150-hour Certification Course with Teaching Practice (CTP)
Our 150-hour certificate course with teaching practice is made up of a high-quality online course, plus six hours of teaching practice in a real classroom. The resulting online TESOL certificate is recognized worldwide and welcomed by countless employers in all parts of the globe. Among the most popular benefits of the course is the fact that each individual student is free to set their own pace depending on their personal circumstances and learning style. Once qualified, all our graduates can take advantage of our career support services that can be accessed as long as you remain an ESL teacher.
To get started, simply complete the application and we will send you all the details needed to gain access to your personal online course control panel. Once logged in to the system, you can choose to study the online course materials directly or you can download them to a computer, tablet or smartphone, whichever suits you best.
When you are happy that you have absorbed the information covered in unit 1, your understanding will be assessed via a short online test before you move on to unit 2. Once you have worked through all the course units, you can then move onto the teaching practice section of the course which is conducted at a location of your choice.
Once you have taught at least six lessons, you will need to send through the course documentation online for review by our experienced team of trainers. Once your lessons have been successfully evaluated, you will graduate from the 150-hour CTP TESOL course and receive your well earned certificate.
TEFL Course Aims
The overall design of the 150-hour CTP TESOL course is intended to provide a comprehensive introduction to the world of English language teaching. Every course graduate should have developed a good working knowledge of the English grammar system, plus many other essential skills and techniques that you will find invaluable throughout your career in the classroom.
TEFL Course Content
The 150-hour CTP TEFL course consists of two distinct phases. Phase 1 is focused on a wide range of subjects concerning teaching skills, including teaching theories and methodologies, classroom management, lesson planning, and ways to test and evaluate the progress of your students. This phase also looks at language awareness issues, such as the parts of speech and the tense system, as well as other important subjects like pronunciation and phonology.
To help you through this wide range of topics they have been carefully separated into twenty individual units that have been designed to gradually build your knowledge, and not overwhelm you with too much information at once. This course design means you should be able to comfortably work through all twenty units at a pace that you find most beneficial.
Phase 2 is where the teaching practice begins. For this phase of the course you will need to arrange a time and place where you can complete a minimum of six hours teaching practice. Once the lessons are completed, you simply send us the required documentation online and we will evaluate your performance. You will be notified of your result within two working days. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis only and no other grade will be awarded.
The certificate for this course shows that you have completed a 150-hour TEFL/TESOL certification course which also included a minimum of six hours of supervised teaching practice.
150-hour TEFL Certification Course Components
Phase 1 (online):
- Unit 1: Teachers and Learners
- Unit 2: Parts of Speech
- Unit 3: Theories, Methods and Techniques
- Unit 4: Present Tenses
- Unit 5: Managing Classes
- Unit 6: Past Tenses
- Unit 7: Teaching New Language
- Unit 8: Future Tenses
- Unit 9: Lesson Planning
- Unit 10: Video Lessons
- Unit 11: Teaching Receptive Skills
- Unit 12: Teaching Productive Skills
- Unit 13: Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology
- Unit 14: Course Books and Lesson Materials
- Unit 15: Evaluation and Testing
- Unit 16: Conditionals & Reported Speech
- Unit 17: Equipment and Teaching Aids
- Unit 18: Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice
- Unit 19: Teaching Special Groups
- Unit 20: Troubleshooting
Phase 2 (in-class):
Six hours of teaching practice
In the interest of flexibility, you will be given up to twelve months to complete all of the course components (six months per phase). How you choose to plan your studies is entirely up to you as long as you stay within this timeframe.
Post-Course TEFL Job Guidance
Once you have graduated from the course we will do all we can to help you find a suitable teaching position. Our support services include:
Our job guidance services are available to all graduates throughout the length of their teaching careers.
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