Innovate ELT – an innovative conference

This weekend, Dani (Director of Teacher Training) and Teresa (course tutor and administrator) went up to Barcelona for the Innovate ELT conference. Now in its fourth year, Innovate really does have the perfect name as it looks not only at innovation in ELT, but also at ways of innovating the conference experience. Rather than simply […]
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Professionalism in ELT

During a talk with local school owners on Tuesday, Ben Beaumont explained the benefits of taking a recognised, accredited pre-service qualification: the Trinity Certificate in TESOL or the Cambridge CELTA. He identified the similarities between the two courses, both of which involve an assessed teaching practice component as well as a focus on experiential learning […]
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Continuing Professional Development for tutors

On Tuesday, we had the pleasure of welcoming Ben Beaumont, Head of TESOL Qualifications at Trinity College, to the centre. During a training session with the tutoring team, he explained in more detail the rationale and structure of the assignments trainees take and provided us with further Trinity-produced resources to support trainees in their pre-service […]
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On the first day of Christmas

…my CertTESOL gave to me… Having an internationally recognised teaching qualification will open many doors for you and the Trinity Certificate in TESOL is an industry standard for many language schools, both here in Spain and around the globe.  The CertTESOL is accredited by Trinity College, London, which adheres to strict standards regarding course content, […]
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Ceri’s Diploma revision tips

Our Trinity Diploma trainees are taking their written exam next Friday, so we asked Ceri Jones, one of the Active Language Diploma tutors, for her top three tips to prepare for the exam. If you’re interested in taking the Trinity Diploma and would like to do your teaching practice here in Cádiz, please get in […]
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