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CELTA and Delta Course

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Join our DELTA Course!

All classes are held in authorized Cambridge English Language Assessment Center (UA007)

Course length — 120 hours
(Teaching Practice + Everyday Inputs)

Study materials for free!

The lowest price in Europe — only $ 1299!

If you find a cheaper course, we will give you 10% discount!

Course dates 2017: September 2 — November 3
Delta Module 2 part-time
9 weeks
includes 200 learning hours
(100 tutor-facilitated hours and 100 independent learning hours)

Inputs: on Saturdays at


lunch 13:00–14:00


Teaching practice and tutorials: at your regular school

Full course fee:

$ 1600 (€ 1499, £ 1299, 44999* UAH)

Early registration fee (before 31.10.2017):
$ 1299 (€ 1099, £ 999, 30999* UAH)

*£ 128 fee is applicable for all Ukrainian residents paying for the course in UAH


Delta Module One Distance Preparation Course
includes 8 units
that cover all tasks in
Papers 1 and 2
The course is divided into three main parts:
1. Self-study theoretical component (reading, quizzes, course materials covering all aspects of Delta Module one Syllabus)
2. Practical component (Practice tasks, mock exams and regular feedback from your course tutor)
3. 4 hours of tutorials in person or via skype (to address your individual needs)

Full course fee:

$ 599 (€ 549, 13999 UAH)!


Delta Module 3
We provide ongoing support with Module Three all year round beyond the sessions provided on the course. Please contact us at delta@grade.ua for additional information

Submission of Entry Form – 9 May 2017 / 7 November 2017

Electronic Submission of Assignment – 11 June 2017 / 10 December 2017

Paper Statements of Results – 4 August 2017 / 9 February 2017

Certificate — 11 August 2017 / 16 February 2018

Course Tutors:
Main Course Tutor Jamie Patrick King (CELTA, Delta),
Assistant Course Tutor Svitlana Bulkina (CELTA, Delta)

Exam fee 5000 UAH


DELTA Module 1

Exam date — 7 June 2017 / 6 December 2017

Deadline — 9 May 2017 / 7 November 2017

Certificate dispatch date — 14 August 2017 / 19 February 2018

Exam fee 5500 UAH


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Delta (Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is one of the best-known and most popular advanced TEFL/TESOL qualifications in the world. It is a flexible way for experienced English language teachers to progress further in their careers. Delta can be taken at any stage in a teacher’s career and is ideal for those wanting to update their teaching knowledge and improve their practice.

The three modules of Delta are flexible:

take all three modules at one time, two together or just one

receive a certificate and credit for each module successfully completed

take modules in any order

take modules when you choose over any period of time (there is no time limit to complete all three modules).

Please find here answers to some questions that you may have about Delta qualifications in eneral and about Module 2 in particular: DELTA fact sheet

Module One

Understanding Language, Methodology and Resources for Teaching

This module focuses on the background to teaching and learning English in a range of contexts.

Content areas

— Theoretical perspectives on language acquisition and language teaching

— Different approaches and methodologies, including current developments

— Language systems and learners’ linguistic problems

— Language skills and learners’ problems

— Knowledge of resources, materials and reference sources for language learning

— Key concepts and terminology related to assessment.

Module One is a written examination which includes two 90-minute written papers with a 30-minute break between each paper. The examination is externally set and marked.


You can prepare for Module One by:

— following a course at our centre

— reading and studying independently using English language and teaching methodology reference books.

Module Two

Developing Professional Practice

This module focuses on the principles and practice of planning and teaching.

Content areas

— The language learner and the language learning context

— Preparation for teaching English to language learners

— Evaluating, selecting and using resources and materials for teaching purposes

— Managing and supporting learning

— Evaluation of lesson preparation and teaching

— Observation/evaluation of other teachers’ lessons

— Professionalism and opportunities for professional development.

Module Two requires a portfolio of coursework, including observed lessons, background written essays and an externally assessed lesson observation.


— buying an English language reference book (our centre will recommend one)

— thinking about your strengths and weaknesses as a teacher

— asking colleagues or other members of staff to observe a lesson and give you constructive feedback

— observing other teachers to experience new techniques, materials and resources

— following a course at our centre.

Module Three

Option 1: Extending Practice and ELT Specialism

This module focuses on needs analysis, syllabus design, course planning and assessment in the context of a selected specialism.

Content areas

— Research into specialist areas

— Research into specialist areas

— Designing syllabus and teaching programmes to meet the needs of learners in the specific context of the selected specialism

— Course design and development in the specific context of the selected specialism

— The principles and practice of testing and assessment and their application to the candidate’s specialist area

— Monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness and quality of courses and programmes of study.

Option 2: English Language Teaching Management

This module focuses on situation analysis and planning, and implementing change in the context of a selected management specialism.

Content areas

— Research into a chosen management specialism

— Methods of situation analysis

— Design of change proposals

— Implementation of change proposals.

To successfully complete the English Language Teaching Management option, candidates will need to have access to management data from a relevant language teaching context.


Module Three is an extended written assignment. For Option 1, the assignment is focused on a specialist area of teaching and learning chosen by the candidate (e.g. English for academic purposes, teaching exam classes, young learners, one-to-one teaching).

For Option 2, candidates complete an assignment on their chosen ELT management specialism. The extended assignment is externally marked.


You can prepare for Module Three by:

— following a course at our centre

— reading and studying independently using reference books focusing on your chosen specialism, as well as books on assessment, syllabus and course design

— observing other teachers to experience new teaching contexts.