Hello, I've posted here once before and received some good advice, and I'm now hoping for some more
My employer is offering to part sponsor a young learner course at an International House centre. As far as I am aware, it is not the CELTYL but IH's own YL certificate (this offer was only recently made and I have not gotten the details yet). My question is if the IH certificate is on a par with the Cambridge extension? Given the circumstances, I doubt my employer would sponsor a CELTYL instead, but if it turns out the IH certificate is not regarded on the same level, then I will probably turn down the part sponsorship offer, and wait until I can take the CELTYL (and fund myself).
I have also looked into taking IH courses in exam prep and one to one teaching. I know that doing business and ICT teaching qualifications helps career wise, and I am wondering if gaining certificates in exam prep and tutoring might help too. Does anyone have any advice on this?