New Sir John Monash Centre at Villers-Bretonneux

In time for ANZAC day this year the new Sir John Monash Centre had opened at the Villers-Bretonneux memorial providing a new interactive resource incorporating an app on your phone" #AnzacDay – The event was covered by French and Australian media including the local Courrier Picard newspaper.

Another excited group of students heading to France

Another excited group of students heading to France for an Immersive French and Homestay program. Organise your French (or Cross-Curricular) study tour for 2019 now https://tetc.tours/tour/e400h-france-local-school-immersion-in-loches-french-and-or-history-lessons-touring-3/

The Dos and don’ts of tipping abroad

Interesting piece from our friends at travelmonitor.com.au Let’s not beat around the bush. Tipping is a pain. It is not so much about the willingness to tip – it’s knowing how much, and when it’s necessary. It can add unnecessary stress during your trips, and usually (for us inexperienced Aussies) it’s embarrassing. To simplify the language […]

TETC French Teachers PD in France now NESA accredited in NSW

 TETC is very pleased to announce the recent NESA Registration of the Stage for 65.5 hours of Professional Development contributing towards Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW. The Stage is also open to teachers from all States and a number of teachers from ACT, VIC and QLD have already registered.NSW teachers: NAFT will extend financial assistance of […]

Congratulations!!!!

Congratulations to Sam Weterkamp, French Teacher and winner of TETC prize at the recent Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations (AFMLTA) conference at Bond University on the Gold Coast. Sam is working on a 2018 study tour to Nouméa for her Year 5 and 6 students. TETC has just released 2018 programs for Primary and Secondary schools […]

One less thing to think about when organising your next Study Tour abroad.

Outgoing Passenger Card (OPC) to be retired from from 1 July 2017. The end of an era ! The familiar green passenger card will no longer be around from the start of next month. Arriving passengers must still complete the orange incoming passenger card (IPC).

New partnership with noumea bilingual lycée unveiled at SAFTA conference

TETC picked the annual conference of the South Australian French Teachers’ Association this weekend to announce a new and exclusive partnership with Lycée Bilingue International James Cook in Noumea, New Caledonia. TETC Managing Director Marc Boniface (pictured on right, with SAFTA President Andrew McKenzie) said “he was particularly delighted to add another option to TETC’s […]