The world’s biggest esports organisation has launched a new esports training centre in Oxford.
The organisation, ESL Academies, says the space is dedicated to the growth and development of the sport, and that it is designed to provide professional training to educators, parents and students alike.
It has partnered with a number of UK-based education companies to provide free access to its training centre for parents and teachers.
“The facility provides a great opportunity to help teachers and parents better understand esports, and offer them a safe, enjoyable and fun space to learn the basics of esports,” ESL Academy founder and CEO Stephen J. Kapp said in a statement.
“Echoing the principles of esports and esports education, we have set up a dedicated training space where parents and children can learn the skills they need to succeed in esports.”
Teachers, parents, and students who want to learn about the sport should check out ESL Academs Training Hub in the Oxford area.
The facility will have space for a full-time student, an internship and other training needs.
“We’ve designed the space to give parents and educators access to a space that they can work with, while still allowing for the learning environment they need in the classroom,” ESL Academy said in its press release.
“Teachers are a key part of ESL Academys staff and we are working to make the space as accessible as possible to all parents and the wider community.”
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