Training courses
The British Council offers a variety of teacher training courses to help you improve your teaching skills. Our courses include practical assignments and online exercises. Our courses are offered as self-access, moderated and blended, and cover a range of issues such as teaching with limited resources, teaching with technology and methodology.

If you want an introduction to the skills required to be an effective moderator in an online teaching and learning environment, then this course is for you.  
Communicative Assessment
If you are interested in discovering new approaches to assessment and testing, then this 20-hour online self-study course is for you.
Teachers from all over the world can take this part-time Master’s degree programme, which is studied entirely online.
If you're looking for a self-access course giving you an introduction to a range of online tools to help you with your business English teaching, then this course is for you.
If you are teaching English to young learners aged 7 to 11, then this course will help you learn the essentials you need for working with this age group.
If you are interested in communicative language teaching or preparing for the TKT test, then this course is for you. Click here to find out more. 
If you are teaching school subjects in English, then this course will provide comprehensive training on the methodology and practice of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) you need in your work.
If you want to learn more about teaching students with special educational needs, this course is for you.
Find out more about the CELTA and the list of British Council centres offering the course.
Learning technologies for the classroom
If you want a teacher development course that helps you integrate new technologies into your classroom practice, this is the course for you.
Take our Steps to Success course and make the transition from student teacher to professional.
These workshops offer you an opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills in some key topics in English language teaching. Each topic is covered by 2 or 3 short self-study workshops. The topics are process writing, grammar, learning styles and becoming a reflective practitioner.