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English Language Teacher Training (ELTT)

English Language Teacher Training (ELTT) is an innovative professional development course that covers the latest theories and approaches to teaching English for speakers of other languages (TESOL).
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Key benefits

  1. Refresh and update your English language teaching skills from experienced teachers at Australia’s leading university language centre.
  2. Benefit from the teaching and research experience of CET trainers.
  3. Explore current theory and best practice in the area of English Language Teaching (ELT).
  4. Become part of CET’s research community and make lasting professional connections.

Entry requirements

  • A minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent.
  • A recognised TESOL qualification.
  • Mode

    Online or Face-to-Face.

    What will I learn?

    • Learn key concepts in the field of English language teaching, such as innovative teaching methods, flipped classroom strategies, approaches to integrated skills teaching, and lesson planning.
    • Practise teaching skills and receive comprehensive feedback.
    • Develop reflective teaching practices.
    • Become familiar with current research on best practice in ELT.

    How long will I need to study?

    Online

    • 9 weeks: 1 hour webinar + 30 min interactive tutorial per week.
    • 2-3 hours per week of study and assignment writing.

    Face-to-Face

    • 2-12 weeks part-time or full-time.

    Dates and fees

    Start date Finish date No. of weeks Fees CET application deadline
    24 February 2020 24 April 2020 1 webinar per week for 9 weeks $720 14 February 2020

    Important Fee Information

    Terms and conditions

    Please read the terms and conditions that apply to your offer, enrolment and course at CET: CET Terms and Conditions.

    Credit card surcharges

    Course payments made by credit card (Visa or Mastercard) will incur a surcharge of 1.53% of the total cost.

    Overseas Health Cover (OSHC)

    If you are intending to study under a student visa, you will need Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). CET can arrange OSHC for you with Allianz as part of the application process. Simply indicate the type of insurance required (single/dual/family) on step 2 of the application form. You may also arrange your own cover from any of the government approved providers below:

    For more information, please review the University of Sydney's Overseas Student Health Cover page.

  • CRICOS code

    This course is not CRICOS registered and is not available for student visa applications.

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