DELTA Modules Online
Online DELTA modules taken from the comfort of your home. No need to travel to the training centre.
Taking the DELTA Modules fully online
Taking DELTA Modules 100% Online
The course has the same content as the face-to-face DELTA course. The main difference is that classes will be live-streamed through a video-sharing platform. There is self-directed study via a learning platform, and you are assessed and moderated by a certified DELTA Assessor.
How will the online DELTA modules and teaching practice be organised?
Each school has different timetables depending on the format of the course. There are intensive and part-time DELTA module options. Have a look at the calendar of DELTA Module start dates.
Cambridge DELTA Modules Online: Course Providers Dates, Formats and Fees
What is the DELTA Course?
The University of Cambridge English Language Assessment DELTA (Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is the world’s most highly-regarded diploma-level teacher training course for experienced English teachers.
The aim of the DELTA is to build on and deepen your pre-existing English teaching knowledge, making you a more well-rounded teacher, and furthering your career prospects. The DELTA has three, separate yet interlinking Modules, outlined briefly below.
You can take these modules separately, all together, and in any order – however, you will need all three to be DELTA qualified.
DELTA Module 1 Online
A written exam held twice a year focused on extending and developing candidates’ knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning English in a range of contexts. You will need to attend a Cambridge examination centre to take the exam, which is held every June and December. This could be your online course’s accredited centre, or another centre closer to you. Once you apply for an online DELTA course, your DELTA admissions officer and tutor can help you decide on an examination centre that is convenient for you.
Please note that for DELTA Module 1, you will need to attend a Cambridge examination centre to take the exam. The exam is held every June and December. This could be your online course’s accredited centre, or another centre closer to you. Once you apply for a DELTA course, your DELTA tutor can help you decide on an examination centre that is good for you.
DELTA Module 2 Online
A course focused on developing awareness and expertise in the principles and professional practice of teaching English in a range of contexts. Assessed through coursework and teaching practice.
DELTA Module 3 Online
An extended, written assignment with two submission dates annually. You can submit the assignment to Cambridge via online. This module has two streams:
- Extending Practice and ELT Specialism: This stream focuses on needs analysis, syllabus design, course planning and assessment.
- English Language Teaching Management: This stream is based around situation analysis, planning and implementing change.
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.
You do not have to attend the accredited centre to take an online DELTA course; you can take it from anywhere in the world.
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.
The DELTA 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 that 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. If they 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.