For Module Three, the application deadline is two weeks before the course start date. Where six or more people apply from one organisation, please apply three weeks before.
Step 1: To apply, complete the Delta registration form. If you have already done a Delta module with Bell please use the application form for a further module.
Step 2: Next, complete the relevant application task for your chosen specialism (additional tasks on the application form) in a separate document. There is one task for all specialism apart from ELT Management, and another one for the ELT Management option only. Please complete both tasks if you are considering ELT Management as one of several options.
Step 3: Please also provide your most up-to-date CV and scanned copies of any relevant TEFL qualifications.
Step 4: After completing these documents, please submit them preferably by email to email@example.com. Alternatively you can post them to the following address:
Teacher Training Programmes
Red Cross Lane
Step 5: After receipt of your application by Bell, you may also be asked to take part in an interview, either in person, by phone or Skype depending on the module before a place on the course can be reserved.
Step 6: If your application is successful, you will need to pay a non-refundable deposit of £150 for within seven days of being notified to reserve your place. The balance of the fees is due six weeks before the course start. Please note: We are unable to hold places open for applicants who do not pay their full fees when they are due. All courses are subject to demand. Please visit www.bellenglish.com/termsconditions for full terms and conditions
Certificates: Successful students will receive a Cambridge English certificate for every Delta module passed. An overall certificate for passing all modules can be produced upon request.
Courses fees do not include the Cambridge English assessment fee (£78).
We will contact you during the course to see if you feel ready to submit your assignment, and will invoice you accordingly at a later stage.