Are you ready to take your teaching to another level?
As a special offer from Language Point Teacher Education, we can offer a 100 Euro discount on the Trinity College Diploma in TESOL, offered by Oxford TEFL. This part-time, distance qualification in TESOL is at Level 7 on the UK Ofqual Framework and can be studied from anywhere in the world.
The course comprises 8 months of online study and tutorials, followed by a face-to-face period which includes teaching practice and other assessments, held at an OxfordTEFL centre in Barcelona, Prague, London, Kerala, Malaga or Cadiz.
The next course starts on 7th October - book your place now!
Use the discount code #languagepoint100 to receive your 100 Euro discount!
In addition to this...
Language Point tutors are experienced in Diploma-level assessment for language teachers. We provide assessment and feedback on performance in units 2, 3 and 4 of the Diploma in TESOL qualification, supporting candidates studying the Trinity College London DipTESOL at a distance, ensuring delivery is standardised to the specific requirements of DipTESOL providers.
Contact us to find out how Language Point tutors can work with your TESOL Diploma candidates in their region.
How Language Point tutors can help your candidates pass their TESOL Diploma online:
Unit 2 support: Portfolio guidance
Language Point trainers are project tutors for candidates preparing their Observation Instruments, Developmental Records and Research Projects. We work to your centre's guidelines to ensure standardised practice, and communicate regularly with Course Directors to maintain the same high level of provision for all your centre's candidates.
Unit 3 support: Phonology
Our pronunciation specialists provide extra support for candidates who struggle with phonology, helping them to prepare for Phonology Interview sections. We offer tutorials on phonological awareness and terminology, transcription and structuring assessed sections for the interview itself.
Unit 4: Observations
Our trainers are highly experienced in classroom observation and feedback at Diploma level, meaning that candidates receive internal observation guidance and assessments according to Trinity rcommendations, in their local teaching context. This is a major benefit to candidates as they can work with learners they know in a familiar setting.