Teacher Training Schools
This TESL training program is recognized by: TESL Canada, the TESL International Society and the Licensing Authority for Teachers of International English.
Our teacher training programs are considered among the finest in Canada. Members of faculty have been selected for their expertise in teacher training and language instruction as well as their outstanding academic qualifications and breadth of teaching experience. Professional training will prepare you to teach, work with and develop curricula which embrace problem-solving, team-oriented strategies, open dialogue, debate and hands-on activities that will allow students real â€“life experiences in Teaching English. You will learn how to teach your students to analyze, edit, synthesize and apply knowledge. At Robinson College, we teach the critical thinking skills necessary to help prepare our students to succeed as Teachers. This enables Robinson College to provide an excellent International TESL (TESOL) Certificate program.
A 320-hour (11-weeks) program will prepare candidates to be effective professional ESL/EFL Teachers. You will be trained to teach at every level of ESL from beginner to TOEIC and TOEFL preparation. You will also learn how to teach various age levels.
The program is professionally designed to develop your teacher training skills needed to teach in the ESL Communicative Classroom.
Robinson College's TESL diploma program fulfills the requirements of most ESL schools. After successful completion of the course, students are awarded the Robinson College Diploma, the TESL Canada Certificate, the LATIE License to teach International English and a KENT STATE University Certificate. Robinson College's Diploma is a hallmark of excellence.
One of the course texts is Douglas Brown's Teaching by Principles:An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy and Principles of Language Learning and Teaching. Students who wish to teach EFL in the Korean public schools system must study from this text in order to pass the Korean EFL teacher certification test.
â– Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) program in adult day school at school boards, Community Colleges, private schools, community groups, private language institutions and government agencies in Ontario, across Canada or abroad.
â– Teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) program in foreign academic institutions, private schools and businesses.
Job placement services for candidates who meet employersâ€™ requirements.