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Delta Modules

Delta Module Two Course:

BKC-IH Moscow is launching a new PART-TIME Cambridge Delta Module 2 course this year. It is a unique course that has never been run before in Russia. It includes the same content, it meets the same requirements and it gives you the same qualification as a full-time course. Only the first week is intensive while the rest of the work is spread out for your convenience. Below is the schedule.


 Delta Module Two Course

9 November, 2018 — 19 April, 2019

(Block 1 - intensive: 6 face-to-face study days

9.11-16.11 (12.30 - 20.30 except Sat, Sun)

Block 2 - part-time: 17 face-to-face study days + online support

19.11 - 19.04 - every Friday 13.00 — 17.30)


150 00 roubles


145 GBP

The group is full


Assessed teaching practice be arranged with your own classes.


There are plenty of advantages of the part-time mode:

1) There is an opportunity to complete teaching practice in a familiar environment with familiar students

2) More time to do research, plan and complete written work

3) More processing and reflection time

4) A more flexible timetable and an opportunity to negotiate the assessment dates

5) A flexible timetable for feedback, consultations and tutorials

6) An opportunity to study without taking time off your regular work or giving up your family commitments

7) Immediate implementation of the course input in your classroom

8) A more convenient payment scheme


Challenges of the part-time mode:

1) Staying focused and motivated is harder on a longer course

2) Requires good time management


If you are a CELTA(or equivalent) qualified teacher with 2+ years of post-CELTA experience seeking further professional development, this course might be ideal for you.


Selection procedure:

1) Request, complete and send back an application form

2) Interview with a trainer


NB The Centre reserves the right to require additional proof of suitability, e.g. a language test, an extra task or extra interview, a lesson observation.

Delta Modules One and Three:


Delta Module:



Registration fee: 


Delta Module Three Preparation Course

5 December 2018 - 13 March 2019, 10.00 - 12.00

on Wednesdays:

5.12; 19.12; 16.01, 30.01, 13.02, 27.02, 13.03

+ individual consultations

 36 000 roubles  Selection in progress

Delta Module One Exam Preparation Course

29 March - 31 May, 2019

10 am - 12 pm

(29.03 (Fri), 5.04 (Fri), 12.04 (Fri), 19.04(Fri), 26.04(Fri), 7.05(Tue), 14.05(Tue),24.05(Fri), 31.05(Fri))

28 000 roubles Selection in progress

Delta Module One


 3 June, 2018 (Monday) 200 GBP



Delta Module Three

(written assignment)

 3 June, 2018 (Monday)

(submission date)

97 GBP  






Entry Requirements for Delta Modules:

1. There are no requirements for the candidates wishing to register for the Delta Module One and Delta Module Three exams.

2. To apply for Delta Module One Exam Preparation course and for Delta Module Two, a candidate should normally:

  • Have an international TEFL certificate (e.g. CELTA, Trinity CertTESOL, IHC);
  • Have a minimum of two years of full time post-CELTA/Trinity CertTESOL/IHC teaching experience;
  • Have a range of teaching experience involving work in different contexts and experience of teaching candidates at different levels

It is the responsibility of individual centres to ensure that all candidates have an appropriate awareness of language and language competence in English which will enable them to follow the course and complete all the assessed elements successfully.

About Delta Modules:

Delta (Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is a widely recognised qualification which helps you build better teaching practice and can lead to greater rewards and more career opportunities.

The Delta offers candidates who have substantial experience of teaching English to adult speakers of other languages the opportunity to:

  • Acquire new insights into this area and a deeper understanding of the principles and practice of ELT to adults;
  • Examine their current practices and beliefs;
  • Apply the results of their learning and reflection to their current professional lives and to circumstances beyond their present and previous teaching experience.

Delta modules:

There are three assessed components for the Delta: separate certification will be awarded for each.

Module OneDelta course

Understanding Language, Methodology and Resources for Teaching (20 credits)

Module One is assessed through a written examination.

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This module focuses on the background to teaching and learning English in a range of contexts.

Content areas

  1. Theoretical perspectives on language acquisition and language teaching

  2. Different approaches and methodologies including current developments

  3. Language systems and learners’ linguistic problems

  4. Language skills and learners' problems

  5. Knowledge of resources, materials and reference sources for language learning

  6. Key concepts and terminology related to assessment

It is not essential to do a course to enter for Module One. Candidates may either follow a course at a centre or prepare for the examination independently.

Handbook and Past Papers:

Module Two

Developing Professional Practice (20 credits)

Module Two is assessed through a portfolio of coursework, including observed lessons, background written assignments, and an externally-assessed lesson observation.

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This module tests knowledge of the elements of planning and preparing a lesson or a sequence of lessons and how to select and use resources and materials.

Content areas

  1. The language learner and the language learning context

  2. Preparation for teaching adult learners of English

  3. Evaluating, selecting and using resources and materials for teaching purposes

  4. Managing and supporting learning

  5. Evaluation of lesson preparation and teaching

  6. Observation/evaluation of other teachers’ lessons

  7. Professionalism and opportunities for professional development


Module Two requires course attendance at an approved Delta centre so that teaching can be supported and assessed.

Module Two is assessed through a portfolio of coursework, including observed lessons, background written assignments, and an externally-assessed lesson observation.

Please note that, as Module two is assessed by coursework, there are no practice papers associated with this Module.

Module Three

Extending practice and English language teaching specialism (20 credits).

Module Three is assessed through an extended written assignment.

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This module tests knowledge of classroom management and what happens in the classroom in terms of the language used by the teacher or learners, the roles of the teacher can fulfil and the ways in which the teacher can manage classroom events and interaction.

Content areas:

  1. Research into specialist areas

  2. Principles of syllabus design and implications for specific learning contexts

  3. Designing syllabus and teaching programmes to meet the needs of learners in the specific context of the selected specialism

  4. Course design and development in the specific context of the selected specialism

  5. The principles and practice of testing and assessment and application to the candidate’s specialist area

  6. Monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness and quality of courses and programmes of study


Module Three is assessed through an extended written assignment.

Please note that, as Module Three is assessed by written assignment; there are no practice papers associated with this Module.

It is not essential to do a course to enter for Module Three. Candidates may either follow a course at a centre or prepare for the extended assignment independently.

Delta application process:

Please contact BKC-IH Moscow Teacher Training Centre for the application form.

Delta Modules FAQ:

Can I take Delta if I have a Russian pedagogical degree and 20-year teaching experience?

Yes, you can take Delta Modules One and Three. To apply for Module Two course to our Centre you are expected to have an international TEFL certificate (CELTA, Trinity CertTESOL etc) and a minimum of two years of full-time post-CELTA/Trinity CertTESOL/IHC teaching experience.

Do I have to take all three modules?

No. You can choose to enter for a single module or any combination of modules. Each module is separately certificated so you receive credit for each module successfully completed.

Can the modules be taken in any order?

While you can choose to take the modules in any order, Modules Two and Three assume you have the knowledge and competences gained in the previous module(s) so for most candidates the most practical order will be from Module One through to Module Three.

Can I take all three modules at the same time?

Yes. Some centres may deliver Delta as a single course (all three modules being run concurrently by a centre). However, the distribution of content across the three modules allows centres the flexibility of offering individual modules or combinations of modules if you do not want or need to complete them all.

Do I have to complete all three modules within a specific time?

No. There is no time limit for completion of all three modules.

Can I retake modules?

Yes. There is no limit on the number of times you can take a module. For Module Three, there is an option to resubmit an assignment. If it fails again a new topic needs to be chosen.

Do I have to take a course for each module?

Attendance on a course is only necessary for Module Two so that practice can be directly assessed. You can enter for Modules One and Three without taking a course.

Will I get an overall Delta qualification if I pass all the modules?

Yes. You are awarded a certificate for each Delta module you pass. Achievement of a Pass in all three modules confers the status of a full Delta qualification. An overall Delta certificate will be awarded if you submit evidence of a Pass in all three modules.


Further information about the Delta modules: