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Certify your English teaching skills and teach all over the world

DELTA is the Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages that allows you to  measure yourself with advanced English language teaching techniques and methods.

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Why Delta?

Face-to-face, blended and online | DELTA is the certification that gives you the opportunity to make that career leap you wanted.
In a flexible combination of practice and theory, you will receive the necessary knowledge to enhance and enrich your professional and cultural background.
CEFR Levels C1 and C2

COVID-19 Update

DELTA courses are now available in blended/online format.

Face-to-face or online

DELTA is suitable for:

  • DELTA is intended for teachers with an experience of at least one year, in any educational context and with different types of students: children, teenagers or adults
  • English teachers who would like to expand their skills
  • Expert teachers who would like to deepen their expertise in a specific area

DELTA allows you to…

  • Certify a good knowledge and understanding of the language, the possession of skills and language systems, as well as the most up-to-date techniques
  • Have good methodological skills, a valid approach to teaching, extensive evaluation skills to learning
  • Know the syllabus extensively and to be able to manage the planning of the courses with competence

A level of English not lower than C1 is required to access DELTA.
DELTA is between the levels of Proficient and Expert in the Cambridge English Teaching Framework, which is the professional development context designed by Cambridge Assessment English and used by English language teachers to self-assess and plan their own development.
DELTA exams consist of 3 modules that can be taken individually or in a single solution, depending on your needs and the time you have available. You can take the modules in any order and there is a certificate for each module passed.

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DELTA courses have a duration of about 200 hours for each module and are delivered in different ways, which also vary the duration. You can take the modules in any order and there is a certificate for each module passed.

You can take Modules 1 and 3 as a private candidate, whereas it is necessary to attend a specific course in order to sit Module 2.

How to get DELTA certificate with Language Point

Start your DELTA course now. Book your preliminary interview.

Course contents

  • Module One: Understanding Language, Methodology and Resources for Teaching – Assessment: Two 90-minute papers.


  • Module Two: Developing Professional Practice – Assessment: a portfolio of coursework. Candidates will complete 5 assignments, which all contribute to the final grade.


  • Module Three: Option 1 – Extending Practice and ELT Specialism or Option 2 – English Language Teaching Management – Assessment: written assignment (4,000–4,500 words)


Short seminars face-to-face, Module 1

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DELTA Courses contents – 2021-2022

Module 1 focuses on extending and developing candidates’ knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning English in a range of contexts.

The aim of this module is to expand and deepen the knowledge of the candidates in different areas, such as:

  • Language learning and teaching
  • Approaches and methodologies
  • Learning issues
  • Key concepts and terminologies related to evaluation
  • Use of teaching resources and materials

Module 1’s Assessment is with two 90-minute papers.


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DELTA is designed for all those who wish to pursue a career in the field of English language teaching. Those who already have a few years of experience will benefit from continuous feedback and will have an internationally recognised certification to present to future employers.

The time to spend studying is subjective. When choosing your course, it is good to keep in mind that, in addition to attending lessons, you will have to prepare material that will be evaluated by the teachers, in order to pass the course. This will be very useful during the first years of teaching English.

For this reason, we advise candidates to carve out as much time as possible, especially if their aim is to attend a full-time course. Otherwise, we would recommend a part-time, blended or online course, which has a slower pace.

It is not necessary to be a native speaker, as long as you have a good standard of English which will enable you to teach at a range of levels (CEFR level C1/C2).

You can take the modules in any order and there is a certificate for each passed module.


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