Train the Trainer Course
No final exam is given. The course assessment is on a continuous basis and is handled through practical hands-on tasks during the course.
Cambridge Assessment awards the certificate upon reviewing the candidate’s work and centre recommendation
Yes, it does. The course content and input will give participants generic skills needed by teacher trainers and help them learn to design training sessions for a variety of contexts and needs.
Although this course does not qualify its participants to become CELTA trainers for which there is a lengthier and more complex induction programme, this course can be one of the first steps towards this goal. CELTA tutors are expected to have considerable experience as trainers, so this course is a great stepping stone to that end.
It is possible, but only if you have a solid theoretical background in teaching methodology through your BA and/or MA studies which must be relevant and have followed an equivalent practical teaching course of a minimum of 120 hours which involved being observed by tutors and a lot of peer observing of tutors and fellow trainees.