Access Course is a 60-hour theoretical course aimed at those working
in the English teaching field who wish to obtain an initial certification.
The primary objective is to give teachers an overview of the world of teaching English as well as the basis to carry out a structured and consistent work in your classroom. This training service is available both face-to-face and online.
Upon successful completion of all three 20-hour modules, participants will have studied the following topics:
The course is aimed at those who have already begun in teaching English and wish to reaffirm their knowledge of procedures and the most common terminology in the teaching-learning process.To be eligible you must have:
At the end of the program, participants will be able to structure classes with both general and specific appropriate objectives, and to develop language skills as well as present grammatical topics with simplicity and effectiveness.
Access Course is a program that lays the foundation for a process of continuous improvement and opens the doors to further professional development.
Participants are evaluated on their attendance, participation and quality of the work from each session. They obtain a partial certificate for each module, which describes the objectives achieved.Successfully completion of the course entitles the candidate to the global Access Course certificate.
Macmillan Practice Online is a tool to familiarize candidates with the structure and types of exercises found in the listening and reading comprehension sections of the RedNova Consultants DTES.
This helps aspiring candidates to define the ideal strategies to employ during the test.
Minimum system requirements to use Macmillan Practice Online
Buy DTES Practice Pack (Only applies for exams that take place at the Macmillan Corporate offices).
Macmillan Practice Online is accessed at: www.macmillanpracticeonline.com
The Language Development is a 5-level course for Language
Development corresponding to levels A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 of the
with a total of 13 modules with 90 hours of study each.
It is delivered as a blended course, comprising both classroom instruction and activities hosted in a virtual learning environment.
Each module comprises 30 hours of classroom instruction in which participants develop and practice speaking skills. Additionally there are 60 hours of guided self-study in a virtual learning environment where students develop their receptive skills.
These two components are complemented by a third didactic element focused on written production. In this component, students complete five guided activities to develop their writing skills.
The virtual learning environment has more than 5,000 interactive activities for language development.
At the beginning of the course, students receive a license to access the VLE, in addition to an induction course on its use.
Although activities on the platform offer automatic feedback, a tutor monitors and guides the progress of each student to reach the goals set for the module.
Participants receive a certificate at the end of each module, indicating the level of achievement based on CEFR guidelines and specifies the developed language skills.