DELTA (Diploma in teaching English to speakers of other languages)
DELTA is one of the best-known and most popular advanced TEFL/TESOL qualifications in the world. It is a flexible way for experienced English language teachers to progress further in their careers.
We offer fully online, part-time DELTA Module 1 and Module 3 preparation courses at the English Language Teaching Centre, and also offer a Local Tutor service in partnership with NILE for Module 2.
For further information about our upcoming courses, please click on the relevant links below.
By following these links, you can access some sample materials and tasks from our Module 1 and 3 courses.
Excellent - very focused and energetic. The sessions focusing on preparing for the exam were particularly helpful. I found this really helped me to visualise the requirements of the question.
ESOL tutor, Ireland
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I thought Nick and Beth did a great job handling the course between them and have been very helpful throughout the course.
General English Teacher, UK
To apply for a DELTA preparation course please complete the appropriate application form for your chosen module below:
Any initial queries and completed Module 2 application forms can be sent to our TEFL Admin Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
I think I have learnt a lot and I can definitely see a difference in my teaching compared to last year.
General English Teacher, Mexico
For more information about the Delta Modules, please visit Cambridge Assessment English’s website.
The full syllabus can be downloaded below:
The tasks were wholly relevant and interesting. They also made us aware that we would need to devote a good few hours each week to self-study in order to be ready for the exam, as well as to develop professionally, of course.
EAP Teacher, Spain
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