We may not have thanked you enough for your efforts in keeping this scheme alive and kicking but you are right. all those who benefit from ELTeCS know that it started as an initiative of the BC here, in Latin America and in other geographical areas providing lots of support to teachers of English. Thanks very much my dear friend for we know it is a demanding and not always pleasant job... and you have done it completely free of charge!!!.
I am sure there has been a misunderstanding and the BC will fix the problem soon since being part of ELTeCS has become a necessary addition to our efforts for communicating and continuing our professional development. I am sure the BC will continue the support to this and other initiatives-as they did in the past- that aim at spreading the British culture and improving the language proficiency of our colleagues.
All the best
M.Ed. Maria Luisa Mu
2015-03-11 16:39 GMT-05:00 Cesar Klauer email@example.com [ELTeCS_PERU]<ELTeCS_PERUfirstname.lastname@example.org>:
Dear ELTeCS PERU MembersThe British Council is back. The news had been around for some time already but the official presentation had not occured until yesterday.I am reporting this event indirectly, (since I was not part of the list of guests to the Embassy) and because I found out from a friend who posted a photo on Facebook today.As you know this ELTeCS PERU group was started by me on behalf of the BC several years ago (if you read carefully, the group is introduced as being owned by the BC not me) and was kept active, even though the BC office in Lima closed, in an effort to keep their spirit alive among us teachers of English.In any case, it is good news that the BC is back in town, and of course ELTeCS will go on no matter what.Welcome back BC.