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What does ICC stand for?

ICC stands for International Languages Association.

What is ICC?

ICC is a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) with participatory status at the Council of Europe. It is also a member of the Professional Network Forum at the ECML (European Centre for Modern Languages) and of EUCIS LLL (European Civil Society Platform on Lifelong Learning).

What is the mission of ICC?

ICC sets standards for a transnational network of language learners providing foreign language teaching and learning with exchange of ideas and know how.

How does ICC function at different levels?

ICC works through individuals and institutions (at a local level), networks of members (regional level), through the involvement of our member organisations in national initiatives and government committees (national level), and through activities and representations at the European Commission and Council of Europe and other supra-national bodies (international level).

How does ICC promote quality in foreign language teaching and learning?

ICC promotes quality in foreign language teaching and learning by certifying progress and achievement in language acquisition; certifying teachers’ competence to teach; assuring the quality of courses offered; offering guidelines for the evaluation of teaching institutions; and providing criteria for the evaluation of teaching materials and courses.

Where can I learn more about ICC?

You can learn more about ICC by visiting the organisation's official website at icc-languages.eu.

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