Available courses

Grammar gives us the tools to create, experience and convey meaning. But as teachers, we naturally worry about teaching grammar. This could be due to a lack of language awareness, or limited ideas on how to present and review grammar structures. Our students also worry about grammar and place great value in the mastery of it. 

Our Teaching Grammar course will give you the tools you need to analyze, present and review language. More importantly we will show you how you can, and should use your students minds and existing knowledge to explore language more inductively, through effective, engaging and memorable teaching practices. 


While there has always been a market for teaching English online in a global community, the pandemic pushed this ELT sector to the forefront, forcing teachers to move online overnight. More and more employers are looking for teachers with both classroom and online teaching experience. Learn how to transfer your teaching skills to an online context and start teaching online! This 15-hour extension course will cover the following units, as well as give you the opportunity to teach a live online lesson to real learners:

  • Unit 1. Getting Started: Contexts, Platforms and Tools
  • Unit 2. Online Lesson Observations
  • Unit 3. Materials Selection, Adaptation & Delivery
  • Unit 4. Lesson Planning, Delivery & Reflection
  • Unit 5. The Online Job Search 

There’s a big demand for English teachers. This means there are plenty of  TEFL jobs out there! Navigating the TEFL jobs market is no easy task - hence we have designed a 15-hour extension course to fully prepare you for looking for work worldwide and online, preparing your TEFL CV and to help you have the upper hand in your interviews!

  • Unit 1. Getting Started: Diagnostic One-to-One Careers Session
  • Unit 2. Creating an Action Plan
  • Unit 3. Building a Professional Profile
  • Unit 4. Preparing the Interview Pack
  • Unit 5. Starting the Job Search 

In this 30-hour extension course we will look at phonology as a fundamental language system, as well as reviewing practical applications with regards to bringing phonology into the classroom. 

 

The Intro to TEFL course is an introduction to the world of teaching English as a foreign language. We will get to to know the industry as a whole, develop your language awareness, as well as review some of the modules that would from part of an accredited CertTESOL teacher training course. 

Course Overview : 

Unit 1: Developing Your Language Awareness Skills

Unit 2: A Brief History of Language Teaching. 

Unit 3: Observing an experienced teacher. 

Unit 4: Learning an Unknown Language. 

Unit 5: A Career in TEFL; The Next Steps. 



The Trinity Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CertTESOL) gives an introduction to the theory and practice of English teaching and an insight into the challenges facing the learner and the role of the teacher.

Unit 1 : Teaching skills

Unit 2 : Language awareness including grammar and phonology

Unit 3 : Learner profile

Unit 4 : Materials assignment

Unit 5 : Unknown language


The Trinity Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CertTESOL) gives an introduction to the theory and practice of English teaching and an insight into the challenges facing the learner and the role of the teacher.

Unit 1 : Teaching skills

Unit 2 : Language awareness including grammar and phonology

Unit 3 : Learner profile

Unit 4 : Materials assignment

Unit 5 : Unknown language



The Trinity Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CertTESOL) gives an introduction to the theory and practice of English teaching and an insight into the challenges facing the learner and the role of the teacher.

Unit 1 : Teaching skills

Unit 2 : Language awareness including grammar and phonology

Unit 3 : Learner profile

Unit 4 : Materials assignment

Unit 5 : Unknown language


As a TEFL teacher, it’s important to have as many options open to you as possible. With English as a global language, the demand for Business English teachers is growing significantly. This 30-hour extension course allows you to improve your teaching skills and work as an in-company teacher.

Unit 1: What is Business English?

Unit 2: Needs Analysis

Unit 3: Defining Goals & Objectives

Unit 4: Selecting Teaching Materials

Unit 5: Speaking Skills for Business English

Unit 6: Writing Skills for Business English

Unit 7: Teaching One-to-One

Course Completion Task






As a TEFL teacher, it’s important to have as many options open to you as possible. You don’t want to limit yourself to teaching just one age group, but by taking specialist modules, it allows you to improve your teaching skills and make your CV more competitive. This 30-hour course provides you with the right skills and uses tried and tested techniques to give you a targeted approach to teaching young and very young learners.

Unit 1: Young Learner Needs & Profiles

Unit 2: How Languages are Learned 

Unit 3: Literacy & Phonics

Unit 4: Songs in the Classroom

Unit 5: Story-Telling

Unit 6: Exploiting Flashcards

Unit 7: Motivation & Classroom Management

Unit 8: Very Young Learners

Unit 9: Grammar is Fun!

Unit 10: Error Correction

Course Completion Task



This 30-hour extension course focuses on the Cambridge First Certificate Exam as it is a popular exam with students around the world, and the most popular official English exam in Spain. The course is also relevant to teachers of other Cambridge Exams (Key, Preliminary, Advanced, Proficiency) as the exams share similar task types.It will provide you with insights into exam techniques to help prepare your students to pass the exam.

Unit 1: Exam Classes and Exam Format

Unit 2: The Reading & Use of English Paper

Unit 3: Exploring Ways to Prepare Students for the Speaking Paper

Unit 4: Skills for Teaching the Listening Paper

Unit 5: Understanding the Writing Paper

Course Completion Task