TESOL Coach Master’s 150-hour online certification course has received accreditation by the Online TEFL and TESOL Standards Agency (OTTSA). Accreditation distinguishes the institution from many other online TESOL schools by providing the highest quality of course modules to its clients as determined y an independent, external process of evaluation.
“I am very happy to be able to announce that OTTSA has awarded TESOL Coach Master by the American Global Management Association, LLC (AGMA) an unrestricted accreditation,” said Mr. Nico James Alagasi Bantayanaon, our in-house coach master and managing director of AGMA – TESOL division.
OTTSA is a professional educational organisation committed to monitoring and improving standards of online training courses, providing both potential customers and course providers with information regarding all aspects of teaching, training and development.
Status as an accredited organization means our course has met nationally recognized standards for the provision of quality TESOL Course by OTTSA. Hundreds of TESOL and TEFL organizations across the globe are accredited by OTTSA. TESOL and TEFL organizations seeking accreditation by OTTSA undergo an extensive self-assessment and survey by OTTSA’s expert educators and administrators who are actively involved in English Language Teaching. The accreditation is consultative and educational, presenting best practices to help an organization improve its services.
“Going through the process challenged us to find better ways to serve our students, and it is a constant reminder that our responsibility is to strive to continuously improve the quality of services we provide,” said Mr. Nico James Alagasi – Bantayanon. “I am proud of their efforts and thank our students and staffs for their support as well.”
TESOL Coach Master courses will include all the basic elements of highly effective teaching and learning methods, which consists of 150 total hours (consisting of lectures, workshops, and practical hands-on teaching).
The course’s topics include: second language acquisition, an introduction to linguistics, basic principles of language learning and teaching, learning techniques, assessment and evaluation, planning and conducting English language programs, teaching grammar in an effective manner, developing effective and up-to-date teaching paraphernalia with minimal resources, class management, designing a curriculum and syllabus, multi-cultural and cross-cultural aspects of the ESL classroom.