A passion for craft beer and ELT

I met a Hungarian statistician from Leighton Buzzard at the Innovate conference in Barcelona this weekend. She’s taken an initial ELT teacher training course, but teaches statistics, not English. The fact that she’s attended the conference every year since it started five years ago says so much about Innovate. There’s an incredible vibe around the […]
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Friends for life from the CertTESOL and beyond

Vicky took the CertTESOL course with us back in 2011 and since then, she travelled extensively, added to her growing list of academic qualifications and made new friends around the world. Why did you decide to take the Trinity CertTESOL and why Active Language in Cadiz? From a young age, I dreamt of travelling, but […]
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Learn English through social media with Sam

Sam took the CertTESOL in August 2014 and was recently selected as a finalist in the Cambridge University Press hunt for new YouTube presenters for their channel. What inspired you to do the Trinity CertTESOL and why did you choose Cádiz? After finishing University I decided to go into teaching English as a foreign language […]
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The DipTESOL: A transformational teaching experience

Philly took her DipTESOL through Active Language in 2014. Find out how it has transformed her teaching below. Could you tell me about your teaching journey leading up to the course? I took the DipTESOL earlier in my career than most, having only 2 years’ teaching experience at the time the course began. I spent […]
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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 different direction in teaching

Jacqui had been teaching in the UK in mainstream education for four years and special education for eleven years when she decided to take the Trinity CertTESOL to give her more options for the future, with the view to getting work in an international school. As an experienced teacher, she found that there were many aspects […]
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