Trinity College London Diploma in TESOL


The Trinity College London Diploma in TESOL, an industry standard TESOL qualification, is recognised globally and fully accredited by the British Council.

The Language Institute Edinburgh is one of Europe’s longest established providers of the Diploma with more than 30 years of experience providing TESOL teacher training courses.

Our online Moodle course gives you lots of flexibility and allows you to gain this invaluable upgrade to your existing TEFL / TESOL certificate without having to give up your current job.

Our team take great pride in the level of support we are able to give our trainees so you can be certain you will get the best opportunity to pass the course and progress in your career

WHY DO THE TRINITY DIPTESOL?

Recognised globally by employers and is on a par with the Cambridge DELTA
Leads to Director of Studies, Teacher Trainer and University tutor jobs
Equivalent to a UK Masters degree (Level 7)

COURSE FORMAT

Our Trinity Diploma in TESOL course is delivered by the Moodle online learning portal. An internet enabled PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone can be used to complete the modules.

Candidates are required to work through 60 weekly modules and complete a series of assignments. Each module has a recommended reading list and forum in which candidates can post questions to course tutors. Candidates can also ask questions or get in touch with tutors via email or Skype.

After completing the 60 weekly modules candidates will attend a 2 week residential component in Edinburgh where the final exam will be undertaken (see below for assessment details).

ASSESSMENT

All candidates will be required to complete 4 units in order to be awarded the DipTESOL.

Unit 1 – Written Exam
The 3 hour exam covers Language, Learning and Teaching and Professional development. This exam is externally assessed by Trinity College London and is done during the residential component.

Unit 2 – Coursework Portfolio
The portfolio is comprised of an Observation Instrument, Self-Developmental Record and Independent Research Project. Normally done during the 60 week module stage of the course, this unit is internally assessed by course tutors.

Unit 3 – Interview
Candidates are required to talk on a prepared topic with the examiner and discuss further topics of theory and practice. Additionally, a phonemic transcription must be done during the interview. The interview is carried out during the residential component and is externally assessed by Trinity College London

Unit 4 – Teaching Practice
5 observed lessons are carried out during the residential component. The 5th lesson is observed and assessed by Trinity College London.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

All candidates must be an English teacher with at least 2 years full time teaching experience and a degree.

COURSE DATES

We normally have 3 start dates per year for the Trinity DipTESOL. Please see below for upcoming entry slots.

Start date Finish Date
1st Monday in March 2024 June 2025*
1st Monday in June 2024 September 2025*
1st Monday in September 2024 November 2025*
*Residential component dates will be published and given to candidates 20 weeks in advance

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

All candidates must be interviewed by the course Director before being offered a place on the course. After a successful interview you will be given a registration number to use on our online registration page. To arrange a telephone or Skype interview please contact us

Course Information

Study from home
Regular feedback and support
Competitive pricing
Access course from multiple devices

Prices 2024

£2100
or
£2400 if paid in 3 instalments
(Exam fee is £500 extra)

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