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The process below describes the main steps when setting up a Language for Teaching course for the first time. After that, new courses can usually start at step 2.
Includes the initial enquiry, information gathering, signing an agreement with Cambridge Assessment English and selecting a Local Course Administrator. This step can take up to two months.
In this phase, you select trainers to deliver face-to-face training (if required), recruit course participants, and assess their level of English to place them in the right course. This can take up to one month.
This phase covers the whole course, from the initiation of the course through to the end of training. Courses usually take between six and nine months.
On completion of a course level, participants may take a progress test before moving on to the next course, or take a qualification to demonstrate their achievement.
Download a summary of the whole process, including the various tasks within each phase.
You can arrange a course schedule that meets the needs of your institution and teachers. We've created example schedules for a range of Language for Teaching courses.
Read the example schedules