ILA Vietnam on Tuesday announced a series of new activities with an aim to build a network of modern English language centers and expand operation in Vietnam.
Speaking at a press briefing held on Tuesday, CEO of ILA Vietnam Tran Xuan Dzu said the ‘We Care & Share’ program consisted of ten activities marking its 15th anniversary in Vietnam.
The program needing a total cost of US$2-3 million will create a professional environment of foreign language education.
ILA is a foreign-invested education and training company that has operated in Vietnam since 2000. It enrolled over 35,000 learners at 13 centers last year.
ILA plans to open 15 more centers nationwide in the next two years.
Dzu said that ILA had made careful preparations, from human resources to quality management system, for its development plan. Therefore, even with a strong expansion, ILA will still be able to manage its quality.
ILA currently has around 1,000 employees, with some 300 native speakers of English and a high number of teaching assistants.
(Sai Gon Time)