During this 120-hour course, you will watch videos of teachers teaching classes in a variety of contexts. You will view interactive presentations, listen to podcasts, read articles and take interactive quizzes to help build your knowledge. At the end of the course, you will be required to complete an assignment to showcase your understanding of the principles of teaching.
The TKT (Teaching Knowledge Test) is an internationally recognized teaching qualification accepted in over 60 countries. The purpose of the test is to assess how your teaching knowledge has developed in specific areas related to English language learning.
The qualification is modular, which means that you can take as many modules as you want, and you will receive certification upon completion of each module. The test itself is multiple choice and requires some background reading. As an EF teacher, you will be provided with full support before you sit your TKT, including the core TKT textbook and the glossary of terms.
The CertTESOL (Trinity Certificate in TESOL) is a teaching qualification and certification for teachers who are relatively inexperienced, or new to teaching English as a second language. It builds on the theoretical aspects of the TEFL qualification, with a stronger practical element. This globally recognized course is ideal for anyone looking to build a lasting career in language teaching.
Awareness of the importance of teamwork and mutual support are core themes throughout the course. EF English First offers in-centre training for participants in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chongqing and more. The course itself is independently moderated by Trinity College London, ensuring the highest quality and standards.
The DipTESOL (Trinity Diploma in TESOL) is ideal for experienced teachers who want to develop their professional knowledge and expertise in the field of English language teaching. This course is highly recommended for teachers who are looking to progress into more senior positions, including management and product development.
The course requires teachers to create a teaching portfolio focused on observation, developmental teaching practice and independent research. Each week teachers are given feedback with up to 15 peers. Teachers have the opportunity to focus on specific interest areas, and develop an understanding of current and historical developments in language learning theory and teaching methodology. There is also a practical element with five observed and assessed lessons.
Delivered by English UK, the DELTM (Diploma in English Language Teaching Management) is an internationally recognized qualification for those with a strong background in language teaching. This 12-month course includes all areas of management, from staff performance to financial performance. The DELTM prepares teachers for more senior positions in the language teaching industry.