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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On the seventh day of Christmas

…my CertTESOL gave to me… Well, actually 7km of beautiful beaches to tell the truth! The beach in the new town stretches from the city wall for over seven kilometres to the army base at Torregorda, with the Atlantic Ocean crashing to the shore. It’s perfect for water sport enthusiasts and there are lots of […]
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On the third day of Christmas

…my CertTESOL gave to me… Cádiz is a relatively unknown treasure on the south-west coast of Spain, but it has so much to offer!  As the oldest city in western Europe, it has a rich cultural heritage, with artefacts in the city museum dating back to the Phoenician period. The museum is located in Plaza […]
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What’s happening in Cádiz?

¿Qué pasa en Cádiz? What’s happening in Cádiz? There is so much that we have long loved about Cádiz but there have always been aspects missing. If only, “Ojalá”, there was this or that… it has often felt that Cádiz has been devoid of “actividades culturales”, cultural activities and that what was on offer was […]
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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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Flatmates and Diploma buddies

Jack and JG had both been teaching for five years when they decided to take the Trinity Diploma in TESOL.  Here’s their story… JG: As flatmates, we had quite different approaches to the course.  During the online component, Jack was much more organised and so gave me a kick when I needed to be getting […]
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