Wimbledon School of English offer Online Trinity Cert TESOL teacher-training this summer

Written by Greg McCarthy 15 giugno 2020

Wimbledon School of English offer Online Trinity Cert TESOL teacher-training this summer

NEWS from IALC-accredited language school Wimbledon School of English: 

You may have clients asking ‘How do I become an English teacher?’ and possibly looking for TEFL or CELTA courses in London but are unable to travel in the near future. With this Trinity Cert TESOL 5-week online teacher-training course, they can now become certified English teachers from the comfort of their own home.

Accredited by Trinity College London, the Cert TESOL certificate is accepted by the British Council as an initial certification for English language teachers in its accredited teaching organisations in the UK and overseas. So, for clients with a C1 level of English who want to teach English, it is essential that they get certified first.

Online Trinity Cert TESOL teacher-training this summer at Wimbledon School of English

This course will be taught by Wimbledon School of English’s experienced teacher trainers and will give students an introduction to theory and practice of how to teach English to speakers of other languages. This course is one of three online teacher-training courses running over the summer at WSE, the other two being ‘Online Teaching for the 21st Century’ and ‘Online Teaching with Technology’.

Wimbledon School of English’s main school will re-open on 7th September 2020, and their London Exam Centre has already reopened offering safe socially distanced English exams.

Dates:

Online Trinity Cert TESOL

  • 29th June - 31st July 2020
  • 7th Sept - 9th Oct 2020

Trinity Cert TESOL (Main-school)

  • 12th October – 6th November 2020

Online Teaching for the 21st Century

  • 13th July – 24th July 2020

Online Teaching with Technology

  • 6th July – 10th July 2020
  • 27th July – 31st July 2020

To see their teacher training courses, click here

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