|Duration||Fee||Mode||Awarding body||Course dates|
|5 days||£ 325||Face to face||Cambridge Assessment English||Train the Trainer (Lahore) 27th May – 31st May, 2020|
About the course:
It is an approximately 30 hours face-to-face course.
The course provides:
- generic teacher training skills
- familiarization with a specific training course, enabling participants to become trainers on the CELT-P and CELT-S
Train the Trainer is a face–to–face course for experienced teachers who are working or are willing to work as teacher trainers.
Participants develop the knowledge and skills they need to train teachers working in multiple contexts. They learn how to run training sessions, observe teaching and give feedback.
The applicants need to have:
- 16 years of formal education
- Good English language proficiency
- Sufficient teaching experience
- Teacher Training experience (recommended not mandatory)
Step 1: Fill in the application form. You will receive a copy of your form via email.
Step 2: Email us a copy of your form along with a language proficiency certificate (TOEFL/IELTS/CAE/PTE) at firstname.lastname@example.org and go to step 4. Those who do not have a language proficiency certificate, submit a £20 admission test fee and send us the receipt. These applicants go to step 3.
Step 3: Appear in the admission test. You may schedule the test as per your convenience in your area of residence.
Step 4: Qualifying applicants will receive an offer letter. Submit the £325 course fee within 14 days of receiving the offer letter. (The due date may change if you apply closer to the course dates)
Note that we have limited seats and the initial applicants qualifying for the course will be registered.
What will you learn?
There are six Train the Trainer modules, each having a practical focus.
Recommended reference books:
Resource material will be provided by ICD during the course.
For further reading see the list of references below:
The Training Class/ Analyzing and Designing Training Sessions::
- Ways of Training by Tessa Woodward-
- Training Foreign Language Teachers by Michael Wallace – Cambridge University Press.
- Loop Input by Tessa Woodward – Cambridge University Press.
- Train the Trainer Journal –IATEFL Visit here.
- Teacher Training and Education SIG Newsletter by Tessa Woodward – IATEFL Visit here.
Delivering Training Sessions:
- ETL Journal.
- Cooperative Development by Julian Edge – Longman
Observing Teachers and giving feedback:
- Second Language Teacher Education by Jack C. Richards and David Nunan- Cambridge University Press
- Classroom Observation Tasks by Ruth Wajnryb- Cambridge University Press
Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate from Cambridge Assessment English.
Cambridge Assessment English is part of University of Cambridge (UK). It is ranked amongst the top 10 universities of the world as per QS World Ranking – followed by HEC Pakistan and International education community.
Missy have been a freelance CELTA (Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults) Trainer and Assessor for Cambridge University. Who has travelled, trained and assessed CELTA courses in over sixty countries. She is currently assembling a collection of teacher’s training sessions that have been delivered to over 500 teachers, a project of UNICEF who teaches Syrian refugee children in the Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) in Lebanon.
An expert in a variety of Professional Development Workshops on topics such as Bringing Textbook Activities to Life, Task Based Learning, Implementing Guided Discovery, Life Skills and Presentation Skills.