Press release by ILTI English – Ipoh Learning Training Institute
Ipoh’s longest established language learning centre, ILTI received the go ahead to reopen for classes after a positive inspection by the Ministry of Education on July 17, 2020.
Officers from MOE included En Ahmad Lotfi bin Zubir, Ketua Penolong Pengarah Penguatkuasaan from Putrajaya, together with En Kamaruddin bin Ghazali, En Dzul Hanan and En Shamsul Adli from the state education department.
Led by the centre’s Director of Education Evelyn Chen, the officers toured the language centre to see the many hygiene and social distancing measures in place.
En Ahmad Lofti said, “I have nothing but positive remarks for ILTI,” after inspecting the measures in place, which included separate entrances to avoid overcrowding, staggered classes and break times.
Delighted with the feedback, Evelyn Chen said, “We are very pleased that the hard work of staff and the support of our fantastic community has been recognised.
“We have expanded the campus over two sites to ensure social distancing and the wellbeing of our students. Implementing hygiene and safety SOPs and having them examined by the officers will give our parents and students even more confidence as they return for language classes.
“On top of that we will also be introducing Maths and Science tuition classes in August to help students catch up with their lessons in school as classes have resumed.”
With nearly 2000 students, ILTI offers all levels of Cambridge Assessment English, as well as Malaysian University English Test (MUET), International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and a Mandarin course based on the HSK Mandarin syllabus.
Along with face-to-face classes, the centre will also continue to run classes online and in the place of work.
To find out more about the language courses offered at ILTI, visit ilti.edu.my