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Key details

Attendance Part-time
Duration 20 weeks
Code TCATres1
Awarding Body Trinity College London
Level Cert TESOL
Start Date 13/01/2022

Course overview

The Trinity College London accredited Cert TESOL is an initial training qualification to equip you with the basic skills and knowledge needed to take up a first post as an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) or ESOL teacher.

Teaching methods include:

  • Classroom based interactive sessions
  • Webinars and online delivery
  • Tutorials
  • Feedback sessions

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Talk to the tutor before you apply, email information@bradfordcollege.ac.uk to book a 1-2-1 call.

 

What you'll study

The course is a mixture of classroom-based activity, teaching practice, online learning and self-study.

Attendance, when face to face, is Mondays 1.30 – 5.00 and will also be delivered using webinars and online learning so will not be every week. Teaching Practice will be arranged on a variety of days and times so some flexibility is needed.

  • You will be taught by a team of highly experienced and enthusiastic TESOL professionals.
  • You will work with ESOL/EFL students from a wide range of backgrounds.
  • In our established and renowned School of Education, you will be well supported by your tutors and peers.
  • You will have access to a wide range of high quality resources.
  • The course is a mixture of classroom-based activity, teaching practice, online learning and self-study.

    Attendance, when face to face, is Mondays 1.30 – 5.00 and will also be delivered using webinars and online learning so will not be every week. Teaching Practice will be arranged on a variety of days and times so some flexibility is needed.

    • You will be taught by a team of highly experienced and enthusiastic TESOL professionals.
    • You will work with ESOL/EFL students from a wide range of backgrounds.
    • In our established and renowned School of Education, you will be well supported by your tutors and peers.
    • You will have access to a wide range of high quality resources.

Assessment

Assessment methods include:

  • Lesson planning, delivery and tutor’s evaluation of teaching practice
  • Reflective teaching journal
  • Open book test
  • Preparation of a learner profile
  • Materials development and evaluation
  • Reflection on learning the basics of an unknown language.

Entry requirements

Age
Minimum 18
GCSE English
Grade C or above

The Trinity Cert TESOL is designed for those with little or no experience of teaching ESOL/EFL. It is available to people of all professional backgrounds who are attracted to the English teaching profession, either as a long-term career or for a shorter period to help them travel the world and experience life in different cultures.

The minimum age to join a Cert TESOL course is 18.

You should hold qualifications for entry to Higher Education for example, A level/BTEC or equivalent and also have competence in written and spoken English appropriate to a teacher of English.

You should hold GCSE English at Grade C or above or IELTS 7.0 or above or an equivalent qualification.

We also consider individual applicants who can demonstrate relevant learning, work/voluntary experience, using our Recognition of Prior Learning process. Please contact the admission team for further information and support.

Work experience

You will be required to teach groups of students for at least six hours and to observe experienced teachers for four hours.

You will produce a teaching journal in which you will reflect on your experiences.

Next steps

The Trinity Cert TESOL is an initial teaching qualification. On completion, you may go on to complete a full Diploma in TESOL or in Education and Training. The course may enhance opportunities for progression or a change in work roles or contexts.

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Tuition fees

£1100

For information about our student services, please click here.

This course is eligible for the Advanced Learner Loan. Please click here for more information.

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