With the growth in demand for English, there are not enough qualified English Language teachers globally. The Trinity Cert TESOL equips candidates with the basic skills and knowledge needed to take up a first post an as ESOL teacher. The qualification is highly regarded and is an internationally recognized teacher training course which allow you to become an English Language Teacher worldwide.
|Course Name||Trinity CertTESOL|
|Course Category||Teachers’ Training|
|Course Length||04 (Weeks)|
|CEFR Level||C1 – C2|
|Qualification||Certificate (QCF Level 5)|
|Study Mode||Full time|
|Validation||Trinity College London|
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The Trinity Cert TESOL is designed for those with little or no experience of English Language Teaching and is also highly benefited for experienced teachers and tutors looking to move into an English Language Teaching position. This highly intensive course gives an introduction to the theory and practice of contemporary English language teaching, an insight into the challenges facing an English language learner and the role of the teacher. It provides trainees with basic skills, teaching and methodological skills as well as essential knowledge to confidently seek appropriate appointments at entry level to the TESOL profession. Additionally, the Graduates will gain the practical knowledge of grammar, lexis, vocabulary and pronunciation and the classroom management skills to enable them to teach a range of learners.
The course consists of 130 timetabled hours and is designed around five mandatory units, as below. In addition, trainees will have to do extra study and lesson preparation in their own time.
There is no final exam but the work for Units 1, 2, 3 and 5 is marked by your internal course tutors and Unit 4 by an external Trinity moderator. To gain the certificate you must pass all components. Trinity College London awards a Pass or Fail grade.
Following the initial application, all candidates are required to: