|Duration||Fee||Mode||Awarding body||Assessment||Start Date|
|2 to 3 months||£ 500||Online learning||Cambridge Assessment English|
About the Course:
Delta- Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Delta is an advanced blend of theory and practice that will help candidates to develop professionally. It gives them skills and techniques that will help them throughout their career.
Delta consists of following three modules:
All three modules include a focus on theory and practice.
|Module One||Understanding Language, Methodology and Resources for Teaching|
|Module Two||Developing Professional Practice|
|Module Three||Option 1: Extending Practice and ELT Specialism|
Option 2: English Language Teaching Management
Please note that we are only offering Module 1 at the moment.
Who is this course for?
Delta is for teachers with at least one year’s experience. It’s suitable for teachers in any context, working with any age range – young learners, teenagers or adults. Candidates have the opportunity to focus on a specialist area of study.
Candidates should be:
- Proficient English language user (between CEFR Level C1 and C2 or above)
- At least one year’s previous teaching experience recommended.
- Preliminary Teaching Qualification
Please fill in the online form and attach your fee receipt to register for the course. The fee can be submitted in cash at our office or in Faysal bank.
Please note that your registration will not be considered complete until we receive both your online form and the payment.
What will you learn?
Module 1 focuses on extending and developing candidates’ knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning English in a range of contexts.
The table below gives a brief summary of the content. See the Delta syllabus for full details.
|1. Theoretical perspectives on language acquisition and language teaching|
|2. Different teaching approaches and methodologies, including current developments|
|3. Language systems and learners’ linguistic problems|
| 4. Language skills and learners’ problems|
|5. Knowledge of resources, materials and reference sources for language learning||The practical use of variety of resources in teaching contexts.|
|6. Key assessment concepts and terminology||How to apply key assessment principles, such as validity and reliability, to classroom-based assessment.|
Exam and course dates:
Online course is also offered to all candidates registered for DELTA Module 1 exam at ICD. There are 8 modules outlining what is required for each task in the exam. Each module consists of 5 or 6 exercises beginning with revising essential terminologies, followed by a discussion, then exploring each question in detail. Candidates are advised on how to answer the questions and exemplified with what constitutes a pass answer. They can also try out each task in full. Note that these online classes are exclusive with the DETA fee (£500).
This online course will be offered at following dates:
- 28th Sept 2019 for nine weeks
- 4th April 2020 – 30th May 2020
- 3rd Oct 2020 – 5th Dec 2020
Registration deadlines and final Exam dates for DELTA Module 1 in 2019-2020 at ICD are as following:
|Exam||Exam date||Exam registration deadline||Results issue||Certificate dispatch starts|
|Delta Module One||04-12-2019||04-11-2019||17-02-2020|
|Delta Module One||03-06-2020||30-04-2020||07-08-2020|
|Delta Module One||02-12-2020||02-11-2020||15-02-2021|
Recommended resource material:
Online resource material will be provided by ICD during the course.
To see the sample tests kindly visit at https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/teaching-english/teaching-qualifications/delta/prepare-for-delta/
When you complete the module 1, you receive a Cambridge Assessment English certificate of completion.
Find out more about the Cambridge Assessment English Delta program at:
Note that Cambridge English is part of University of Cambridge UK which is world 7th ranked institution as per QS World Ranking which is followed by HEC Pakistan and in International education community.
An approved Cambridge Delta tutor will be available online to assess tasks and to guide the candidates.