

Meet the SCELT Executive Committee (EC) for the 2020-2023
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Klaudia Bednárová

The Chair
The founder of a private language school the Bridge – English Language Centre, one of the founding members of the Slovak Chamber of English teachers and the Slovak Association of Language Schools. I’d like to see the Chamber for the active organization providing us with professional support, guidance. I want it to be a heard voice of our profession.


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Marta Šuriková

The Treasurer
I’d like to see the back-office processes in the Chamber being as painless as possible so the team can focus on the core mission: to run an organization providing networking and development opportunities.


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 Hana Bolchová

SCELT trainings
My vision for the Chamber is to continue creating a community of teachers willing to support each other, to motivate teachers to become a part of this community and give them an opportunity to step up, be creative and share.

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Natália Zaleská

Social Networking, Marketing & Legal
The Chamber should be a place, where you can find support for your ideas, help if you need, share teaching experience, deepen your knowledge, etc. To improve the quality of English teachers, create living community willing to participate and help each other.


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Peter Šurik

Membership Secretary
I’d like the Chamber to continue providing opportunities in networking and further development while growing its members’ base, and, eventually, become an integral part of English teaching profession in Slovakia.


 

Partners

We have had the chance to work with some wonderful people and organisations 

Department of Language Pedagogy and Intercultural Studies, Faculty of Education, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra


Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Arts, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice

Department of British & American Studies, Comenius University in Bratislava


Bright House (KE)


American Corner KE

Sharing One Language

Express Publishing (INFOA, s.r.o.)

Macmillan SR