TQUK Level 5 Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (RQF)

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  • £209.00
  • 365 Days
  • Awarded By 'TQUK'
  • 168Guided Learning Hours
  • Course Material
  • 11Number of Modules
  • 290 Hours Total Qualification Time
  • 29 Credits
  • Assessment Included
  • Qualification Number: 601/5234/5
  • Self-study Online
  • Ofqual Regulated Qualification
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Key Features

High quality e-learning study materials.
Tutorials/materials from the industry leading experts.
24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
Benefit of applying TOTUM Discount Card.
Recognised Accredited Qualification.
Excellent customer service and administrative support.
Tutor Profile

Dani Mundy is an internationally-recognised English language trainer who has 21 years of experience in teaching English as a foreign language. This includes 13 years as a teacher trainer. She has trained over 3000 teachers from schools, colleges, and universities spanning over 20 countries. Mundy has been a consultant and trainer since 1998 in global regions such as Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, the UK, and South Korea. She has delivered thousands of webinars, seminars, training sessions, classroom sessions, and workshops as well as worked as a freelance instructor for Penguin Random House. Moreover, Dani has trained over 2500 students on TESOL Courses and taught at private language schools, colleges and universities.

 

She has trained 300 teachers in Jakarta and over 100 teachers in Colombo from 2016 to 2018. Her diverse experience includes delivering workshops to 500 teachers and ETL training to 100 teachers in Pakistan. During lectures, her specialities include materials writing, teaching TEFL Level 5 courses, improving class participation, and demonstrating strong leadership and mentoring skills. She has written a range of courses as a Director of Studies and ensured quality assurance at UK-TEFL from 2009 to 2017. She is currently working as a freelance Materials Writer and Trainer while teaching level 5 courses in TESOL and TEFL.  A few of her notable qualifications include:

  • ELT Qualifications.
  • Trinity TESOL Level 5 (1998).
  • Cambridge DELTA Level 7 (2006).
  • CERT TEB Certificate in Teaching Business English (2000).
  • Cambridge Train the Trainer Certification – Certified Cambridge Trainer.
  • EAP Lecturer Development Certificate – English for Academic – Purposes University of Leicester.
  • Due to start MA TESOL 2022.

Dani has written a lot of course materials, lesson plans and a coursebook which were commissioned by a range of companies.

Awarding Body TQUK (Training Qualifications in the UK) is one of the UK’s most innovative and creative awarding organisations. TQUK offers people from all over the country and the world the opportunity to learn creative and innovative skills. TQUK has over 400 recognised centres worldwide and over 100,000 students from 50+ countries through the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). TQUK employs stringent quality controls to ensure the highest qualifications and customer service standards.
What does it mean to be regulated by Ofqual? Ofqual began its operations in April 2010. It was set up under the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 and is covered by the Education Act 2011. Ofqual stands for “The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation”. It is a non-ministerial government department that legalises qualifications, exams and tests within England. The body was established in an interim form and is operated as a part of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA). Ofqual took over the supervisory functions, which were undertaken by the QCA at one time. Ofqual ensures that qualifications are fair, the standards are secure and public confidence is maintained.
Access Duration The course is directly delivered to the learners and they have access to the online learning portal for 12 months starting from the joining date. Since the course is self – paced they can progressively complete the course and revisit the lessons when required.
Course Highlights
  • Course Highlights   Sector: TEFL/TESOL
  • Total credits: 29
  • Guided Learning Hours: 168
  • Overall Grading Type: Fail/Pass
Who is this qualification for?
  • English language trainers
  • Professors
  • English language enthusiasts
  • Professional trainers and coaches
Prerequisites to take this course
  • Learners should be over 16 years.
  • A basic understanding of English, Maths and ICT would be beneficial.
Method of Assessment
  • In addition to the initial assessment, the trainee teachers are assessed internally through set quality assurance standards.
  • Assessment methods include assignments, case studies, and checklists.
  • You will be assessed through essays, observations, projects, written and oral questions, and reflective learning skills.
  • All learning outcomes must be met to achieve a pass status.
  • There is no grade involved in the assessment.
Certification Once you successfully complete the course, the learners get awarded the highly sought-after ‘TQUK Level 5 Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (RQF)’.
Career Path and progression You can work as a senior teacher or an academic coordinator. As the director of studies at a foreign university, you will lead teams, recruit new teachers, meet diverse clients, and run successful language development workshops. Furthermore, TEFL teacher salaries in the UK can range from £27,000 to £33,000 depending on the institution, with experienced teachers earning more than £35,000.
What’s Next? Your future holds a plethora of exciting teaching, coaching, and travel opportunities that you will not find in any other sector or industry. TEFL teachers travel worldwide to deliver English language classes in different countries/continents.

Course Curriculum

Getting Started
Introduction 00:45:00
Tutor Introduction 00:02:00
Qualification Specification
Awarding Body Registration – TQUK Level 5 Certificate in TEFL
Reflective Journal Log Introduction 00:01:00
Module 1 - Principles of Teaching English as a Foreign Language [R/506/8712]
Unit 1.1 – Principles of Teaching English as a Foreign Language – Part 1 00:33:00
Unit 1.2 – Lecture Notes – Part 1
Unit 1.3 – Principles of Teaching English as a Foreign Language – Part 2 00:30:00
Unit 1.4 – Lecture Notes – Part 2
Module 1 – Assignment Discussion 00:03:00
Assignment
Module 1 – Reflective Journal Log 00:01:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 2 - Understanding English Grammar [D/506/8714]
Unit 2.1 – Understanding English Grammar – Part 1 00:46:00
Unit 2.2 – Understanding English Grammar – Part 2 00:35:00
Unit 2.3 – Understanding English Grammar – Part 3 00:16:00
Unit 2.4 – Lecture Notes
Module 2 – Assignment Discussion 00:05:00
Assignment
Module 2 – Reflective Journal Log 00:02:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 3 - Teaching English Grammar [K/506/8716]
Unit 3.1 – Teaching English Grammar 00:50:00
Unit 3.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 3 – Assignment Discussion 00:03:00
Assignment
Module 3 – Reflective Journal Log 00:01:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 4 - Teaching English Vocabulary [A/506/8719]
Unit 4.1 – Teaching English Vocabulary 02:00:00
Unit 4.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 4 – Assignment Discussion 00:03:00
Assignment
Module 4 – Reflective Journal Log 00:01:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 5 - Teaching Productive Skills: Speaking and Writing [A/506/8722]
Unit 5.1 – Teaching Productive Skills: Speaking and Writing 01:00:00
Unit 5.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 5 – Assignment Discussion 00:04:00
Assignment
Module 5 – Reflective Journal Log 00:01:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 6 - Teaching Receptive Skills: Listening and Reading [F/506/8723]
Unit 6.1 – Teaching Receptive Skills: Listening and Reading 01:00:00
Unit 6.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 6 – Assignment Discussion 00:02:00
Assignment
Module 6 – Reflective Journal Log 00:01:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 7 - Materials and Aids for Teaching English [L/506/8725]
Unit 7.1 – Materials and Aids for Teaching English 01:00:00
Unit 7.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 7 – Assignment Discussion 00:02:00
Assignment
Module 7 – Reflective Journal Log 00:01:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 8 - Teaching Pronunciation of English [R/506/8726]
Unit 8.1 – Teaching Pronunciation of English 01:00:00
Unit 8.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 8 – Assignment Discussion 00:04:00
Assignment
Module 8 – Reflective Journal Log 00:03:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 9 - Lesson Planning for Teaching English as a Foreign Language [D/506/8728]
Unit 9.1 – Lesson Planning for Teaching English as a Foreign Language 02:00:00
Unit 9.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 9 – Assignment Discussion 00:03:00
Assignment
Module 9 – Reflective Journal Log 00:03:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 10 - Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Young Learners [D/506/8731]
Unit 10.1 – Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Young Learners 01:00:00
Unit 10.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 10 – Assignment Discussion 00:02:00
Assignment
Module 10 – Reflective Journal Log 00:01:00
Reflective Journal Log
Module 11 - Using Resources Effectively When Teaching English as a Foreign Language [H/506/8732]
Unit 11.1 – Using Resources Effectively When Teaching English as a Foreign Language 01:00:00
Unit 11.2 – Lecture Notes
Module 11 – Assignment Discussion 00:03:00
Assignment
Module 11 – Reflective Journal Log 00:03:00
Reflective Journal Log
Course Summary
Course Summary 00:01:00
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    5

    I’m enjoying the courses in this specialisation, and I’m aiming to finish each one to earn the final certificate in the teaching for learning specialisation.

  2. Helpful and full of information

    4

    This course really helped me to look at the teaching profession from a different perspective.

  3. Provided extraordinary insights

    5

    Gave me extraordinary insights into how to approach different students.

  4. Gave me so much to learn

    4

    Really liked this course it gave me so much to learn, improve and develop.

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