According to Timothy Blake, Managing Director at the London School of English in the UK, "People tend to be more results-driven than they used to be, and many come for shorter courses.
Courses must, therefore, be ever more practical," he
Similarly, in the UK, Blake
adds, "With more people going on to study at a UK university, we have noticed an increased demand for academic English and pre-university preparation and advice.
confirms that, "New technology has had an impact on teaching techniques, and we have embraced that - it has given trainers more options and course participants more choice.
adds "these technical advances have tended to have a steady incremental effect; they do not amount to a revolution."