What we do here at Language Point to help refugees
When we set up Language Point our goal was to create a system of sustainable TESOL education. Right from the start we've worked with charities and NGO's offering free English classes with our training teachers, subsidised teacher training (through registered charities and NGO's) and closed group teacher training for refugees.
Our ethos has always been that language education should not be restricted by geography or politics and we will continue to offer assistance in these ways.
We aim to bring sustainable teacher training to the places which need them the most. We believe that geography should not be a barrier to education. Language Point works with registered charities, refugee and migrant organisations to ensure that the teaching and learning that happens on our online courses brings benefits to a wide range of people in different circumstances. English language education is a gateway to employment and better lives for people in any international situation, and this goal goes hand in hand with the work we do with teachers and aspiring educators all over the world.
We partner with charities, education institutions and professional development organisations to bring teacher education courses to those who would otherwise not have access to them. We do this by enrolling language learners from a diverse range of nationalities and socio-economic backgrounds, and providing scholarships to course participants who work in settings where finance for course fee payment can be difficult.
Language Point delivers the internationally recognised RQF level 5 Trinity CertTESOL in a totally online mode of study, and the RQF level 6 Trinity College Certificate for Practising Teachers, a contextually-informed teacher development qualification with specific courses which focus on online language education or online methodology.
If you are interested to know more about these qualifications, or you want take your teaching to a new level with our teacher education courses, contact us or visit our CertTESOL FAQ and CertPT FAQ pages for details.