Customize your IELTS preparation

This summer, we are offering a number of IELTS Workshops. Each workshop lasts three hours and will focus on a particular section of the exam. Each session will include at least one hour of exam-condition practice. Register for one or more workshops to suit your particular needs.

Our instructors are highly experienced with specific knowledge of IELTS and how to maximize your score. They will help you prepare for IELTS by providing you with focused exam practice integrated with English language instruction and development. Not only will you learn specific strategies for each section of the exam, you will also improve your overall proficiency in reading, listening, speaking, and writing.

IELTS Summer Workshops Schedule

All IELTS Workshops will be held on Saturday from 10:00am – 1:00pm

July 23Eventbrite - IELTS Workshop - Reading 1: Multiple Choice/Matching/Short-answer Tasks
Reading 1:
Multiple choice, matching, and short-answer tasks

July 30Eventbrite - IELTS Workshop - Reading 2: Identifying Information/Completion Tasks
Reading 2:
Identifying information (True/False/Not Given), identifying a writer’s views/claims (Yes/No/Not Given), and completion tasks

August 6Eventbrite - IELTS Workshop - Writing 1: Academic Writing Task 1
Writing 1:
Academic Writing Task 1

August 13Eventbrite - IELTS Workshop - Writing 2: Academic Writing Task 2
Writing 2:
Academic Writing Task 2

August 20Eventbrite - IELTS Workshop - Speaking 1: Introduction/Interview
Speaking 1:
Introduction and interview

August 27Eventbrite - IELTS Workshop - Speaking 2: Individual Long Turn/Two-way Discussion
Speaking 2:
Individual long turn and two-way discussion


$40 per workshop. Use the ‘Register Now’ buttons above to register for the workshop(s) of your choice. If you have trouble registering, contact

What is IELTS?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test that measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work in environments where English is used as a language of communication. The test is scored using a 9-band scale that identifies a user’s proficiency level from non-user (band score 1) to expert (band score 9). Various educational institutions, colleges and universities set a particular band score as an admissions requirement for international students and non-native English speakers. For example:

Seattle Central College

Seattle Pacific University

University of Washington

Seattle University (Nursing Program)