Our online e-Moderation course gives you the skills and confidence to teach online in a principled and effective manner.
next start date: 3rd October 2017
course length: 4 weeks
course fees: £375 (discounts)
03/10/17 - 31/10/17
16/01/18 - 13/02/18
01/03/18 - 31/03/18
04/06/18 - 02/07/18
During the course, you will learn to:
- learn to effectively use a VLE (Virtual Learning Environment)
- become familiar with the stages learners pass through in online learning environments
- acquire the necessary online tutoring skills for each of these stages
- develop your own skills as an online tutor through collaborative group work
- develop the skills to work with students asynchronously and synchronously
- learn to set up and implement a variety of online task types
- explore the principles of online versus f2f (face to face) learning
- reflect on the skills needed for working effectively with students online
- create a portfolio of your reflections, principles and activities for effective online tutoring
NOTE: The Consultants-E will not tolerate plagiarism, cheating, falsifying information, or handing in work done by others as your own, during the course. Any participant found to be in breach of this policy will be dismissed from the course, and no refund will apply. By completing enrolment on this course you agree to these terms and conditions.
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Cambridge ESOL certified CELTA trainers who wish to train up as online CELTA trainers are offered a 15% discount on the course fees as are past participants from other TCE courses. Please choose one of the three course fees below (ensuring that you qualify for any discount or Past Participant rate, if you select one).
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note: our principle credit card processor is Square, and they handle all your financial information securely on their site. However, during this process we will have temporary access to your payment information as we process it using our credit card terminal. We do not store any of this information, but if you would be happier dealing directly with the card processor, please choose a different payment method.
If you would like to pay by bank transfer, please make a transfer to the following account. When making your payment, please add £17 to the course fee to cover associated bank charges. Ensure that your transfer is clearly marked with your name. Note that if incorrect amounts are transferred we will be obliged to ask for a subsequent transfer, and matching bank fees.
Account Name: The Consultants-E Ltd.
Sort Code: 40-46-23
Account Number: 31785729
NOTE: if you use the Past Participant payment option without having done an online course with us previously, we will be obliged to collect the difference between the Past Participant discounted rate and the full course price in an additional payment from you. This will involve increased bank fees for which you will be responsible.
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