EF Educational Tours Offers Free Training Tours for Teachers to Beijing

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EF's Free International Training Tours provide U.S. teachers an opportunity to travel to China this summer while learning how to create successful educational tours for their students.

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China has become such a focal point for educators and travelers. … We’re excited to provide this once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity for our teachers.

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EF Educational Tours, the world's leading educational travel company, recently announced that it is expanding its popular teacher training program and is now offering free tours for U.S. teachers to travel to Beijing, China, this summer.

"China has become such a focal point for educators and travelers the past couple of years, and we've seen an increased demand to experience Chinese culture," EF Executive Vice President Kate Berseth said. "We're excited to provide this once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity for our teachers."

First-time EF Group Leaders who enroll at least five participants on a 2011 educational tour with EF are eligible to attend EF's Free International Training Tour in Beijing, China, on July 20-25, 2010. The free, weeklong training tour includes round-trip airfare to Beijing, accommodations, meals and sightseeing. Group leaders will visit Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and other ancient and modern sights in the Chinese capital. They also will enjoy an evening kung fu exhibition and a daylong excursion to the Great Wall of China.

Beijing is the newest destination for EF's hugely popular Free International Training Tours, which are held several times a year in Paris and Rome. The goal of the training tours is to prepare first-time EF Group Leaders for their upcoming student tours with EF by experiencing a sample educational tour abroad. The training tour includes a half-day seminar to exchange ideas with EF staff and experienced group leaders on how to create successful and rewarding educational tours for student travelers.

"We believe that it's important to prepare these outstanding teachers to lead students on international educational tours," Berseth said, "and there's no better way than by offering free tours for teachers to experience destinations such as Paris, Rome and now Beijing."

For more information about EF's Free International Training Tours, including detailed itineraries of the Paris, Rome and Beijing tours, visit eftours.com/TrainingTour.


EF Educational Tours helps teachers in North America and India to incorporate international travel into their lessons. Its escorted tours, known as the Global Classroom, allow student groups to visit historic sights, marvel at natural wonders and "learn it by living it." EF is the only fully accredited international tour company and a Strategic Council Member of the prestigious Partnership for 21st Century Skills. EF Educational Tours is a division of EF Education First, the world leader in international education. Since 1965, EF has helped more than 15 million students learn a language, discover the world or earn an academic degree. For more information about EF Educational Tours, visit http://www.eftours.com.

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