Why choose LTTC Diploma in TESOL?
- Since 1984, LTTC has provided TEFL courses, helping many thousands of teachers gain a recognised TEFL qualification from all over the world.
- It is endorsed by an OFQUAL approved awarding body, TQUK, at a level of learning equivalent to level 7
On completion of your course, you will receive a Level 7 Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, a qualification endorsed by an OFQUAL approved awarding body, TQUK. The LTTC Diploma in TESOL increases your job prospects and gives you the opportunity to teach in different parts of the world. LTTC Diploma in TESOL is ideal for you if you:
- want to prove that you have a deep understanding of language acquisitions, teaching methodologiess and practical skills in linguistics and language teaching as well as classroom planning and organisations.
- are at least 18 years old upon enrolment
- have the language proficiency level at minimum CEFR C1 or have the qualification of the Cambridge English: First (FCE) Grade A, Advanced (CAE), IELTS 6.5, or equivalent
- have any other relevant Certification, Diploma or Degree
- relevant teaching experience
- Introduction of the nature and acquisition of a language
- The purpose of language
- Language teaching principles and methodologies
- Language teaching for different learner styles and needs
- Effective teaching plan
- Using different teaching aids and materials
- Different teaching methodologies for different language skills
- Phonological, lexical and syntactic features of contemporary English
- Terms and definitions in teaching the language effectively
- Principles of second language acquisition
- Learning needs of language learners
- Designing effective lesson plans
- Classroom rapports
- Classroom management & evaluation
Preparing for the LTTC Diploma in TESOL
The LCCT Diploma in TESOL offered at Anchorage Learning Centre prepares you to teach English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as a Foreign Language (EFL). With the support of your trainer, you will be closely guided to prepare for the assessments. Real classes will be arranged for you as you carry out your teaching practice.
The 120-hour course is conducted over a period of 6 months on a part-time basis. Students meet 2 sessions per week for 4 hours per session with the trainer.
Mode of Delivery:
Other than experiencing a combination of lecture/workshop delivery, discussion, role-play and self-study, you will be given at least 8 hours of teaching practice in a real class setting.
Assessed teaching practice