Courses & Price List


Teacher Training

MDA College believes that a good teacher is one that aims to always improve their skills and learn more about teaching.

Since 2006, MDA has provided Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and training to its staff and to other interested schools.

CPD packages will include:

- experienced and qualified tutors.
- tailored sessions, based on your context and needs.
- bespoke materials.
- flexible planning options.


- Teaching Mixed Ability classes
- Teaching English Vocabulary
- Teaching Young Learners and Teenagers
- Language Improvement for Teachers
- Adapting course books and set materials
- Error correction
- An Introduction of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)
- An Introduction to different teaching methodologies: CLIL, TBL and the Flipped Classroom.

and many more!



Often, teachers and schools want to take part in professional development courses, but don’t have the time to do all the courses they want.

At MDA College, we offer integrated CPD training, meaning you can complete two courses at one time. As well as our bespoke modules, you can also choose to complete an online training course from Oxford Teachers’ Academy or Cambridge Online Teacher Development. You can also choose to take an online course individually, with full support from our trainers. 

Some of the online courses available are:

Teaching English to  Young Learners
Teaching Grammar
Teaching Vocabulary and Pronunciation
Understanding Assessment
Teaching Learners with Special Educational Needs

and many more! You can find a full list of online teacher training courses here.  

Why should I take an online course to improve my teaching? Online courses are a great way to improve your teaching around work, family and volunteering and are cheaper for individual teachers. These online courses are from the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, so are good quality courses from respected academic institutions that we are proud to work with.

Why should I do an online courses with MDA College? An online programme cannot give you the support and help of a real person. You will be able to email and talk to our trainers to get advice, ask questions and better understand the online information. 



At MDA College, we understand that busy teachers don’t always have time for a full-time course.
If you are a teacher, a volunteer working in ELT or simply want to get some experience in teaching English, we will be running part-time short courses designed to develop your understanding and knowledge. Please contact us for more information.

Our ‘Introduction to English Language Teaching’ course is designed to help trainee or practicing teachers to learn and review how to teach English as a foreign language.

The course will cover:

First and second language acquisition
Understanding how learner differences impact on the classroom
Teaching skills: reading, listening, writing and speaking.
Teaching systems: grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.
Adapting materials
English for Specific Purposes (ESP), exam classes and one-to-one classes.
Observed teaching practice.
To apply, please complete our Teacher Training Application Form.