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Trinity College London
CertTESOL in Thailand
The best way to brighten your English teaching career professionally, and globally increase your proficiency
Trinity College London is a leading provider of qualifications for teachers in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). It has been validating courses and awarding qualifications for over 35 years, and the Trinity CertTESOL is among the most widely recognised and respected qualifications in the industry.
With Trinity CertTESOL, accredited as Level 5 of the UK’s Ofqual Regulated Credit Framework (RCF), you will be recognised as a highly-qualified English teacher by international schools and educational establishments around the world, including the British Council.
Our course is open for applicants either with or without teaching experience, as well as non-native English speakers who possess an appropriate standard of English.
Our online blended CertTESOL course.
Start your course online now and complete it in a classroom in Thailand.
Start your teaching career anywhere at anytime.
Organize your study times to fit your lifestyle.
Ofqual listed level 5 qualification on the UK's RQF.
Accepted by ESL employers worldwide, including the British Council.
Start the online component immediately - 699 USD
Our next onsite course for your teaching practice will be confirmed soon - 949 USD
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Terry has been a teacher and trainer of ESOL for 20 years. He has experience of teaching all ages and abilities. Terry was previously a manager at the Continuing Education Centre of Chulalongkorn University in Thailand. He completed his Masters in TESOL with the University of Sheffield Hallam and has been a trainer for the Trinity CertTESOL since 2014.
Liz has over 30 years experience in the field of English Language Training, as a lecturer, training consultant, teacher trainer, materials writer and assessor.
She was Course Director for the Trinity College London accredited CertTESOL program at the IALF, Bali and at Southwark College, London. Liz was also a consultant in the development of the DipTESAL program at Sogang University, Seoul, Korea. She has been an Oxford Training Academy trainer for OUP. In 1994, Liz completed an MA Discourse Studies for English Language Teaching and Learning at Liverpool University, UK.
Dave Hopkins has over 40 years of experience in teaching English as a second language. He has been a teacher, trainer and program manger in countries as diverse as Botswana, Pakistan, Japan, Egypt, and Indonesia .He holds a Masters in both TESOL and Intercultural Management and studied at the School of International Training (SIT) in Vermont. Dave is qualified as an English Language Specialist at the Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs at the US State Department.
I really like the training here. It was a lot of practice. In the first week, we were able to observe some of the lessons, so it was nice that we could see where we were going to teach, and that we did not start teaching straight away. We started with the 20-minute session. Just practice and see how that went and then afterwards you’re doing the hours and that was really fun. The schools are nice and the children are really nice and friendly. So, for me with no teaching experience, that was a nice way to start. The surrounding of the school is very nice. I’ve been to the national park. The night market is really nice.
Saskia Nicholson, from the United Kingdom