As the school currently has excess enrollment, this program also gives the staff a chance to look at potential students' behaviors and attendance records to ensure that decisions made on acceptances to this program will be as informed as possible and lead to maximum student development. The students who do not secure a place on the diploma course gain 12 weeks of professional and accessible English lessons.
In addition, the percentage of students dropping out of the main diploma program has been reducing, the result of students increasing their self-esteem in speaking English as a result of completing the BEP.
The BEP takes place at the Tea Leaf Vision Centere for Professional Development in Maskeliya, Central Province, Sri Lanka. The project is taught by the teachers of the center. Interns from the Advanced Diploma work as teaching assistants, gaining valuable experience and receiving a small stipend to help with the poverty their families face.