The Frameworks Education mission is simple: We want to foster growth and innovation in the English language teaching industry internationally through its brands and activities. (StudyCELTA, TEFLWork, ELT Today and ELTcampus) and its active involvement in international teacher training projects and development.
We aim to improve the quality of the ELT industry from the ground up by developing accessible avenues and opportunities for everyone in the English teaching industry; from initial training, to employment, and continued development.
Meet the Team
About the Founders:
Global and cross-cultural working environments, encompassing issues of HR, B2B and B2C as well as digital marketing and business development are Javier’s strengths. Javier has lived and worked in Spain, New Zealand and the UK and works with business partners in 45 countries as well as dealing with over 85 nationalities in B2C.
For over 20 years Javier has worked in the international education industry, having built his broad knowledge of the English language teaching sector on the back of a solid grounding in business development and legal studies. He has worked in various roles: CEO, Director, Business Developer, Sales and Marketing expert, Digital Marketer and Language Coach.
Working in a dynamic international and multi-cultural environment is where Javier thrives. Education and learning are his passions, both in terms of business activity and when developing his team.
He is the CEO and Founder of Frameworks Education Group, a Cambridge based company operating internationally through various brands. Frameworks Education services and products are focused on the English language teacher training field. Javier is a Spanish Law graduate, with an MBA completed in Spain and France.
Emma L Pratt
Emma’s specialism is looking at creative solutions to classroom practice and learning, working with all age groups. She has a background in museum and visual arts education and English language teaching, as well as communications, marketing, video, audio, design and coding. She has also worked in teacher management working with the business side of running language schools and working with agents. She is a visual artist with an active, recognised career spanning 20 + years (emmapratt.com). Her current project is in writing and illustrating for children. She is also a parent and company director.
In learning, her area of interest is in artmaking as a physical, intellectual, and emotional response to the world. She investigates ways in which it can be used in English language contexts to engage children’s brains, challenge their visual schema, and give voice to non-verbal forms of communication. She has contributed to publications and blogs on this subject.
Emma has given workshops at IATEFL and The Image Conference on drawing in the classroom as well as being the 2018 Artist in Residence at IATEFL. She is interested in the role of illustration in storytelling and how to exploit that in the classroom. Emma has been involved in an Artists in Schools programme and in artist residency projects where she has looked at storytelling. Online, she has given drawing and language workshops for children.
Emma has been designing online learning courses since 2013 and was, with Jamie King, a finalist in the ELTons 2014 for Innovation in Teaching Resources.