The British Council is pleased to announce the launch of applications for the Enabling Fund grants, offering four grants valued at 100,000 THB each, to support English teacher networks in Thailand. The primary objective is to inspire Thai English teachers and educator networks to cultivate professional connections, exchange ideas and expertise, and stay abreast of the latest developments in English language teaching. Through the British Council’s world-renowned online English teaching community, “TeachingEnglish,” participants can enhance their English proficiency and teaching methodologies. The application window is open until 19 May 2024. For further information, please visit

Mr. Danny Whitehead, Director of the British Council in Thailand, stated “The UK is keen to support transformative improvements in English language teaching, learning, and assessment in Thailand. We firmly believe that effective English language instruction opens doors to academic and professional success, fostering active engagement in the global community. In Thailand, we recognise the vibrant community of dedicated teachers. Through our expansive online platform, “TeachingEnglish”,’ we provide Thai teachers with enriching opportunities and resources to improve the learning outcomes of their students, in cities and in rural areas.”

“We’re proud to introduce the Enabling Fund grants, aimed at encouraging Thai English teachers to connect with teaching communities around the world, and providing a wealth of resources and international community.” Mr. Danny added.

The initiative invites applications from established and active networks, clusters, associations, and other groups in the field of English teaching in Thai primary and secondary schools. We want to support teachers’ networks’ with free, online self-study courses (MOOCs) and webinars. The platform facilitates continuous professional development, and includes research publications, teaching resources, online events, training courses, and community-building opportunities.

Applications are now open and will be accepted until 19 May 2024. For detailed information, please visit



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