Save yourself some credits from your M.A. by following a DELTA course! You will benefit by getting your theoretical background, which is what M.A.’s are for, but you will also get the classroom polish and materials – syllabus design savvy which is why the DELTA is so well respected!
Ofqual, the exams regulator of the UK government, has confirmed that Cambridge ESOL’s Delta qualification for teachers is at the same level as a Master’s degree or a professional diploma in the European Union. This is a result of Delta being placed at level 7 of the UK government’s Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF), making it the only English language teaching diploma currently included at this level.
Welcoming this new recognition, Cambridge ESOL’s Chief Executive Dr Mike Milanovic says: “Teachers holding this qualification demonstrate a very high level of expertise indeed and we’re delighted by this acknowledgment from Ofqual. This reflects the quality standards associated with the Delta qualification which is great news for teachers and the millions of students around the world learning English.”
N.B. The DELTA on its own does not constitute an MA qualification but is considered to be at the same level, which makes holders eligible…
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