News & Events
25th January 2017
Skilled EFL/ESL trainers are being hired to teach EAL students in USA
Pre and primary schools in Boston, USA are now seeking highly trained and skilled TEFL trainers to especially help their EAL (English as an Additional Language) students learn the language effectively. They are hiring permanent EFL/ESL teachers and offering quite an impressive salary. The TEFL teachers are expected to teach English to small groups of EAL students; supporting the other teachers (especially non-native) by pre- teaching the vocabulary and involving the parents as well. The main criterion is to hold a TEFL certificate from an internationally recognized institution. Apart from the experienced TEFL candidates, the TEFL trainees who are pursuing the course can also apply for the posts.
25th January 2017
ACT is one of GoAbroad's Top Rated TEFL Certification Organizations of 2016
Asian College of Teachers (ACT) has emerged as an outstanding teacher training organization in Asia not only for providing customized courses in the arena of TEFL (Teaching English as a foreign language) which transform aspiring and novice teachers into TEFL experts but have continuously helped achieve the dreams of innumerable individuals with insatiable wanderlust and passion for teaching who are drawn to new life experiences. The TEFL courses of ACT have inspired and enriched the lives of TEFL aspirants by equipping them with the latest EFL/ESL teaching methodologies and acquainting them with the unique cultures of far flung countries.
2016 has been an eventful year for Asian College of Teachers with Asia Pacific Achievers’ award in its kitty, ACT has been named one of GoAbroad's Top Rated TEFL Certification Organizations of 2016 and ACT’s TEFL Certification program and Teaching in India has been named GoAbroad’s Top Rated TEFL Certification Program of 2016. Teaching English abroad is an exciting as well as a rewarding experience for those who want to teach and explore the world and ACT fuels that passion to teach and travel.
GoAbroad is an international program directory with a mission to changing lives since 1997 and has been bridging the gap between the students and the international organizations by providing the information to those seeking a meaningful life abroad. GoAbroad has been relentlessly been offering new travel destinations and resources and allowing globe trotters a unique experience. GoAbroad has seamlessly blended meaningful travel and international education which has really complimented Asian College of Teachers’ motto to teach and touch lives.
As an Asian leader in teacher education, Asian College of Teachers not only enrols students from every corner of the globe but continuously strive to provide first-class learning opportunities stimulating both professional and personal growth. ACT with its tailor-made TEFL programs are working continuously on the enhancement of student learning opportunities and giving a new meaning to teaching English abroad. ACT has been fulfilling the dreams of aspirants planning to teach English abroad providing the best learning experience for those who like to immerse in diverse cultures and have the ability to mold oneself into a new society. Bagging TEFL jobs in foreign locations could be a great start to new and interesting teaching experience altogether.
7th January 2017
ACT gets one step closer to redefining teacher education with TQUK
Asian College of Teachers (ACT) has become a research driven Asian leader in teacher education, reaching across the globe with its customized courses designed for today’s educators. ACT gets one step closer to redefining teacher education as it realizes its dream of getting associated with Training Qualifications, United Kingdom, a prestigious British Awarding Body and Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation in United Kingdom, providing an extensive range of vocational qualifications to FE Colleges and private training providers. Asian College of Teachers takes pride in the fact that it has become the first ever TQUK Approved Centre in India.
21st December 2016
ACT's seminar on phonology and classroom management kept audience attention
Asian College of Teachers, a global teacher training institute in Asia, has been instrumental in promoting educational awareness and training with its wide array of successful seminars – one of which was conducted at the Ratnakar North Point School located in Howrah, West Bengal on 30th November, 2016 where 76 working teachers attended the session to learn the tricks of better classroom management. The entire seminar was conducted in two sessions – one on Phonology and the other on Classroom Management respectively. All the qualified and skilled trainers of ACT along with the support staff received a warm welcome from the school alongside the positive reviews from the principal and vice principal of Ratnakar North Point School. The active participation of the all the teachers were really motivational for ACT trainers.
12th December 2016
ACT conducted educational seminar on child psychology and parent counselling
Asian College of Teachers, a leading teacher training institute operating globally, arranged a seminar at Star Kids, a play school in Howrah on 26th November, 2016. The skilled trainers of Asian College of Teachers conducted a successful and interesting session on child psychology and parent counselling. The teachers associated with Star Kids along with the parents of the young learners of the school attended the session with gusto as they were eager to learn about managing tiny tots at school and home. At the end of the session, the teachers were handed over participation certificates while the principle of the school, Mrs. Priyanka Kaur praised the seminar saying it was beneficial for all her teachers and parents alike.
26th November 2016
ACT conducted an interactive seminar at Tiny Tots School Alipore, Kolkata
Asian College of Teachers, a leading teacher training organization in Asia, conducted an interactive seminar at Tiny Tots School Alipore in Kolkata on 22nd November, 2016. Many working and aspiring early childhood teachers attended the seminar enjoying the informative session where ACT trainers spoke extensively on “Motivating Children through Task Based Learning Activities”. Important tips and guidelines were given to the teachers which they can implement in teaching to uplift the quality of learning and make it more effective. The Principle of Tiny Tots School Alipore shared her view about the seminar and mentioned how her fellow teachers will be benefited from this. She also said that she is looking forward to a long term collaboration with ACT in future for the betterment of education.