(Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
Enrol before the 15th of June 2017 (extension granted by AQF):
Enquiring about the Certificate IV in TESOL? We feel it’s only fair that you should be aware of significant government changes happening in June 2017 that will affect you.
So what changes will take place?
You will be required to study an extra 380 hours as per a volume of learning requirement from the Australian Government (ASQA).
This will mean an increase in course fees to reflect the extra cost of delivering a longer course.
These requirements affect all schools currently offering the Cert IV in TESOL 40649SA.
Once these changes take effect, you will be subject to triple the study load and an increase in cost for the same level qualification!
How do you avoid this?
The only way to avoid this is to start the Cert IV in TESOL 40649SA now before the changes take place on the 15th of June 2017.
If I enrol now will that mean I only have until 15th of June 2017 to finish my course?
No, anyone who has enrolled and started the Cert IV in TESOL 40649SA before the changes, will have until Dec 31, 2018 to complete their course.
Does this mean the current course won’t be recognised anymore and/or I have to upgrade later?
No, both the current version and the new one will be the same level qualification.
Unlike some qualifications, older versions of the Cert IV in TESOL have always remained valid.
Teach English as a Second Language (ESL) in accredited and non-accredited Australian ELICOS schools or institutions, while having the freedom to teach ESL internationally and online.
The Certificate IV in TESOL is a nationally accredited qualification that meets all (NEAS/ASQA) standards for teaching ESL in Australia and is recognised and accepted globally. With a strong focus on integrating theoretical learning and practical experience (compulsory 6 hr teaching practicum provided) the Certificate IV in TESOL 40649SA is designed for those seeking a career in the TESOL profession.
Delivered in conjunction with Global Training Services (RTO 31884) Nationally registered RTO.
Nominal Study Hours: 220 hours
Teaching Practicum: 6 Hours
|Unit 1 (AABBM): Plan an integrated lesson using communicative language teaching methodology.|
|Unit 2 (AABBK): Design and develop an ESL learning framework.|
|Unit 3 (AABBG): Demonstrate understanding of the basic terminology of traditional grammar.|
|Unit 4 (AABBL): Identify and use basic grammatical concepts and traditional metalanguage.|
|Unit 5 (AABBH): Design and deliver an ESL teaching program.|
|Complementary Electives (included): Electives (3) that will help you excel in any classroom situation.|
How is the Certificate IV in TESOL completed?
You will be assigned your own fully qualified, experienced TESOL trainer to give you specific one on one training sessions, facilitate your teaching practicum sessions and give you support (via Skype 10am – 10pm).
As you begin each of the 5 Units, your trainer will arrange a Skype session to explain, demonstrate and give you training on how to complete each of the Unit tasks. You have the option to email in each task to be checked or the completed Unit for marking. There is no cut off point for marking, we are here to help you achieve your academic goals.
No need to attend any in-class sessions, this course can be fully completed online. However, if you would like to attend an in-class session in your city, you can at no extra charge.
|University Degree Teaching Options||Additional Non-Degree Teaching Options|
NEAS listing: http://www.neas.org.au/tesol-qualifications/
RPL Certificate IV in TESOL (Recognition of Prior Learning):
Take advantage of the opportunity to reduce your course workload and costs with our fast-track option via RPL.
What is RPL?
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), formally acknowledges as equivalency a person’s relevant experience and education that counts towards partial or full units of competency within this nationally recognised qualification.
Who can RPL?
- Anyone who has completed a similar or related qualification i.e. Teaching/Training/Education/TESOL qualification
- Anyone who has had industry experience teaching English as a Second Language either overseas and/or in Australia
How does it benefit me?
- Your existing skills and knowledge can count towards the study and assignment work
- You only need to do units/modules which are new and challenging
- Your course costs will be reduced
- You can use your time more effectively
- You will finish your course sooner
- You may be able to RPL your teaching experience towards the 6 hrs teaching practicum
What evidence do I need to provide?
- Qualifications and Academic Transcripts
- Evidence of teaching experience such as letter of reference/teaching schedule/contract copy
How to get started?
Email: email@example.com your Resume for a Free RPL assessment and receive confirmation of RPL within 24 hrs at no cost or obligation.
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