Delta Modules Wroclaw
About Delta Module Courses in Wroclaw
Delta, the Cambridge Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults, is one of the world's foremost qualifications for experienced TEFL professionals.
This comprehensive training programme is ideal for those wishing to acquire new insights and a deeper understanding of English Language Teaching.
Advanced training includes teaching practice, lesson observations and supervised teaching assignments. Delta offers a well-proven fast track to professional recognition and can open up new careers in teacher training, school management, TESOL publishing and many others.
Our trainers are highly-qualified and experienced teaching professionals. They not only provide in-course training sessions of the highest quality, but also offer our trainees ongoing support and advice, to help ensure they benefit fully from their course.
Gain the skills, confidence and qualification to develop your professional teaching career: The Training Centre in Wroclaw has built an international reputation for the high quality of its training courses, and the benefits of studying for your Delta with us include excellent trainers, on-site Teaching Practice, excellent resources and other facilities.
On successfully achieving a Pass in all three modules you can order an overall Diploma conferring your full Delta status.
Delta course content in Wroclaw
We offer a part time online module 1 preparation course in Wroclaw twice a year.
There's a spring course which prepares candidates for the June examination, and an autumn course which leads up to the exam in December. The course lasts 12 weeks.
Alternatively, if you do our Module 2 face-to-face intensive course, this also includes optional preparation for the Module 1 exam.
In the online course, you'll be given access to an e-learning platform, which you'll use to communicate regularly with other course participants and course tutor(s).
The course consists of nine units. Each unit contains:
- study material for a specific topic area
- one or two study tasks on the topic
- an exam practice task
There are also two mock exams. There is no practical element in this module so your teaching will not be assessed.
The Delta Module 2 is based around five assignments. One of the assignments focuses on your professional development and gives you the opportunity to experiment with new techniques and approaches in a structured manner. For each of the the other four assignments, you need to research and write an essay on a particular area of language systems or skills, then prepare and teach a lesson on that area.
Module 2 therefore requires attendance at a course run by an approved Delta centre so that your teaching can be supported and assessed. Your professional development assignment and three of your systems / skills assignments are internally assessed by your course tutors. Your final systems / skills assignment is assessed by an external assessor from Cambridge English.
The course is flexibly designed so as to be suitable both for candidates wishing to take Modules One and Two and for those wishing to focus on Module Two only.
A typical course day will include three hours of input sessions and two hours in the classroom, where you will either teach or observe your peers at work. In addition to this, there are regular feedback meetings and one-to-one tutorials with course tutors.
Module 3 offers two options. These options are:
Option 1 – ELT specialism
You will select your own specialist subject and then produce an assignment about needs analysis, syllabus design, course planning and assessment for a real group of learners in the context of your selected specialism. Possible specialisms include teaching younger learners, business English, one-to-one, ESP, EAP, and many others.
Option 2 – ELT management
This module focuses on situation analysis and planning, and implementing change in the context of a selected management specialism.
Both options require you to produce an extended written assignment of 4,000–4,500 words, which is submitted to Cambridge for assessment. Module 3 assignments can be submitted twice a year, in June and December.
Trainees on the module 3 course will be assigned to a tutor with specialist knowledge in your chosen area, with whom you will communicate online. Your tutor's role will be to guide you in making decisions and provide you with informed feedback on the various parts of your assignment.
Delta eligibility criteria in Wroclaw
All applicants for the Delta course in Wroclaw must have:
- At least two years' full time teaching English to adults (approximately 1,200 hours) within the last 5 years, involving work in different contexts to a variety of levels
- Candidates are usually university graduates or qualified teachers and have a Cambridge ESOL CELTA or equivalent.
- Applicants must have a highly developed awareness of language and sufficient competence in English, both written and spoken, to enable them to follow the course and complete all assessed elements.
If you're unsure about your eligibility, contact one of our Delta experts who will assess you profile and let you know if you're eligible.
Find a TEFL Job Post Delta
As a StudyCELTA trainee, you will be able to sign up for free to our TEFL jobs website www.teflwork.com. TEFLwork is a platform only for qualified English teachers and will allow you to find work both at home and abroad with your newly gained Delta diploma.
How to Apply for Delta in Wroclaw
If you'd like to apply for a Delta course in Wroclaw, just fill out the initial application. One of our admissions officers will be in touch with you with the full application to fill out. You may be asked to provide details on your experience, a copy of your highest TEFL qualification, and references.
Once we receive the full application, we will pass it onto our Delta tutors in Wroclaw to assess. They will then contact you to organise the interview.