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21 Oct 2019
The Callan Method is a fast, fun and easy way of learning English that focuses on improving students’ listening and speaking skills. It was invented by a man named Robin Callan in England in the 1960s. The first school to use this method opened in London 50 years ago and it is now the largest private language school in Europe.
Today more than 300 schools use the Callan Method across Europe, Asia and South America. JET English College was the first school to introduce this method to Australia.

These statistics are based on the research of the Callan school in London over the fifty years they have been open. For more information visit 
It is suitable for students of all nationalities, of all ages and for all purposes of study. It is based on repetition and speed, the two things that guarantee success in learning a language.
Students spend less time and less money on lessons by learning English in a quarter of the time it takes to learn by other methods.(method callan)
Students reach the level of the internationally-recognized Cambridge Preliminary English Test (PET) in approximately 80 hours instead of the usual 350 hours it takes when learning by other methods and the level of the Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) in about 160 hours.


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