ACTDEC

What is ACTDEC and what does it do?

ACTDEC is for the benefit of the public and aimed at helping TESOL course applicants locate suitably accredited institutions offering distance teacher training courses and also responding to general enquiries relating to the English language teaching profession.

  • ACTDEC is the Accreditation Council for TESOL Distance Education Courses, a non-profit making independent body responsible for maintaining professional standards in TESOL distance programmes.
  • Based on a rigorous professional code of practice ACTDEC accredits TESOL/TEFL distance course providers at different course levels graded from introductory to advanced.
  • The same syllabus content, at each level, is covered by all ACTDEC accredited providers though course methodology, approach and delivery may differ.
  • ACTDEC accredited courses are regularly audited to ensure that quality expectations are being met.
  • ACTDEC awards four certificates and a diploma to successful course participants. These awards state the level, syllabus and course content covered. They also serve to guarantee schools and institutions world wide of quality training assurance through accredited and regulated distance education provision.
  • Together with sponsoring institutions ACTDEC also offers a two-month carefully structured, externally assessed, Teaching Practice Portfolio scheme for ACTDEC distance learning certificate holders.
  • An ACTDEC Level Three qualification (or above) coupled with an ACTDEC Certificate of Teaching Practice Development in TESOL fulfil the requirements of the British Council Accreditation Scheme.
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The Accreditation Council is a non-profit making independent body governed by officers and Council, established to advance professionalism by maintaining and also improving on standards of distance TESOL/TEFL programmes.

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