Become a teacher trainer and pass on your expertise
- Are you an experienced teacher of English?
- Have you already followed at least a CELTA or equivalent course?
- Have you obtained a Delta or done some post graduate work?
- Do you have excellent classroom teaching skills?
- Is your level of English at a sufficiently high level?
Every teacher has the potential to train other teachers - but training teaching requires specialist knowledge and skills
Train the Trainer is a course for experienced teachers.
Participants develop the knowledge and skills they need to train English language teachers working in primary and secondary schools. They learn how to run training sessions, observe teaching and give feedback. Teachers who successfully complete the Train the Trainer course are qualified to train teachers on a variety of courses including the Cambridge offering of the CELT-P ( for primary school teachers of English) and CELT-S (for secondary school teachers of English).
With Train the Trainer, teachers show that they:
- have developed skills for designing and delivering teacher training sessions and courses
- have deepened their understanding of key issues in planning and delivering training courses
- have developed an understanding of good practice in observing and giving feedback to course participants
- have identified strategies for their further development as a trainer.
Are you eligible to attend?
For experienced teachers who have at least a CELTA, ideally a Delta, and some years of follow-up teaching experience as well as evidence of commitment to professional development.
Ideally, candidates should have
- at least 5 years of teaching experience (post teacher training)
- a graduate degree in English, Linguistics or related field
- a Cambridge Delta or equivalent level 7 qualification
- a level of English high enough to be able to train teachers and be a fluent and accurate language model
- strong interpersonal skills
- experience in teaching and managing groups of adult learners
For more, please visit the course page