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Online Introductory Training is for teachers who are new to Cambridge programmes and qualifications. It introduces teachers to Cambridge programmes, syllabuses and curriculum frameworks and enables them to teach our syllabuses with greater confidence. We strongly recommend this training to teachers who are new to Cambridge or new to a specific qualification.
Successful completion of these courses is based on participation in collaborative activities with teachers from around the world. Discussions and activities each week are in groups. You don't need to be online at a particular time of day for our online courses, but we recommend that teachers access the courses every day. Participants who complete key weekly activities and engage fully in discussions throughout the course will receive a certificate. Tutors will mark activities completed in the week that they are set. To help you manage your time and aid collaboration, we provide clear guidelines so you know which days to carry out the activities for each week.
Online Introductory courses are 5 weeks long and teachers should expect to spend 3 - 5 hours per week on the course.
Find out more about what to expect from a Cambridge International online course.
In order to facilitate rich and meaningful discussions with participants and the course tutor, bookings for our online courses are limited to 25 participants per session.
We are offering a 20% early bird discount for online Introductory courses. To benefit from this discount book on or before:
Bookings made after these dates will be charged at the full registration fee. To book your place, please use the links below.
The courses focus on the following areas:
This training will be delivered in English. All candidates should have English language competence comparable to Level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). We recommend a minimum requirement of 5.5 on the International English Language Testing System. Further information may be obtained through the Council of Europe website.
Information including how to make bookings and cancellations can be found on the Training section of the Cambridge International help pages.
Please read our terms and conditions.