The LTTC has cleaned up its act enormously and can wear its British government ASET logo with pride. The Quite website is a poorly designed, unprofessional BlueVoda template, which is not even optimised to load correctly some browsers. Although the organisation is genuinely motivated and gives some sound advice, it is nothing more than you have already been given to your questions on this forum, or in the other pages on this site or in Alex's blogs.. Furthermore it looks as if they are also trying to join the already too long list of self appointed accrediting organisations. Finally, among the organisations they list, one is very dubious, and one is a proven scam - it only accredits its own schools and the quality of its website and the language it uses will bear testimony to this. I happen to have inside information!
If schools are claiming to be accredited by the College of Teachers, write to Arthur Reed and ask him if they are either genuinely accredited, or just listed corporate or individual members. Many TESOL courses trade on the fact that as simple listed members, adding the CoT logo lends credence to their operation. It might to the TESOL student, but we recruiters and administrators know otherwise.
I'll repeat again from an earlier posting, that it will be impossible for anyone to police the world of TESOL single handed. There are those of us who have been recruiters and school administrators for decades and the only way we can control the situation is by refusing the certificates and degrees which we know to be the issue of substandard courses or diploma mills.
Thank you for your email.
I can confirm that The London Teacher Training College is an ASET approved centre.
ASET do issue the certificates.
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It is therefore just as important - or even more so - not only to check the qualifications of the TESOL course providers and to check that they are genuine members, but also to verify the credentials of the 'accreditors'.
Probably the best thing to to do would be to ask that 'certain university'.mohamedansary72 wrote:My question is: will I be accepted if I have this MA of the LTTC?
Also , probably the best thing to do is to ask LTTC - but it appears that LTTC can sometimes be a bit cagey about giving information. Nevertheless:I also do not understand the real relation between St Clements' and LTTC ! .
http://www.education88.comSt Clements University is a private commercial university. It was registered in March 1995 as a university company in the United Kingdom Overseas Territory of the Turks and Caicos Islands and in April 2000 in the independent Commonwealth Nation of St Vincent and The Grenadines. Most courses are marketed and taught via this network of Affiliated Schools.
St Clements University is an institutional member of the International Council for Open and Distance Learning (ICDE). ICDE is officially recognised by the United Nations as the global non governmental organisation responsible for the field of open and distance learning, and is affiliated with the United Nations through UNESCO
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