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Meet our new Trinity DipTESOL trainees


Our first Trinity DipTESOL course of the year is now under way and we were excited to be able to meet our trainees via video introductions. Here is a selection of just a few videos. We look forward to working with you all!

Adriana Bocu

Adriana is from Romania but has been living and teaching in Madrid for the last few years. She decided to take the Trinity DipTESOL course because she has been feeling a little stuck and she wanted a new opportunity to prove that she can be good at what she does. She is particularly interested in learning more about phonology and is looking forward to being a better teacher.

Jonathan Cain

Jonathan lives and works in Manchester. he decided to take the Trinity DipTESOL because it has now been two years since he took Trinity CertTESOL in Malaga and he is ready to take his teaching to the next level. He would like to learn more about teaching grammar, phonology, teaching theories and reducing his teacher talk time! 

Galina Abramova

Galina is from Russia and she would like to gain knowledge and skills to boost her professional career. She obtained her Celta certificate in Prague in 2009 and she is now ready to take the next step to challenge herself professionally by taking the Trinity DipTESOL course. She is interested in all aspects of language, especially teaching methods and working with technology.

Welcome to the course!

If you would like to develop your teaching skills, advance your career in ELT and train with some of the best teacher trainers in ELT, find out more about our Trinity DipTESOL course or apply here.

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