This is a programme designed by you and your personal tutor. The course is intensive and requires full commitment.
As part of Delta Module 2, you will need to complete 5 assignments (essay + lesson) and a diagnostic lesson. It is important that you complete the tasks and assignments on time. Given the background work around each lesson, it is important that you space out lessons sensibly, so that you can devote enough time to each of them. This also allows you time for reflection and further development. You will need to put together a work plan at the beginning of the course.
Depending on your teaching situation you have v the option of taking the course over 16 weeks or 36 weeks.
" I have learnt so much from other educators in this field and this has helped shape and harness my creativity in order to achieve my aims. "Participant - 2020
Is this course for you?
22 March - 26 November 2021
20 September 2021 - 27 May 2022
Course fees: £1940.00
Courier and Cambridge assessment fee: £186
Face-to-face lessons are normally required for your assignments. However, due to the changes in teaching situations caused by Covid-19, Cambridge English are allowing assessment of teaching delivered online via certain online platforms on courses starting before 31st May 2021. For more information, please read more or contact us.
" The online tutor guidance and feedback was of excellent quality: very precise and straight to the point. "Cristina - 2020
" I have become more confident and have learnt not to depend on the coursebooks as much as I used to. "Participant - 2020
It is recommended that a DELTA Module 2 candidate should EITHER be a graduate OR have a previous teaching qualification (e.g. CELTA), plus at least TWO years’ full-time teaching experience (i.e. 1,200 hours) within the past five years. Ideally, this teaching experience should include a range of levels and contexts. It is also recommended that the candidate has successfully completed Delta Modules 1.
NB: Candidates may still be accepted who do not strictly meet the entry criteria but who demonstrate they would be capable of completing the course successfully. Decisions on entry are at NILE’s discretion.
The course is intensive and requires full commitment. Assignments and tasks are designed to support your course work, aid your understanding of course content, and help you perform better in the examination. It is important that you complete the tasks and assignments on time.
Please note that all the Delta Modules are subject to Cambridge Assessment's guidelines on plagiarism for Module 3.
In addition, you will be asked to confirm that you have read and understood NILE’s Statement of Originality.
Details of tasks and assignments will be provided at the start of the course.
Please be aware that you need a local tutor in place before you start Delta Module 2. Please discuss this with us prior to application.
To prepare for Delta Module 2, see our suggested reading list.
Please be aware that candidates are liable for any External Assessor’s travel expenses to reach the country of assessment.
Carole is Senior Trainer at NILE, involved in training teachers on CELTA and Delta courses as well as closed- and open-enrolment courses for teacher and trainer development.
Carole has trained teachers in Poland, Russia, Germany, Spain and Hong Kong. She has been the Director of Studies of two IH schools and also worked at a senior level for the Bell School in Norwich. She is also a CELTA Assessor and a Chief Moderator for the Cambridge ICELT scheme.
Her ELT qualifications include an MA in Applied English for EFL.
She is particularly interested in Discourse Analysis, Dogme ELT and education system differences around the world.
|Course dates||Location||Course length|
|20 September 2021 - 27 May 2022||Online||36 weeks|