Richmond E-courses 2018

At Richmond, we believe that learning is the main resource to achieve progress in a fully connected environment. We support teachers to master new academic skills.

- 3 modules per course
o Module 1: June 25 – July 20
o Module 2: August 6 – August 30
o Module 3: September 3 – September 21

- Certificate of 240 hours per course
- You can register in 2 courses


Language Upgrading Course(LUC)
This course will help teachers improve their English level from pre-intermediate to intermediate.


Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT)
The TKT gives teachers a strong foundation in the core areas of teaching knowledge and is for teachers who plan on taking the test or as a refresher course to keep up with the latest trends in ELT. We prepare teachers for the 3 core modules tested in Peru.
First Certificate of English (FCE)
This is for teachers who can use everyday written and spoken English at an upper-intermediate level. This preparation course is for the exam that tests language competency at the B2 Level of the CEFR for Languages.
Certificate of Advanced English (CAE)
CAE is a high-level language qualification in English for demanding professional and academic situations. It showcases your outstanding English.


Teaching Very Young Learners (preschool)
Aimed at improving the teacher's knowledge of the strategies and skills required to teach very young children. It also provides guidance for the planning of learning sessions and various techniques for teaching and assessing.
Teaching Primary School Learners (primary)
This course has been designed to reinforce and improve the knowledge of grammar, techniques for oral production and correction of texts necessary for the teaching of primary education. Through this course teachers will learn the principles for effective teaching and gain a range of practical skills for teaching elementary students.
Teaching Secondary School Learners secondary)
It is a course aimed at providing the teacher with the necessary information to acquire an effective methodology and the skills to teach secondary school students. This course will help develop the necessary techniques for the management of groups of teenagers, and understand the process of learning and teaching while improving their knowledge of learning styles.
Evaluation and Assessment
Assessment is an integral part of instruction, as it determines whether or not the goals of education are being met. Assessment affects decisions about grades, placement, advancement, instructional needs and curriculum. Assessment inspires us to ask several questions such as: "Are students learning what they are supposed to be learning?” In this course we will deepen in what assessment involves and its relevance in the learning process.

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