Learn and Teach English

Connective Language Training Center-

Connective believes that effective communication is important to a person’s growth and advancement. Expressing one’s thoughts and feelings through effective verbal communication builds confidence and helps expand social reach.

English as Second Language (ESL)

For non-English speakers who want to learn English as a Second Language so they can study or work in a place where English is widely spoken. We use effective teaching methodologies to guarantee immediate results in as short as 3 weeks!Fees depend on the level and kind of program the student needs.

English Communication Skills Program (ECSP)

For professionals who use English in their work place. This program (6 hours) is appropriate for:

  • call center agents
  • seamen
  • receptionists
  • any type of job where English is widely used.

Summer Literacy Workshop

A one-week program that helps make kids love to read and write! An ideal way to spend summer, Locals (Filipino kids) are welcome!

IELTS and TOEFL Review

A 20-hour program which is a combination of English proficiency and preparation lessons before taking these exams.

Teach English

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

– An intensive training (100 hours) on teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) covering the following topics:

  • The Learner — Introduction, Language, Lesson Planning…
  • The Teacher — Classroom Management, Methods, Approaches…
  • ESL Program — Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening…
  • Teaching Tools — Media, Assessment, Socio-Cultural Factors…
  • Future Career — Jobs, Resume, Interview…

Face to Face

Students are required to attend all six (6) lecture days in a classroom/training room setting.

Distance Mode

The first lecture day is required when possible with the rest using training videos and manuals.

Who can enroll?

  • Professionals who would like to teach ESL locally and abroad
  • ESL school teachers, administrators, and directors
  • Teachers who plan to teach ESL
  • New graduates, missionaries, church groups, social workers

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