Cambridge Delta (level 7 Ofqual)

Develop. Grow. Succeed.

The Delta consists of 3 independent modules, which can be taken separately or in combination on ALS Delta Centre’s full-time courses. You receive a (Pass, Merit or Distinction) certificate for each module you complete successfully, and when you have passed all three you receive a certificate of your overall Delta qualification (see below).

Cambridge Delta Modules 1, 2, 3

new part-time course

ALS House Delta Centre (GR091 & GR092)

We are pleased to announce the new Cambridge Delta Modules 1,2,3 course programme:

It starts on Monday 24 January 2022 and it ends on Wednesday 30 November 2022.  Bookings for the Cambridge Delta full course (Modules 1,2,3) have started and places are available for candidates to apply for and the course will stay open until these have been filled. 


MODULEs 1,2,3  

Format: Online (Zoom platform) and/or face to face

Course trainers: Dr Paschalis Chliaras FHEA, Cambridge Delta Main Course Tutor; Alistair Barnes, ACT;  Neil Anderson, ACT; Ben Hammond, ACT; Alexandra Green, (M1 Trainer)

Frequency of input (GMT):  

  • Delta Module 2: Thursday 9am-12pm OR Saturday 12-3pm

  • Delta Module 1: Monday 9-10.30am

  • Delta Module 3: Monday 10.30am-12pm

Professor with Students
College Lecture

Module 2 (8 weeks)

ALS House Delta Centre (GR091 & GR092)

Format: Online (Zoom platform) and/or face-to-face

Duration of the course: The Module 2 course involves 220 learning hours, 120 of which are contact hours with the tutors and 100 independent learning hours. 

Course dates: March 1st-April 29th, 2022

Course trainers: Dr Paschalis Chliaras FHEA, Cambridge Delta Main Course Tutor, Alistair Barnes, ACT, Neil Anderson, ACT, Ben Hammond, ACT

Frequency of input:  Monday through Friday 9am-12pm (GMT)

Modules 1,3

ALS House Delta Centre Ltd

Delta Module 1 course

Format: Online 1to1 (Zoom platform)

Duration of the course: 36 hours

Dates: all year round

Frequency of input: tailor-made course

Delta Module 3 course

Format: Online 1to1 (Zoom platform)

Dates: all year round

Frequency of input: tailor-made course


Who is Delta for?

  • English language teachers who have been teaching for at least one year

  • English language teachers who want to progress into more senior roles such as head of English and teacher training

  • Experienced teachers who want to extend their expertise in a specialist area

  • First-language English speakers and non-first language speakers who have a CEFR Level of high C1 or above.

DELTA is suitable for teaching any age group, from young learners to adults.


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11th floor, Office number 11.094

+44(0)7552119512 | 01503770851


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