About Us
About Us

 

About Us

Heartpower TESOL and Teacher Training Centre Pte Ltd has changed its name to Cambridge English Academy Pte Ltd and forms part of the Heartpower group.

The motto “English. Teach it. Learn it.” governs the essence of Cambridge's mission. 

Camrbidge English offers TESOL/CELTA and we are the professional partners for the new PTE academic language test in Singapore. We work with the most recognised institutions in the field of English teacher training. Our working partners are University of Cambridge (CELTA), International House (Certificate IV in TESOL) and Pearson Test of English. 


Our Team
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Jafari

 

Director of Cambridge English Academy Pte Ltd

      email   tesol@heartpower.com.sg       contact number     6536 2193
Zak
         
         
     

I am often described as a food lover and while that is a fitting description, my passion lies in realizing my hope of a compassionate world.

My wife Hanesa is my purpose and guide in whatever I do and I am grateful for her unwavering support as I continue to help make the world a better place in every way that I can.

My friends say I am a "foodie" and they are right. You can find me at Geylang markets, hunting for the best biriyani or my mum's kitchen in Perth.

If you have any questions for me, feel free to email me or keep your eye out on the Heartpower blog. I am responsiblle for Heartpower TESOL and would love to meet you.

 
         
             

ZAK

Director of Camrbidge English Academy

  email   sallez@heartpower.com.sg   contact number        6536 2193        
 
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Fazil

Office Manager of Cambridge English Academy

      email   fazil@heartpower.com.sg       contact number        6536 2193        
   
 
Our Trainers
All trainers are chosen based on their attitude to life and dedication to the sharing of knowledge. Meet our trainers!
Nick - Certificate IV In TESOL TrainerNick Swallow. I graduated from university in the UK without a clue on what I wanted to do next with my life. A casual suggestion one day from a friend to try teaching English intrigued me as a way to see a bit of the world while meeting people from different backgrounds and learning about different cultures. I trained as a teacher and hopped on a plane to Singapore and I haven’t looked back since. What was originally a plan to spend a few months teaching and travelling has turned into a lifelong vocation and, yes, 13 years later I am still here! (Scroll for my video).
 
Our Academic Board
Amy RashapDr. Amy Rashap. Amy is a freelance ESL teacher, plus a writer, editor, and public speaking coach. She has written 3 ESL textbooks (Reading for Success, vols. 1 3), articles for ESL publishers, and MOE-approved curriculum. She has taught ESL in many private schools in Singapore, and was director of studies at a private English language School in Singapore. She has her own company, Eloquent English (www.eloquentenglish.com), in which she does freelance writing, editing, and ESL teaching. She also is working with Heartpower TESOL and Pearson to produce a curriculum book for preparation for the new Pearson Academic Test of English. She has a Ph.D. in cultural studies from the University of Pennsylvania, plus a B.A. from Cornell University
Audrey MOH - Guest Member Of The Academic BoardI have been in education for more than 10 years. I first started out as an English teacher in 1999 at The Learning Lab where I later became a Curriculum Manager at this established enrichment centre. After that, I was inspired to explore other areas of teaching English and so in 2004, I took a month off to obtain my certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) in Prague, Czech Republic.
Lauren Swieter - Guest Member Of The Academic BoardI began teaching English as a Second Language in 2005 to a small group of university students who had come to America to earn their degree. I’ve been teaching English since then in the USA, Hong Kong and Singapore. In addition to a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish, I hold a Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from the University of Central Florida. I firmly believe that effective teaching comes from the overflow of a full life. To fill my life, I enjoy good books, good friends, and good food.
Paul AdamekHello. I have been teaching English for nine years, and I have to say it has been hard but rewarding work. But at the beginning, I did not want to go into teaching at all. Even though I graduated from a pedagogical faculty, I decided to stay away from the classroom and went to work as a legal translator instead. However, I slowly realized I actually preferred to do a job with a lot of contact with people. So I decided to go back to my vocation, and I started to teach ESL.
Our Examinations Board
Amy RashapDr. Amy Rashap. Amy is a freelance ESL teacher, plus a writer, editor, and public speaking coach. She has written 3 ESL textbooks (Reading for Success, vols. 1 3), articles for ESL publishers, and MOE-approved curriculum. She has taught ESL in many private schools in Singapore, and was director of studies at a private English language School in Singapore. She has her own company, Eloquent English (www.eloquentenglish.com), in which she does freelance writing, editing, and ESL teaching. She also is working with Heartpower TESOL and Pearson to produce a curriculum book for preparation for the new Pearson Academic Test of English. She has a Ph.D. in cultural studies from the University of Pennsylvania, plus a B.A. from Cornell
Pavel AdamekPaul Adamek. Hello. I have been teaching English for nine years, and I have to say it has been hard but rewarding work. But at the beginning, I did not want to go into teaching at all. Even though I graduated from a pedagogical faculty, I decided to stay away from the classroom and went to work as a legal translator instead. However, I slowly realized I actually preferred to do a job with a lot of contact with people. So I decided to go back to my vocation, and I started to teach ESL.And I think it was a good choice. Teaching has taken me to Singapore, where I have been for more that six years, and it has brought me into contact with students from more than twenty different countries. That is something I really treasure since I believe there are very few other jobs that would enable me to learn from my own experience how people from other cultures view the world. My role is to advise Heartpower TESOL on what sort of graduates I would like and I am very excited about having an input in this.
Peter DanielPeter Daniel. I have been teaching English for the past 20 years at government and private schools in Singapore. I have also been teaching English to ESL students from countries such as China, Indonesia, Russia and Vietnam. In 2009, Iworked with a group of high-ranking Vietnamese officials, developing a curriculum with the goal of improving their English communication skills within a short period of 10 weeks. In addition to teaching, Iorganised holiday study tours, where the emphasis is on having fun while learning.
 
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