Providing Free English Lessons to the Migrant Workers from HOME

Since 4th April 2017, British Education Centre (BEC) has started to collaborate with Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) to provide free English lessons to the residents from HOME.

On the first month of the collaboration, BEC successfully delivered four separate lessons to HOME’s residents, each lasting 2.5 hours. Each lesson comprised of two group-learning sessions followed by small group coaching sessions. All the lessons are conducted at BEC’s premises and are delivered by selected BEC’s teacher-to-be students.

HOME is set up with the mission to protect migrant workers from human trafficking, exploitation and abuse. HOME has provided direct assistance to around 5000 migrants and victims of human trafficking and forced labour each year since 2004.

BEC was established in 2007 as a school registered with the Ministry of Education in Singapore, with the mission to enrich lives, fulfils dreams and impact communities.