Trinity CertTesol qualification

By: Athena Teacher Training  19/12/2012
Keywords: teacher, course, Teaching English

We provide the Trinity CertTesol qualification that qualifies you to Teach English as a Foreign Language (TEFL). The Trinity CertTesol is recognised by the British Council and allows you to work in their accredited schools in the UK and abroad. What does the course consist of? The four week course is intensive but rewarding and is structured to ensure that you get the best from your time training to become a teacher. At the end of each week, you will have completed a number of assignments and tasks. Each week has been designed to complement the next and you will undertake assignments and mini-projects in a specific order to ensure that your learning is as seamless as possible. Your course will consist of the 5 main units Teaching Skills, Language Awareness, Learner Profile, Materials Assignment and Unknown Language. To give you a more rounded understanding of the topics covered, you won’t come across the five units above in the order they are presented here. Some aspects from different units may be taught alongside each other and it is beneficial that you learn some things before others. At the end of the course, you will meet a representative from Trinity (the course validating body) who will ensure that you are ready to progress to teaching professionally.

Keywords: course, teach English, teacher, Teaching English, TEFL courses

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