ih Mexico is the most comprehensive provider of Cambridge ESOL teacher training programmes in North America, and is the second largest IHWO teacher training centre in the world, The Delta modules are accredited and moderated by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Teaching Awards, and a recognized teacher qualification by CENEVAL.
The Delta modules are one of the most prestigious ESL teacher training qualifications in the world. They are designed for teachers with considerable ELT experience who wish to further their professional knowledge and/or wish to take on further professional responsibilities in the field.
In 2008, Cambridge ESOL introduced a revised version of their reputable in-service Delta qualification. The new programme is based around an enhanced syllabus and a modular format to allow greater flexibility for working teachers who wish to further their professional qualifications.
As a well-respected advanced in-service TESL/TEFL/TESOL qualification, Delta is a flexible way for experienced English language teachers to progress further in their careers. Delta is awarded by Cambridge ESOL, part of the world-renowned University of Cambridge.
Achievement of Delta helps teachers prepare for more senior teaching roles and educational management, while facilitating progression to other qualifications such as MA in Linguistics and Language Teaching. MA programmes will accept Delta credits (up to 20 credits for each module).
Because Delta is awarded by Cambridge ESOL, part of the University of Cambridge, it is internationally recognised, highly respected and a benchmark for quality.
Key facts about Delta:
- All Delta courses are based on specifications designed by Cambridge ESOL
- Delta is comprised of three Modules containing course work, practice teaching, exam and extended research assignment
- Modules one (exam) and three (extended assignment) are wholly externally assessed by Cambridge ESOL, whereas module two (course work/practice teaching) is assessed internally and via one external observation by a Cambridge ESOL representative
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