From Cádiz to Cambodia

Tera took the Trinity CertTESOL course with us in August 2015. Here, she shares her experiences on the course and what she’s been up to since. What inspired you to do the Trinity CertTESOL and why did you choose Cádiz? I always knew I wanted to live abroad for a few years. Teaching English as […]
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A one-to-one focus

Many people tke the time to look into the different courses available before taking a pre-service teacher training course and whilst there are lots of courses on offer, a recognised qualification which is accredited by either Trinity or Cambridge will be accepted throughout the world as the industry standard for most schools. Read more about […]
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The pre-course task

Once you’ve been offered a place on the Trinity CertTESOL course, we send through a pre-course task for you to complete in the run-up to the course. This is based around a guide for teachers and will prepare you for the upcoming course and familiarise you with some of the concepts and terminology you’ll be […]
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Teaching Practice from a trainee’s point of view

As part of your Trinity CertTESOL course, you’ll keep a detailed record of the lessons taught and observed during the course and, towards the end of the TP component, write a conclusion on how you have developed in this area during the five weeks. Huge thanks to Harry, one of the trainees on the October […]
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On the twelfth day of Christmas

…my CertTESOL gave to me… Active Language have been running Trinity CertTESOL courses in Cádiz for over 12 years and the whole team have a wealth of experience teaching around the world and tutoring on both the CertTESOL and DipTESOL courses. As an established course provider, we have links with schools in the local area, […]
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On the eleventh day of Christmas

…my CertTESOL gave to me… You’ll soon get into the routine of a day on the course. Although the first couple of days are a little different, a standard day will look something like this: 9.00 – 10.00  Input session 10.00 – 10.15 TP group meeting 10.15 – 11.00 Break and preparation for teaching 11.00 […]
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