• EFL Academies & Training Providers - join us as a training partner

    You're an English Language Academy based in Valencia, Barcelona or Madrid?

    Potentially interested in hosting a carefully selected and matched 'classroom' ready Student TEFL teacher?

    Some reasons to consider it:

    1. It can provide you with an understanding of the latest pedagogical thinking in EFL teaching.
    2. Student teachers can often re-energise other teaching staff with enthusiasm, ideas and questions.
    3. Helping the student (mentoring) is a great development opportunity for your best staff – and normally makes good teachers better.
    4. Having the student present gives you an opportunity to try something different with your learners.
    5. Of course the student will be an extra pair of (free) eyes and ears around the school!
    6. The school will have increased credibility with the learner and EFL communities as a TEFL teacher training establishment.

    Download further information here - Spanish

    Download further information here - English

    IELTT support for you and the student TEFL teacher?

    • Recruit and match the student to the correct school. (Clearly, a student whose interest is teaching Business English for example might not especially want to do their teaching practice teaching with very young learners.)
    • Provide lesson planning training and coaching to the learner and provide support (and micro teaching practice) for their lesson planning activity.
    • Give ongoing support the school's allocated teacher supervisor / mentor.

    If you would like to be involved as a teacher training establishment, please register your interest using the form on the right and if you have any queries, give us a call on 663319200 or email info@ieltt.com

    Thank you

  • New Ideas and Staff CPD?

    We run Staff CPD sessions in a variety of formats to suit your needs:

    • a 2 hour session
    • a 4 hour / half day session (including a short break)
    • 2 x 4 hours / half day (including a short break)

    These short courses can be tailored to your specific needs — your students, your schedule, and your location. Courses typically include lesson plans and materials tailored to your students.

    The range of programs is constantly expanding with the advent of new opportunities and requirements.

    Courses include:

    • Gameification - using games to inspire and engage older students - we mainly focus on using board games to attract and help develop conversational English
    • Awareness in the classroom is learning consciously and helping students focus on their studies through mindfulness exercises. This can work with both young and older students.
    • Lesson planning - this lesson focuses on the basics of lesson planning - creating a lesson plan that meets the needs of students and the curriculum - a lesson plan that you can follow with enough flexibility to adapt to circumstances in the classroom.
    • Teaching students with special learning needs - This special program designed by specialists is designed to help you educate students with special needs by presenting a number of ideas about which approaches to use and the approaches that should be avoided. For more information contact us.
    • Using art and craft to inspire and attract young learners - This short program aims to show how the context of art can be used to help very young learners develop their English skills.
    • Using simple cooking to inspire and attract young learners (typically 8 years of age or older) - This half-day short course is designed to demonstrate how cooking can be used to develop language skills.