Expand Your World - Teach English!
Whether you are an experienced English teacher, or want to become one, CESL has courses that are right for you. Our combination of online and face-to-face options provide you with the flexibility to choose courses that work with your schedule and help you meet your goals.
TEFL Certificate Courses offered at a reduced cost in 2018!
TEFL Certificate Courses
CESL Teacher Training Program offers a face-to-face Intensive course as well as a series of online courses that can be combined with a practicum and culminate in a TEFL certificate that is recognized worldwide as an entry-level credential for teaching English as a foreign language (EFL).
A TEFL certificate is the right choice for you if:
- You are interested in becoming an English teacher in a country where the dominant language is not English.
- You are a professional in a related field who is considering transitioning into the profession of language teaching.
- You are a language teacher who wants to complete coursework for professional development purposes.
Professional Development Courses
The Teacher Training Program has developed a series of new classroom assessment courses to improve the assessment competence of in-service language teachers. It is recognized in the language teaching profession that there is an urgent need for the training of teachers in effective assessment practices. The Classroom Assessment for Language Teaching (CALT) series was designed specifically that need.
The four courses in the series are standalone options, but can be combined in a 120-hour Assessment Literacy certificate. Having more assessment literate teachers benefits students, teachers, programs and institutions.
Content Area Teacher Training Courses
CESL Content Area Teacher Training (CATT) courses are designed to help teachers of engineering, science, medicine, and other content areas learn to deliver their classes in English. These course are designed for teachers whose first language is not English or those teaching content areas in English to non-native English speakers.