Trinity CertTESOL

Trinity CertTESOL is the globally recognized accreditation from Trinity College London. Coventry House International has been an accredited Trinity CertTESOL course provider for over 10 years. Today, we offer a 5-week Trinity CertTESOL course in Toronto or anywhere else in the world upon request. Our Trinity CertTESOL course is the same as the Standard TESOL Certificate course recognized by TESL Canada, except that it comes with extra tutorials to help you prepare you for the moderation. Those who enroll to take the Trinity CertTESOL accreditation will have an interview with a Trinity College London moderator who is sent from the UK to check your work throughout the course and certify you. Those interested in pursuing the Trinity CertTESOL accreditation also have to take the 4-hour UFL module. This module is a very valuable component of the Trinity CertTESOL course because trainees get to learn a new language and see first-hand what students experience during the ESL class and how they react to different methods.

Why Add Trinity CertTESOL Accreditation?

Trinity CertTESOL is one of the oldest, most recognized TESOL accreditation in the world. When employers see Trinity CertTESOL on your certificate, you are a step ahead everyone else. They are the only accreditation in the world that moderates each trainee individually and provides extensive feedback to the course provider on every course that is offered. That is one of the many ways that the Trinity CertTESOL accreditation is able to maintain a high level of quality and its global recognition.

How Much Extra Does the Trinity CertTESOL Accreditation Cost?

There is an extra $400 fee for those who take the Trinity CertTESOL course. This fee includes moderation from Trinity College London, extra daily tutorials to help you prepare for the moderation, and the UFL module.

Is the Practicum Included in the Fee?

Yes, the Practicum module is included in the fee and it takes place during the 5-weeks of the course.

TESL Canada

TESL Canada National Certification Standards promote excellence in the teaching and learning of English as a Second Language across Canada by promoting professional certification standards that are recognized in all provinces.

The TESL Canada National Professional Certification Standards benefit educators by helping ensure that:

  • TESL training and ESL teaching experience are recognized as main professional measures of Canadian ESL educators
  • Teaching credentials are recognized not only by province to province but by virtue of their national status, from country to country
  • Credentials are recognized by international students when they compare faculty at post-secondary schools and language institutes across Canada before their arrival in Canada . As a result, programs that hire qualified professionals will attract more students
  • Qualifications are valued appropriately by government and non-government founders when educators request financial support for awards, scholarships and projects

Developed through participation and feedback across the ESL field, these standards address the professional context of Canadian ESL educators. TESL Canada recognizes that Canadian ESL delivery varies widely in structure and specifics and looks forward to the continuing development of these standards through feedback and the appeal process.
TESL Canada national standards will provide a national focus on standards for all ESL educators and encourage high levels of participation in an accreditation system that recognizes and values the diversity of approach to ESL instruction in its many settings. Since their implementation in May 2002, the TESL Canada National Professional Certification Standards are becoming the authoritative base for evaluation and comparison of ESL teacher training in Canada .

The TESL Canada National Professional Certification Standards represent a teacher-driven initiative to create basic, minimum national standards. Some provinces currently have professional certification systems in place. The TESL Canada professional certificate does not replace provincial professional certificates where they exist. Professionals can choose to hold both TESL Canada and provincial organization certificates.