Broaden your knowledge of teaching methodology and English language teaching techniques, while also extending your own English skills. We welcome applications from those working in primary, secondary, tertiary and higher education.
The course is designed to enhance your confidence in teaching in English, and encourage you to try out new approaches. You'll benefit from expert guidance and feedback throughout.
We'll explore a range of different teaching methodologies and approaches, and think about how these can best be applied to students' own professional roles. You’ll examine new approaches in a hands-on style, including flipped classrooms, effective use of technology and blended learning.
To provide you with practical hands on teaching, you’ll participate in micro and peer teaching practice and feedback, observations and presentations. You’ll be expected to discuss your work and will receive feedback in a supportive environment.
You'll study for 22 hours a week, with a mixture of training sessions, class observations and visits to educational establishments. You’ll also attend interactive workshops and seminars and have access to an online classroom.
During the course you’ll have the opportunity to build up a portfolio of all the training sessions and online materials to use when you return home.
As you develop your language skills during the course, there may be some additional classroom-based language development sessions. These will help extend your skills in contemporary vocabulary and grammar, pronunciation, fluency and receptive skills to build up your confidence in communicating and teaching in English.
You’ll also have the opportunity to practice your English skills on our social programme, which includes weekly day trips to popular cultural attractions.
Our Teacher Training and Development course runs full-time, with 22 hours of study a week.
The course content includes:
As part of the course, we offer one full-day excursion and one half-day visit every week. It's a great opportunity to mix with other students explore parts of the UK.
Full-day trips may include:
Half-day visits may include:
We welcome individual and group bookings.
For group bookings develop a course that suits your particular groups needs or interests, for a minimum of two weeks or longer.
The course fee will be confirmed later in the year, but includes:
The course fee does not include meals but you’ll have use of a fully equipped kitchen in your accommodation. There are also cafes on campus, and plenty of restaurants nearby.
Our Language Centre is here to support your academic success.
We offer a wide range of English courses, including academic and general English, summer programmes and bespoke courses, as well as in-sessional English language support. There's also the chance to learn an additional language with our Anglia Language Programme – open to all ARU students and staff.
You'll find a friendly, supportive teaching environment here with highly experienced and qualified teaching staff who are dedicated to helping you pursue your ambitions.
To apply for this course you will need to complete the application form and email this to email@example.com.
If you are applying using Erasmus + funding please contact us for further information.
Once we have received your application form you will be sent an offer letter by email. You will need to return the acceptance slip included in the offer letter and pay for the Teacher Training and Development course fee in full.
Before the start of your course, we will send you a pre-arrival guide with information to help you prepare for visiting the UK and how to arrange your free airport pick-up.
Please note we will not be able to confirm your place and book your accommodation on the Teacher Training and Development course, until we have received the acceptance slip from you offer letter and received full payment.
This course is open to English language teachers and trainee teachers. Your English should be at intermediate level or above. To join this course (if you are applying as an international student) you may need to apply for a Short Term Visitor visa.