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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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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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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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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