TEFL 190hour course

British  - Level 5  Teacher Training Course

 

ALAP Accreditation


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gaining an accredited Lanka TEFL TEFL/TESOL certificate through ALAP - UK

  • You receive a graded TEFL/TESOL certificate direct from the awarding body
  • You receive a Course Transcript direct from the awarding body showing what you have studied and how many hours.
  • Employers worldwide will know that your course is of a high academic standard.
  • Your accredited TEFL/TESOL certification is moderated and the procedures are checked by an external body.
  • Your course provider and accreditation body are investing in quality and are committed to giving excellent service.
  • Your potential employer can check the authenticity of your certification through the ALAP website.

Contents :

Unit   1 - Teaching Methodologies

Unit   2 - Grammar

Unit   3 - Teaching Grammar

Unit   4 – Teaching Vocabulary

Unit   5 - Teaching receptive skills

Unit   6 - Teaching productive skills

Unit   7 - Lesson planning and Classroom management

Unit   8 - Materials and Aids

Unit   9 - Using Course books effectively

Unit 10 - Teaching Young learners and Teenagers etc.

Award of Certificate:

Grade A

Grade B

Grade C

Pass

Description:

The 190hour TEFL Certificate contains a high quality academic content and is not only respected by employers , but also provides the perfect platform which to begin your English Teaching Career.

The 190hour Certificate in TEFL includes 40hours of  Classroom or online observed and assessed teaching practice.

Eligibility:

This course is open to those with good command of English :

  • O/Level and A/Level passed students

  • University students

  • Good academic background,

  • Usually graduate status,

  • Qualified teacher status

  • Career changers

Course Aims:

For the 190hour TEFL Certificate , the overall aim is to provide a thorough course which includes a balance between theory, methodology and practice of Teaching English as Foreign Language and to thoroughly prepare our trainees for teaching in any overseas environment

Assessment and TEFL Certification:

In order to be awarded the Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, all trainees must commit themselves to meeting the following requirements:

  • Attend all required workshop sessions

  • Complete all assignments required by the trainers

  • Successfully complete a teaching practice program

  • Demonstrate a prescribed level of competence in relation to each of the five components (pedagogy theory, language awareness, teaching skills, cultural awareness and life skills)


At Lanka TEFL, we seek to gain an accurate picture of each trainee's skill levels, achievement levels and progress. In order to realize this objective, we have developed a range of assessment strategies and tools, all of which involve a combination of self-assessment, teacher assessment and peer assessment.

There are six formal assessment activities in which all trainees are required to participate (accompanied by an indication of weighting in relation to certification):

  • Observed and assessed teaching practice with groups of EFL students

  • The Individual Student Teaching Project

  • The final test

  • The personal and professional portfolio

  • The Group Project

  • Attendance 

 

BENEFITS OF TEFL/TESOL COURSE?

  • There are various perks of completing the interesting TESOL course; the following are few of these:

  • You get an internationally recognized teacher training certificate

  • With such a prestigious accreditation you widen your career prospects. You can apply for teacher’s position in private schools, international schools.

  • You can motivate students better in learning English.

  • Yet another benefit of TEFL course is it makes you eligible for jobs in the corporate sector as the corporate trainer or accent trainer.

  • The most fascinating point is TEFL/TESOL gives you the ability and credibility to work overseas

COURSE REFUND SCHEDULE;

If withdrawing before or after the start of the course, All tuition paid less a  Rs. 35,000/ will be refunded as generally and following course refund schedule will apply in all other cases.

 

A refund of tuition can be made for withdrawals or dismissals after class start only.

During the first four weeks you have the rights to get refunds,  After four weeks there is no refund or forgiveness of tuition. The following schedule applies for a Long duration course withdrawal regardless of reason:

 

Long Duration Courses :                                                                         

1st Week 80%                                                                                                                                                              

2nd Week 70%                                                                                                  

3rd Week 65%                                                                                                   

4th Week 30%                                                                                                    

During the first four days of the course  you have the rights to get refunds,  After four days there is no refund or forgiveness of tuition. The following schedule applies for a Short duration course withdrawal regardless of reason:

Short Duration Courses:

1st Day 80%

2nd Day 70%

3rd Day 65%

4th Day 30%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                             

 

 

Dr Paul Rogers MSc, PhD, FCoT, FIFL, FInstLM, FRSA
Member of ALAP Academic Panel

United Kingdom

Alap academic panel

Wayne Trotman

Assistant Professor

PhD

Angela Smith

MA Education

Prof.Dr.Ismail Hakki Mirici

Georgina Ma

Jean Binns

Paul Rogers qualified as a teacher in the early 1970s and taught in the UK state system for a number of years. He then moved overseas and into adult education, dealing with a variety of tertiary education and training institutes such as Universities, Military Training Colleges and Vocational Education training providers, in both the public and private sectors.
He took a UK M.Sc. degree in Applied Linguistics and ESP in the mid 1980s, a US Doctorate in the early 90s and has presented papers on subjects as diverse as teacher training, online learning and modern assessment methodology at various prestigious conferences around the world. In 2007, he was elected a Fellow of the Institute for Learning, the UK’s main regulatory and quality assurance organization for Further Education. He is also a Fellow of the College of Teachers in London and in 2013 was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management.
He has written teacher training programmes for Aston University and has worked closely with both Leeds and Southampton Universities in the UK, as well as the RAND Corporation (Education Division) in the USA, when he was Programme Manager for Initial Teacher Training in the Gulf state of Qatar. He has worked with British Aerospace in Saudi Arabia, the Centre for British Teachers in Oman and Qatar and was Regional Business Manager for EDI (LCCI International Qualifications) in Cyprus and the Middle East. Most recently, he was Managing Director of a private vocational college in Doha: Qatar Skills Academy. He has been an active member of IATEFL, TESOL and TESOL Arabia as well as being a committed Rotarian.
In 2015 Paul was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).
Since the RSA was founded in 1754 for the benefit of the public good, it has been a source of innovation, ideas and inspiration.
More than 260 years later it provides a platform for the world’s leading thinkers. RSA Fellows come from a wide range of backgrounds all united by a desire to build a better society. Distinguished Fellows of the past and present include Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin, Stephen Hawking and Tim Berners-Lee.

Angela is currently the Academic Lead for University of Derby Online, UK. Her responsibilities include authoring online modules in Principles of ELT and also Language Teaching Theory & Practice and developing materials for EAL/EAP/ESP. As Academic Lead for education programmes, and with several years’ experience in successful design, delivery and evaluation of online, blended and fully face to face education courses, Angela brings to ALAP sound knowledge of ESOL teaching and learning pedagogy. She has successfully taught multi lingual groups of students and delivered training in ESOL across all levels from Pre Entry to Level 2, the full Cambridge suite, TOEIC and EAP for Foundation and University students. Angela is currently completing her PhD in E Research & Technology – Enhanced Learning with Lancaster University, adding to her long list of credentials including: MA Education (E Learning), MA Education (TESOL), RSA Dip TESP (PG) Teaching English for Specific Purposes, London Trinity College Dip TESOL, RSA Dip TEFLA, PCHETLS Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching and Learning Support, and BA (Hons) English & Public Media.

Prof.Dr. Ismail Hakki Mirici is the ELP National Contact Person for the Ministry of Education, Turkey in the Council of Europe.  He is a full time academic at Hacettepe University Faculty of Education ELT Department in Ankara, Turkey. He is also the elected Past President of the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI), and the Founder of the WCCI Turkish Chapter. He has been lecturing at Turkish universities for about 30 years. He has about 20 books and 60 articles published. He has participated in the steering committees of several national and international education projects. His main fields of studies are English Language Teaching, and Curriculum and Instruction.

Georgina completed her Masters degree in English Language Teaching at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom and is completing her PhD at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Georgina has more than 17 years international experience in teaching English as a second and foreign language and language teacher training. She is an experienced Education Manager, with a particular interest in Higher Education. She currently resides in Auckland, New Zealand where she works as a Professional Learning Advisor, providing professional support in learning languages to schools and teachers.

Wayne has been involved in language teaching both in the UK and overseas since 1981 when he graduated from Northampton University with a BA (Hons) in Teaching English and Social Studies. Now based on the west coast of Turkey in the city of Izmir, Wayne holds the position of Assistant-Professor, responsible for Teacher-Development at Izmir Katip Çelebi University (IKÇÜ), where he also coordinates Erasmus+ Bilateral Agreements. Previously, he was a university level language instructor at the Izmir Institute of Technology (IYTE) where he coordinated and taught on the EAP writing programme for preparatory year students at undergraduate and post-graduate levels. Since 2001 Wayne has been a regular contributor to widely-read UK ELT journals such as EL Gazette and Modern English Teacher and has had many book reviews and several articles on distance learning published over the years. Wayne has acted as a consultant for Cambridge English Language Assessment since 1991 and examined speaking and writing papers at IELTS level from 1995 to 2005. He is currently an Examination Centre Inspector. In 1996 Wayne completed his MSc in TESOL with Aston University in the UK, which included a dissertation on CALL (computer-assisted language learning). He was recently engaged in a project at IYTE involving action research on conferencing with second-language writers about their work. Upon completion of his thesis in 2010 in this area Wayne received his PhD in ELT and Applied Linguistics from the University of Warwick, UK. He currently supervises a teacher-research group at IKÇÜ.

Jean’s long career in the teaching profession has been widely varied. She has taught in primary, secondary and post-secondary education, teaching a wide variety of subjects including PE, sociology, Religious Education and literature. For six years she served as an English specialist in a remote rural boarding school in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe, and for four years she lectured in English at a College of Primary Education in Botswana. Back in the UK, Jean took on the role of Director of an International Language School, and lectured two modules in a Theological College. From her early days in teaching she has been an innovator, writing one of the first CSE courses in PE, for example. She has also had considerable experience in designing and developing course materials, including co-writing the national Diploma in Primary Education (English) at the University of Botswana and she brings a wealth of experience in examination marking, and assessment, including supervision of PGCE in Adult Education (TESOL) and UK Skills for Life assessments. Jean holds a Masters of Education in TESOL and her latest qualifications vary from a specialist Post Graduate Diploma in Online English Teaching to an NVQ in Culture and Diversity.

 

Lanka TEFL TESOL/TEFL courses are accredited and certified by ALAP (Awarding Language  Acquisition for Professionals). ALAP is an accrediting organisation that specialises in the ELT  industry based in the United Kingdom.

ALAP is supported by an esteemed Academic Panel who are all experts in the field of English Language Teaching.  The ALAP panel oversees matters related to academic quality, ensuring that the value of an ALAP Certificate is upheld.

“The world of education is often marred by questionable certification of academic courses.In order to differentiate between genuine, professional qualifications and those that are produced for commercial gain, it is essential that education companies provide accredited certification. Accreditation is the recognition by an external body that a course and/or training provider has met a certain set of standards and best practice.

Employers can feel secure in the knowledge that the holder of an ALAP Certificate or Diploma has reached a level of achievement that guarantees they will be able to communicate effectively in their job at the level required. Until now, the acquisition of sector specific languages has been largely unregulated and so actual standards of English for communication in international business can be lower than might be expected. Our aim is for our awards to become synonymous with highly trained and effective employees who use English for work purposes.

           BATCH - 43

 

            TEFL 190 Certificate Level 

            ALAP British Level 5 Qualification

            WEEKEND COURSE - SUNDAY - SIX MONTHS

            Course Start on  :  17th May 2021

            Duration : (24 weeks )

            Class Time : 9am - 4pm

            Learning  Method : Face to Face / Classroom or Online / Blended

           Deadline for the registration :  24th April 2021

           Deadline for the payment     :  24th April 2021

           BATCH - 42

 

            TEFL 190 Certificate Level 

            ALAP British Level 5 Qualification

            WEEKEND COURSE - SATURDAY - SIX MONTHS

            Course Start on  :  02nd May 2021

            Duration : (24 weeks )

            Class Time : 9am - 4pm

            Learning  Method : Face to Face / Classroom or Online / Blended

           Deadline for the registration :  24th April 2021

           Deadline for the payment     :  24th April 2021

        BATCH - 44

 

            TEFL 190 Certificate Level 

            ALAP British Level 5 Qualification

            WEEKEND COURSE - SATURDAY/SUNDAY - THREE MONTHS

            Course Start on  :  17th May 2021

            Duration : (12 weeks )

            Class Time : 9am - 4pm

            Learning  Method : Face to Face / Classroom or Online / Blended

           Deadline for the registration :  24th April 2021

           Deadline for the payment     :  24th April 2021

       BATCH - 45

 

            TEFL 190 Certificate Level 

            ALAP British Level 5 Qualification

            WEEKDAY COURSE -RAPID COURSE

        MONDAY - FRIDAY 

         ONE MONTH

            Course Start on  :  01st June 2021

            Duration : (One Month )

            Class Time : 9am - 4pm

            Learning  Method : Face to Face / Classroom or Online / Blended

           Deadline for the registration :  15th May 2021

           Deadline for the payment     :  15th May 2021

  TEFL Course Calendar

Tefl 190HOUR FEE STRUCTURE

FACE TO FACE / CLASSROOM

Weekend

Six Months

The Course Fee: Rs. 168,000/

 

PLAN - A - Rs. 148,000/

One time payment ,you will get Rs.20,000/ discount

PLAN - B -        Rs.168,000/

Down payment-Rs.  48,000/

5 X 24,000/  -   Rs. 120,000/

Rs.24,000/ Monthly for 5 Months

Pay on 25th of each month,unless alternative date chosen at the start

Note:

Rs.5,000/ Non - refundable fee due with application.

Rs.10,000/Each modification of payment plan.

Rs.10,000/ for late registration fee

Rs.2,500/ for each and every declined, missed or late payment

FACE TO FACE / CLASSROOM

Weekday - FAST TRACK

One  Month

The Course Fee: Rs. 168,000/

 

PLAN - A - Rs. 148,000/

One time payment ,you will get Rs.20,000/ discount

PLAN - B -        Rs.168,000/

Down payment-Rs.  48,000/

3 X 40,000/       Rs. 120,000/

Rs.40,000/ three installment weekly.

Pay each installment  on every Friday of the week,unless alternative date chosen at the start

Note:

Rs.5,000/ Non - refundable fee due with application.

Rs.10,000/Each modification of payment plan.

Rs.10,000/ for late registration fee

Rs.2,500/ for each and every declined, missed or late payment

ONLINE  OR BLENDED

Weekend

Six Months

The Course Fee: Rs. 158,000/

 

PLAN - A - Rs. 148,000/

One time payment ,you will get Rs.10,000/ discount

PLAN - B -        Rs.158,000/

Down payment-Rs.  48,000/

5 X 22,000/    - Rs. 110,000/

Rs.22,000/ Monthly for 5 Months.

Pay on 25th of each month,unless alternative date chosen at the start

Note:

Rs.5,000/ Non - refundable fee due with application.

Rs.10,000/Each modification of payment plan.

Rs.10,000/ for late registration fee

Rs.2,500/ for each and every declined, missed or late payment

ONLINE  OR BLENDED

Weekday - FAST TRACK

One  Month

The Course Fee: Rs. 158,000/

 

PLAN - A - Rs. 148,000/

One time payment ,you will get Rs.10,000/ discount

PLAN - B -         Rs.158,000/

Down payment- Rs.  50,000/

3 X 36,000/    -   Rs. 108,000/

Rs.36,000/ three installment weekly.

Pay on each Friday in the week ,unless alternative date chosen at the start

Note:

Rs.5,000/ Non - refundable fee due with application.

Rs.10,000/Each modification of payment plan.

Rs.10,000/ for late registration fee

Rs.2,500/ for each and every declined, missed or late payment

Lanka TEFL Training Institute (Pvt) Ltd.

No: 34A,Nikape Road,

Nedimala,

10350 Dehiwala

Sri Lanka.

Tel       : + 94114282939

Mob    : + 94774796248

Email   : info@teflsrilanka.com

Email :lankateflinstitute@gmail.com

Web  : www.teflsrilanka.com

 

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