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All ITTT online TEFL/TESOL courses are fully accredited by the Online TESOL and TEFL Standards Agency (OTTSA). OTTSA is an organisation that is committed to raising the standard of teacher training in the field of Teaching English as a Foreign Language, with a specific focus on online course providers.
All of our onsite courses are externally moderated and validated by a Board of Academic Advisors. This board is made up of internationally recognised experts in the field of English language teaching, as well as several regional language teaching and training experts. All our training centres around the world receive invaluable advice and support from the board members on a regular basis.
The international experts on our advisory board make regular visits to our many training centres and give presentations at a variety of English language teaching workshops and conferences around the world. These board members are also responsible for monitoring the quality of our training and advising us on ways to ensure that are services are kept in line with the current trends and developments in the field of language training. The international board members are not official moderators, they are experts in the industry that provide our training centres with advice and participate in our many training initiatives.
The regional members on our advisory board provide our centres with the necessary moderation. All these members are highly trained and experienced in teaching, teacher training and management related positions. All our training centres receive a monthly moderation visit from one of our regional board members to ensure that each course meets the industry standards required. They are also responsible for checking the level of approval given by our course participants. These regional board members are not employed directly by ITTT; they are external consultants who regularly meet with our training staff and course participants to review the quality of our training and resources.
Dr. Nunan is a former president of TESOL and the author of numerous books and articles related to English Language Teaching.
"The TEFL International Certificate programs are among the best of their kind; excellent trainers teaching modern methodologies with input from some of the brightest minds in ESL. I highly recommend TEFL International."
Dr. Leon is a professor for Program Evaluation at The University of Washington and president of Geo Education & Research. He has nearly 30 years experience in the field of research and evaluation consultancy and 20 years experience as a community developer, as well as holding three degrees in geography. Dr. Leon has worked on many social, economic and environmental studies with governmental, local community and non profit organisations. He has also managed numerous projects in community building and citizen participation, as well as conducting evaluation research in a variety of fields such as planning, social services and education.
Dr. McNeill is the program leader of the M. Ed TESOL course at Asian University. He holds a variety of qualifications including a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Wales, an MA in Second Language Teaching & Learning, a PGCE in TEFL from the University of London and an MA in French & German from the University of Glasgow. Dr. McNeill has over 35 years experience in the teaching world and is an expert in many areas including language policy, language acquisition, curriculum development and management of language projects.
John W. Miller is an Academic Specialist in charge of faculty development for the Korean Language Program at the Defence Language Institute in Monterey, California. He designs and runs teacher training workshops for faculty and learning strategies for student workshops. John started his career as a volunteer in the Peace Corps based in Liberia and then went on to complete an MA. From there he taught and directed Kyungsung University’s Foreign Language Institute in Pusan, Korea for three years and later worked at Ohio University, helping to launch OPELT, an English Language Program for Chubu University in Kasugai, Japan. He has also served as the Associate Peace Corps Director in the Ukraine and is currently finishing his dissertation for a PhD in Intercultural Communication at Ohio University. He has written extensively on language teaching subjects and has held teacher training workshops in various countries including Japan, Korea, Ukraine and Liberia. Mr Miller’s professional interests stretch to areas such as reflective teaching and learning strategies, with a particular interest in learning how intercultural relationships change and develop.
Mr. Scott started his career in Quito, Ecuador where he taught EFL at an international American curriculum school. In the following years he moved to the Far East and gained experience writing American branch campus ESL curriculums and teacher training. In recent times, he has been based in New York writing education material for Newsweek and working as a technical instructor helping young students build web pages in a Cablevision project. Mr. Scott has also studied at Columbia University and started up an online EFL/ESL newsletter, as well as an online ESL mini conference.
Our regional board members are all local EFL specialists and moderators (ESL professionals, school managers and training experts) who visit each of our training centres on a monthly basis to moderate and validate our courses.
ITTT’s parent organisation, TITC, is an institutional member of IATEFL (the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language). Please go to www.iatefl.org for more details on this organisation.
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