The Euroexam Centre publishes course books and practice tests which are widely available through local testing centres, bookshops and online.
Practice tests and teaching materials, which can be downloaded free of charge, have also been made available, as well as weekly downloadable tasks.
All Euroexam audio material is also downloadable free of charge.
In October 2010, Euroexam e-learning was launched. Future candidates − or any learner interested − can take a placement test and start a six-week introductory, or a four-week intensive course, covering both language and exam skills, and can receive online guidance from experienced teachers.
After five years of operation, the number of registered participants reached over 100,000. These courses, provided free of charge, are managed by dedicated professional and technical staff.
In 2002, Euroexam International established a teacher training department, which undertook the training of examiners and of teachers preparing their students for the Euroexams. Since then, 450 examiners have been trained, and over 500 have participated in accredited teacher training courses. Euroexam also offers workshops and short training courses on the background and practical aspects of the CEFR for teachers of English, German and other languages. Please click here for more information.
The Euroexam Centre is aware of its obligations to candidates with special needs. Those with dyslexia or dysgraphia have specially-designed question and answer papers. Visually-impaired candidates may have the examination dictated to them and are allowed to use computers with a Braille keyboard. Invigilators are specifically trained to work with these candidates. Approximately 250 candidates with special needs sit the Euroexams each year.