Digital learning resources

 British Council courses offer much more than just learning English. Our courses create interactive, learner-centered environments in which they provide learners with the tools and skills they need to communicate effectively in English. Our e-learning and m-learning solutions offer flexibility, access and convenience where the learner can engage with the content at any time, anywhere – this means no ‘missed classes’! And most importantly, our products allow for continuous assessment where learner progress can be tracked both on learning outcomes and time spent on the course.


Turn your love of Cricket into success with English! A variety of listening activities, video content, games, conversations, cricketing facts, fun tasks and language exercises will help your employees actively engage with the content and learn while having fun. 

Available at 3 levels of difficulty, EnglishStrokes will help your employees learn useful vocabulary, improve their grammar and spoken English, while developing listening skills, pronunciation of English, fluency and accuracy. This, then, leads to greater confidence and improved communicative ability.

Learn English Pathways

LearnEnglish Pathways is a comprehensive series of eight self-study courses organised across four levels (A1 to B2) of the Common European Framework:

CEFR Level     Name of Course
A1    Elementary 1
A1    Elementary 2
A2    Pre-Intermediate 1
A2    Pre-Intermediate 2
B1    Intermediate 1
B1    Intermediate 2
B2   Upper Intermediate 1
B2   Upper Intermediate 2

Each course is between 30 and 40 hours long and aims to develop learners’ language through a variety of interactive online lessons. The courses are designed for self-study and require little or no support. On each course learners have access to dozens of activities, practicing grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and many other aspects of English. 

Learn English for IT

LearnEnglish for IT is a fifty-hour self-study course that aims to improve language proficiency and  gain confidence with using IT in the workplace. The course comprises four modules each providing around 12.5 hours of input and practice. Modules are divided into five topic based units, including a review unit. 

CEFR Level     Name of Course
B1    LearnEnglish for IT extra - Past, present and future
B1    LearnEnglish for IT plus - A Digital World


   LearnEnglish for IT Essentials - Working with IT
A2/ B1    LearnEnglish for IT Foundations - Background to IT

The content is organised around a series of workplace contexts in which knowledge of IT plays an important role.