DELTA Module 3
You can take the DELTA Module 3 course either online or face-to-face. For the online course, there is no need to travel to the training centre as the course can be taken from the comfort of your home.
Taking the DELTA Module 3
DELTA Module 3 Course Dates & Fees:
The course is offered on Demand and dates to be agreed with the tutor.
Plus £86 GBP Cambridge Fee.
|On Demand DELTA Module 3 (Online)||1950.00 PLN (zł)||Apply Now|
Cambridge (University Hospital), UK
Start any given Monday.
+ Cambridge Fees: Module 3 £89
+ Centre fee: £35
|On Demand DELTA Module 3 (Online)||595.00 GBP (£)||Apply Now|
|04-Sep-2023 – 24-Nov-2023 DELTA Module 3 (Online)||535.00 GBP (£)||Apply Now|
Start whenever you are ready to start!
Online via Moodle (Self-Study via Moodle + 3 consultations)
20 self-moderated online tasks, 3 hours of consultation, Extended Assignment (4,000-4,500 words).
Consultations to be booked in advance.
All fees included except Cambridge exam fee
DELTA Module 3 (Online)
– ON DEMAND COURSE
|300.00 EUR (€)||Apply Now|
London (British Museum, Zone 1) UK
14 weeks course.
6:30pm – 9:30 pm.
N.B. 2023 Submission deadlines for DELTA Module 3 are 31st May and 29th November. Registration fee: £85
Time zone: London, UK (GMT +1).
Registration fee is not included.
|22-Aug-2023 – 29-Nov-2023 DELTA Module 3 (Online)||390.00 GBP (£)||Apply Now|
Mexico City, Mexico
12-week part-time course.
Schedule: Asynchronous Online: 12 weeks (at your own pace) with on demand tutorials and consultation.
Plus Cambridge assignment submission fee of $210 USD.
|04-Sep-2023 – 26-Nov-2023 DELTA Module 3 (Online)||480.00 USD ($)||Apply Now|
Oxford (Summertown), UK
Thursday 17:30 to 19:00
20 hours (including tutorials)
Plus Delta Module 3 Cambridge fee of £89
|07-Sep-2023 – 11-Dec-2023 DELTA Module 3 (Online)||411.00 GBP (£)||Apply Now|
The third module of the DELTA course is assessed by a long-form, written assignment. Candidates on this module can choose to focus on one of two specialist streams; option one, which focuses on needs analysis, syllabus design, course planning and assessment; or option two, which looks at situation analysis, planning and implementing change. Detailed descriptions of these two options are included below.
The online DELTA module 3 course can be studied by distance, from wherever you are based in the world. The aim of the course is to assist you in planning and writing the final assignment, which you can then submit electronically.
What is the DELTA Course?
DELTA Module 3 Option 1: Extending Practice and ELT Specialism
This module focuses on needs analysis, syllabus design, course planning and assessment.
You will carry out an independent investigation, leading to the design of a course programme related to one of the following specialisms:
- Business English
- Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) / Embedded ESOL
- English for Academic Purposes
- English for Specific Purposes
- ESOL learners with literacy needs
- Language development for teachers
- Language support (e.g. on mainstream teaching programmes, specialist skills support)
- Teaching English to learners with special requirements, e.g. visual/hearing impairment, dyslexia, autistic spectrum disorders (ASD)
- Teaching examination classes
- Teaching in a non-English-speaking environment
- Teaching in an English-speaking environment
- Teaching learners online, or through distance/blended learning
- Teaching monolingual classes
- Teaching multilingual classes
- Teaching one-to-one
- Teaching young learners or young adults (specified age group required, within a 5-year range e.g. 8–13, 14–19).
DELTA Module 3 Option 2: English Language Teaching Management
This module focuses on situation analysis, planning and implementing change.
You will carry out an Independent Situation Analysis, leading to the design of a change proposal in one of the following specialisms:
- Academic management
- Human resource management
- Customer service
To successfully complete this module, you will need to have access to management data from a relevant language teaching context.
How to Choose an Accredited DELTA Module 3 Centre
While a DELTA Module 2 Online course is 100% online, your DELTA tutor and the centre accredited to run the course are in a specific, physical location. You should choose which accredited centre to take the course through based on several factors, such as time zones, dates, the intensity of each course, and its structure.
As Module 3 is in preparation for a final, written assignment, there is no need for you to travel anywhere to take the course. The final assignment can be submitted electronically.
You do not have to attend the accredited centre to take an online DELTA course; it can be taken by distance from anywhere in the world.
DELTA Accredited Centres
While the courses listed on StudyCELTA are fully online, your DELTA tutor and the accredited centre for running the course are in a specific location. You should choose the centre that will run your course based on time zones, dates, and the intensity of each course.
DELTA Online or Face-to-face, the recognition is the same
The requirements are the same as taking a DELTA module in another format.
However, with the course being completely online, it is a requirement if you have the following:
a) A working laptop or desktop computer with a microphone and speakers
b) A secure internet connection
c) A designated and comfortable working space at home
How do I apply for the DELTA?
- Access the online application form
- Select ‘DELTA online’ and your module in the course type drop down
- Choose the accredited centre
- Select your desired course dates
- Fill out your basic information and submit the form
- Finally, one of our DELTA admissions officers will be in touch with the application documents for you to fill out
Alternatively, you can contact us and let us know which module, course date and accredited centre you’re interested in, and a DELTA admissions officer will be in touch with the application documents.
Minimum Entry Requirements for the DELTA Modules
The DELTA Course is intended for experienced teachers. Meaning teachers who wish to extend their professional experience and accept new responsibilities. The DELTA does not only demonstrates a commitment to the profession but also proof of ability.
It is open to people from all language backgrounds. All participants must have native speaker proficiency, written and spoken, that enables them to follow the course and complete all assessed and non-assessed elements successfully.
Ideally, applicants should:
- have at least one years’ full time (1,200 hours) experience of teaching English to a variety of levels within the past five years.
- be able to prove a range of teaching experience in different contexts and at different levels.
- be a graduate and have an initial teaching qualification (i.e. CELTA, Trinity Cert TESOL or equivalent)
- have a standard of English which will enable you to teach at a range of levels (native-speaker proficiency, such as C2, CPE or IELTS 8+)
We may still accept applicants if they do not strictly meet these requirements but can demonstrate that they would be likely to complete the course successfully. If you’re unsure about your eligibility, get in contact with one of our DELTA experts or take our DELTA eligibility test to get more information.