Train the Trainer

Promoting Growth and Professionalism

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Train the Trainer is a face–to–face and/or online course for experienced teachers.
Participants develop the knowledge and skills they need to train English language teachers working in primary and secondary schools. They learn how to run training sessions, observe teaching and give feedback.
Teachers who successfully complete the Train the Trainer course are qualified to train teachers on the CELT-P and CELT-S courses.

 

Cambridge Lead Trainers

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Dr Paschalis Chliaras FHEA

Head of ALS House (Cambridge - GR091) and Lead Trainer

Alexandra Green

Cambridge Assessment Team Leader and ALS House (Cambridge-GR091) Lead Trainer

 

With Train the Trainer, teachers show that they:

  • have developed skills for designing and delivering teacher training sessions and courses

  • have deepened their understanding of key issues in planning and delivering training courses

  • have developed an understanding of good practice in observing and giving feedback to course participants

  • have identified strategies for their further development as a trainer.

Academic Requirements

Cambridge Train the Trainer is a course for experienced teachers with

  • CEFR C1 and above and

  • Minimum 5 years ELT experience with a range of levels and course types


OPTIONAL but important​

  • a graduate degree in English and/or Linguistics

 

Testimonials

 

Iskra Stamenkoska

Train the Trainer was a great learning experience. With the variety of input methods from the helpful and supportive trainers, the course has given me solid foundation to work as a trainer. But I feel that it was the output that was the most enriching part, with the stimulating discussions and the various practical tasks. The course is a wonderful opportunity to build networks and professional connections. A true formative experience!

December course 2020

Saturday  19  4 hours       (9am-1pm)
Sunday  20  4 hours     (9am-1pm)
Monday 21  4 hours   (9am-1pm)
Tuesday  22  4 hours   (9am-1pm)
Wednesday  23  4 hours   (9am-1pm)
Monday  28  5 hours   (9am-2pm)
Tuesday  29  5 hours    (9am-2pm)

 

Syllabus

There are six Train the Trainer modules. All six modules have a practical focus.

Module 1:  The training class

Outcome by the end of the course

Participants will understand key issues in trainer development.

Group Discussion

Module 2: Analysing and designing training sessions

Outcome by the end of the course

Participants will have developed skills to plan effective teacher training sessions.

College Students in Classroom

Module 3: Delivering training sessions

Outcome by the end of the course

Participants will have developed the skills to deliver effective teacher training sessions.

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Module 4: Observing teachers

Outcome by the end of the course

Participants will have developed an understanding of good practice in observing teachers.

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Module 5: Managing feedback

Outcome by the end of the course

Participants will be able to give supportive feedback to teachers and prioritise key strengths and areas for development.

Support Groups

Module 6: Course planning and trainer development

Outcome by the end of the course

Participants will be able to design courses and an action plan for their further development as a trainer.

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Contact us

GREECE  (Applied Language Studies House) 

Headquarters: 31 Kefallinias St, 18345, Athens   

tel. +302104821351 

Email: info@als-edu.com   

URL: https://www.als-edu.com

Branch: 53 Vasileos Irakleiou Street and Karolou Ntel, Thessaloniki, 54623   

tel. +302314437700

Email: m.chioteli@als-edu.com

UK (Applied Language Studies House Ltd )

1  Victoria Square, B1 1BD, Birmingham, West Midlands

Tel​.:+44(0)1216160258 (Tuesdays 9am-1pm) OR +44(0)7552119512 

Email: s.tempra@als-edu.co.uk 

URL: https://www.als-edu.co.uk 

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