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Full-time Trinity accredited TESOL Courses – Dublin
|Start Date||End Date|
|29 Jan 2018||23 Feb 2018|
|8 May 2018||1 Jun 2018|
|13 Aug 2018||7 Sept 2018|
Part-time Trinity accredited TESOL Courses – Dublin
|Start Date||End Date|
|3 Mar 2018||26 May 2018|
|22 Sep 2018||1 Dec 2018|
The cost for both full-time and part-time courses is €1250 which includes your Trinity College London moderation and certification fee.
For anyone from outside Dublin who would like to immerse themselves in this literary city while doing the course, we also offer the following accommodation packages for our full-time courses.
|PACKAGE – (TUITION + 4 WEEKS ACCOMMODATION)||PRICE|
|TESOL + Student Residence (4-bed)||€1,950|
|TESOL + Host Family (Twin)||€1,970|
|TESOL + Host Family (Single)||€2,090|
|TESOL + Houseshare (Twin)||€2,050|
|TESOL + Houseshare (Single)||€2,230|
These sound tougher than they are. But want you to be successful in the course and in your career as teachers.
You must be at least eighteen at the start of the course. There’s no upper-age limit.
You must have educational qualifications that would permit entry into higher education. You do not need to have a degree to do the course, although many schools make that a job requirement. This means showing you have the skills appropriate for initial undergraduate study, and to follow the course and complete all assessed elements successfully.
You must be able to demonstrate a sufficient level of competence in English across all the skills (this means presenting a certificate from any public exam with your application). You must also be able to demonstrate this competence in reading, writing, listening and speaking. during the application process. If you’re a non-native speaker of English, an IELTS score of 7.0 (or recognised equivalent) is essential, although this is only a partial benchmark.
Simply contact us and we’ll get back to you with further information and invite you to attend an interview / induction.
This is face-to-face, normally with one of our course directors. They will discuss the nature of the course, its components, modes of assessment, intensity and the key challenges. If you can’t make it to Dublin easily, then we can interview you by Skype, but we would prefer to meet you in person.
Once selected for the course, apart from congratulating you, we’ll send you a pre-course task. This fascinating exercise is designed to start the process of reflection, information gathering and discovery which will be continued on the course. We’ll send you a short reading list and other details about the school and the facilities available to you.
Assessment is based on teaching practice and written assignments, together with a take-home exam towards the end of the course. Every part of the course must be submitted successfully passed before you can qualify.