Howard Johnson started One World Language School in 1998. He trained as a teacher in South Africa and then as an English Foreign Language (EFL) teacher in London during his stay there between 1995 and 1997. He was the founding chairperson of ELTASA (English Language Travel Association of South Africa (www.eltasa.com) and held this position for 3 years. He is now the Vice-Chairperson. Howard is the co-owner of Jeffreys Bay Language School (www.jbaylanguage.co.za) and Teachers SA (www.teacherssa.co.za).
Since January 1, 2006 One World Language School started trading as Eurocentres (www.eurocentres.com) when Howard acquired franchise rights for South Africa.
Howard has recently been elected as the Chairperson of South African Tourism Services Association, Western Cape chapter. He is also spearheading the newly formed Edu-tourism portfolio and has been elected the chairperson of Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s Tourism Curriculum Committee. Howard is a co-owner of FTC and takes responsibility for its international marketing portfolio.