350-HOUR DIPLOMA COURSE IN INTESOL VIETNAM

350 – HOUR DIPLOMA COURSE IN TESOL

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The 350-hour TESOL course Level 7 is a high-level course, designed specifically for teachers who have had at least one year of teaching experience. This one provides students with both theoretical and practical knowledge of teaching English to Speakers of other Languages within different and varied social contexts, using modern communication methods.


Accreditation

The 350-hour Diploma in TESOL is accredited by ALAP (Awarding Language Acquisition for Professional), a UK-based Awarding Organization, specializing in English language training (ELT). ALAP is supported by an Academic Council, an expert in the field of English language teaching. The ALAP Council monitors issues related to academic quality to ensure that the value of the ALAP Certification is always maintained.

Course Aims

The overall aim of the 350-hour Diploma in TESOL is to provide students with both theoretical and practical knowledge of teaching English to foreign language speakers within different and varied social contexts and with reference to modern communicative methodologies.

Eligibility

This course is aimed at teachers or those who want to continue their in-depth studies on TESOL. The 350-hour diploma program consists of a teaching practice part. If you are unsure of your eligibility, please email us at: info@vietnamteachingjobs.com.

Course Structure

The 350-hour Diploma in TESOL consists of 10 modules (total of 17 modules). Included in the modules are course notes, a series of exercises and self-tests for continuous assessment. Your instructor will grade each module as it is completed and return it with comments, instructions, and a scale of the grade so you can monitor your progress. There are no written examinations.

Duration of the course

The length of time to complete the TESOL program depends on your other commitments. There are approximately 350 hours of work, including joining workshops and teaching practice. Theoretically, you will need 24-30 weeks to complete this one. However, it does not matter if you require more time.

 

Course Completion

You will get:
* Certificate in TESOL issued by INTESOL Worldwide and ALAP
* Course Transcript issued by awarding body
* FREE Back to basics grammar pack
* FREE Games & Lessons pack – Invaluable resource when you start teaching
* FREE shipping of certificates and transcripts from UK to Vietnam
* Personal tutor support
* Proven techniques that will make you a confident teacher
* Security of gaining an internationally recognized qualification
* Job guidance and support

Besides 350-hour course, we also provide the other courses, such as: 120-hour,  140-hour with Teaching Practice, 190-hour with Teaching Practice.

Apply now to get the right certificate for you!

Payment information

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CÔNG TY CỔ PHẦN DỊCH VỤ GIÁO DỤC VTJ. Account number: 06001010032689 MSB (Maritime bank) – brand Da Nang

  • VAT not included:

VCB (Vietcombank), PGD Ham Nghi, Account number: 0071005782788,  Account owner: PHẠM HỒNG SƠN

Or

MSB (Maritime Bank), Brand Do Thanh – HCM, Account number: 04201013904873, Account owner : PHẠM HỒNG SƠN

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Contact us

If you have any question, do not hesitate to contact us by email/skype: info@vietnamteachingjobs.com

or hotline: 0913 525225.

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