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220-hour Master Package


The 220-hour Master Package without tutor support offers three courses in one, all conducted online. The Master Package comprises of three parts:

Part 1: 120-hour TEFL course

Part 2: 50-hour course in business English (CTBE)

Part 3: 50-hour course in teaching English to young learners (CTEYL)

Part 1 (the 120-hour TEFL course) must be taken and completed first, though parts 2 and 3 can be taken in any order after that. Course participants are offered the option of either receiving three individual certificates as they progress through the Master Package course, or a single 220-hour certificate on completion of all course components. Please note that it’s not possible to receive both.

As with all ITTT courses, you are able to work through it at whatever pace suits your personal circumstances and learning style. Upon completion of the application process we will send you an email that contains the login details you will need to gain access to your personal, restricted area of our online course system. Once you have logged in, you can then access the course materials which can be studied online or downloaded to your personal computer, tablet or smartphone.

When you are confident that you have absorbed the information contained in the first unit, your understanding of the materials will be assessed via a test before you move on to the next section.

Participants can contact ITTT for technical support throughout the course. We will then respond to your queries via email within one working day.

Course components

Part 1 (must be taken first): 120-hour TEFL course

The 120-hour online TEFL course focuses on two different areas. Around half of the course looks at subjects related to the teaching skills that you will need in the classroom, including teaching theories and methodologies, classroom management, lesson planning and how to test and evaluate your students’ progress. The rest of the materials focus on the subject of language awareness; this includes the most important areas of English grammar such as the parts of speech and the tense system, as well as other subjects such as pronunciation.

This variety of subjects has been further divided into twenty separate units that are specifically designed to gradually build your understanding, without overwhelming you with too much information. Thanks to this design, you should be able to work through the course materials at whatever pace you feel comfortable with.

120-hour TEFL Certification Course Units

  • Introductory Unit
  • Unit 1: Teachers and Learners
  • Unit 2: Parts of Speech
  • Unit 3: Theories, Methods and Techniques
  • Unit 4: Present Tenses
  • Unit 5: Managing Classes
  • Unit 6: Past Tenses
  • Unit 7: Teaching New Language
  • Unit 8: Future Tenses
  • Unit 9: Lesson Planning
  • Unit 10: Video Lessons (plus 2 videos)
  • Unit 11: Teaching Receptive Skills
  • Unit 12: Teaching Productive Skills
  • Unit 13: Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology
  • Unit 14: Course Books and Lesson Materials
  • Unit 15: Evaluation and Testing
  • Unit 16: Conditionals & Reported Speech
  • Unit 17: Equipment and Teaching Aids
  • Unit 18: Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice
  • Unit 19: Teaching Special Groups
  • Unit 20: Troubleshooting
  • Summative Task

Part 2: 50-hour course in business English (CTBE)

Teaching business related English is a rapidly expanding area of the TEFL market. Globalization of worldwide industry means that employees of international and multi-national companies are increasingly required to converse to a high level in English, regardless of what their native language may be. Through this component of the course we will show you how to adapt your existing skills and knowledge to suit this specific area of the teaching world.

Language teachers are often concerned that they cannot teach business English because they do not know a great deal about the business world, however, this is generally not true as the majority of language skills your students will require are the same as any other English language learner. This course aims to show you how to develop a curriculum for your business English clients, from first meetings, to final assessment. Once you have successfully completed this part of the course you will find that your skills, knowledge and job prospects will all be enhanced.

CTBE Course Units

  • Unit 1: Course Introduction
  • Unit 2: Teaching and Learning
  • Unit 3: Course Development
  • Unit 4: Materials
  • Unit 5: Teaching Themes
  • Unit 6: The business English world
  • Summative Task

CTBE Course Aims

Course graduates of the CTBE component of the course should be able to:

  • Discuss and evaluate the process of teaching business English using industry standard terminology.
  • Create a curriculum based on an assessment of their learners’ needs.
  • Have real-world ideas for creating individual lessons that are tailored to the students’ requirements, while also having clear ideas on how to execute the lessons to a wide spectrum of target groups.
  • Locate and create suitable materials for teaching business English.
  • Develop assessment procedures for before, during and after the course.
  • Understand the role of a business English teacher in a wide variety of scenarios.
  • Identify and pursue further opportunities for career development.

Part 3: 50-hour course in teaching English to young learners (CTEYL)

Teaching English to young learners forms a large part of the TEFL world. In many countries, English courses are on offer for students from as young as two years old. There are a number of reasons why teaching young learners differs from teaching adult students and within this part of the course we focus on these differences and show you how to adapt your existing skills to address them.

We may often assume that adults taking English language courses are there because they are keen to learn; this however is not a safe assumption with young learners. This course aims to show what specific teaching strategies can be employed to keep our young learners motivated and interested in the classroom. With the addition of this qualification to your CV/resume, you should find that your knowledge and employment prospects are greatly enhanced.

CTEYL Course Units

  • Unit 1: Course Introduction
  • Unit 2: Teaching and Learning
  • Unit 3: Course Development
  • Unit 4: Materials
  • Unit 5: Teaching Themes
  • Unit 6: Professional Development
  • Summative Task

CTEYL Course Aims

Graduates of the CTEYL part of the 220-hour Master Package should be able to:

  • Discuss and evaluate the process of teaching English to young learners using industry standard terminology.
  • Design a syllabus based on their students' individual needs assessment.
  • Create everyday lesson plans tailored to the needs of young learners and have clear ideas for facilitating those lessons to different types of students.
  • Find and create suitable materials for young learners.
  • Design and use assessment methodologies for before, during and after a course.
  • Understand the role of teaching English to young learners in a variety of different situations.
  • Identify further opportunities for professional development.

Post-Course Job Guidance

Once you have completed your course, we can provide you with all the reasonable services and assistance possible to help you secure a TEFL teaching position. This includes the following:

  • Resume/CV preparation guidance.
  • How to find TEFL employment vacancies.
  • How to best apply for TEFL jobs.
  • Interview preparation guidance.

We will provide these services for the duration of your teaching career.

220-hour MASTER Package
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