Licensing Opportunity

Certificate IV in TESOL (10773NAT)

Licensing Opportunity

11121NAT - Certificate IV in Teaching English to Young Learners (TESOL)

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ITC would like to offer RTOs the opportunity to purchase the license to Certificate IV in Teaching English to Young Learners (TESOL) (11121NAT) to add to your scope of registration.

The license enables an RTO to deliver the qualification for the life of the program with no restriction or conditions other than those imposed by ASQA. Licensees receive any modification or updates and have the option to repurchase a license when it is renewed.

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Program Outline

Licencing Options

Licencing Options

“International TESOL College is revolutionising English Language Teacher Training within the Vocational Education Sector.”

Option 1

Licence, Course document + full suite of trialed and tested editable resources, including:

  • Training and Assessment Strategy template

  • Student manual

  • Activity booklet + marking guide

  • Assessment matrix for compliance

  • All forms and documents for the practical teaching component

  • Assistance to add course to the scope of registration + attendance at desk audit if required.

  • Qualified trainer to help you get started.

Option 2

All of Option 1

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Access to the online courses provided by Green Education Group OH2 software (including training)

Program Outline

The Certificate IV in Teaching English to Young Learners (TESOL) course is designed to produce teachers of English as a Second Language (ESL), English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D), specialising in teaching young learners.

It will provide participants with a range of knowledge and skills to perform a variety of functions associated with teaching English to a diverse group of young learners who are not native speakers of English.

Graduates will develop skills in classroom management, lesson planning and resource development, together with skills and knowledge to assist young learners to improve grammar, pronunciation, reading, writing, speaking and listening ability.

They will also develop knowledge and understanding of cultural issues likely to be encountered in the ESL classroom, as well as knowledge of regulations applicable to young learners.

Core units

Elective units - choose one

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