Perizat Yelubayeva has been involved in teaching and teacher education since 1997. She is an associated professor and a full-time faculty member at the Vocational and Academic English department at Kazakh Ablai Khan University of international relations and world languages, Almaty, Kazakhstan, where her work focuses on designing equitable professional development opportunities in ELT in the context of intercultural communication and critical discourse analysis. She holds a Bachelor of Education, the Cambridge English Language Assessment Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA). She received her PhD in Foreign language teaching methodology. She is a member of national educational and methodological council of foreign language education. Over the past 20 years, Perizat has worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and academic manager and has a particular interest and expertise in the fields of English language assessment, test preparation and professional development for English language teachers.
Perizat is an author of the monograph "modeling competence based education to develop area studies students’ inter-cultural communicative competence", two ‘English for area studies students’ course books, co-author of the course book ‘English for international law students’, Kazakh-English-Russian Business Terms and English- Kazakh-Russian, Kazakh-English-Russian Legal Terms dictionaries. Also, she has published papers and presented in conferences manuscripts with an emphasis on language teaching skills, ESP, and critical discourse.