Full time F2F DELTA Module 2 course at IH Prague

Prague, Czech Republic
10 Dec 2021 - 22 May 2022

Date Location Mode Fee
Fridays 15.30-18 F2F/Online Sat 9-15 Online
Prague, Czech Republic
IH Prague
Full time F2F €1750
Includes the Cambridge Assessment entry fee

About the teacher training centre

IH Prague is large and vibrant school with about 50 English teachers, a large teacher training department, and teachers of German, French, Italian and other languages. It's a very cosmopolitan environment! Training or working within this long established and supportive team will provide a great boost to your career.

A group of 15 Czech English language teachers opened the school in 1988, and we are proud to still be a cooperative, owned by most of the permanent staff. 

IH Prague is conveniently located close to the metro, only 10-minutes’ ride to Wenceslas Square or 20-minutes to Charles Bridge. It is surrounded by a large garden with trees, benches and red squirrels. We also have a library and cafe in an adjoining building. With Prague being such a popular tourist destination, our course participants appreciate being able to live and study in a quiet residential area away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Prague.

What is DELTA Module 2?

DELTA (Diploma in teaching English to speakers of other languages) covers advanced theory and practice to help you develop in your teaching career. You need at least one year’s experience to make the most of it.

There are three modules, which you can take in any order.

DELTA Module 2 is “Developing Professional Practice”.  It is assessed with a portfolio of coursework and assessed lesson observations. Topics covered are:

  • The learner and learning context
  • Preparing to teach
  • Using resources and materials in the classroom
  • Managing and supporting learning
  • Evaluating lesson planning
  • Observing lessons
  • Professional development

For more detail about DELTA and DELTA module 2, read our full guide here.

DELTA Module 2 at IH Prague

We have been training people on CELTA and Delta courses for the past 20 years, but we don’t think we know it all. As a centre we believe we are innovative, open-minded and friendly. We normally run two Delta courses per year and 14 CELTA courses, with approximately 200 graduates.

DELTA students


Being in the very centre of Europe, our course participants come from a wide variety of countries, cultures and backgrounds.

AKCENT International House Prague is one of only a handful of centres in Europe with over 20 years of experience in delivering Cambridge CELTA and Delta courses. As such, we boast an established in-house team of highly experienced teacher trainers and educators.

The school has about 20 classrooms, three of which are dedicated CELTA/Delta classrooms. A modern library with well-stocked CELTA/Delta sections, PCs, printers and photocopiers is available Monday to Friday. For a quick snack, there are vending machines with coffee, cold drinks and sandwiches. 

Prague reception



Accommodation through IH Prague is available for full time courses, with a choice of shared or single flats. The prices range between €500 and €700 for the six week course duration.

Tutors at this training centre

Leona Máslová

I decided I wanted to become a teacher when I was very young, so it has been my whole career. I was an EFL teacher for about 5 years before I became a teacher trainer in 1999. I’ve also done administrative and material writing jobs related to EFL.

To get the most out of the CELTA course, I believe it’s largely about your attitude. If you embrace it with an open mind and focus on what new things you can learn each day, you are more likely to succeed.

Alžběta Polišenská

I started teaching English in 1996. I trained as a CELTA tutor in 2001 and as a DELTA tutor in 2009.

My advice for establishing a fulfilling career in EFL, I advise finding a teaching environment or context that suits you and that enables you to develop. Read a lot and talk about teaching with those who care. Be inquisitive about language and language learning, keep asking questions and look for answers.

Cathy Bowden

I’ve been an EFL teach since 1996 and a teacher trainer since 2003. Before becoming an EFL teacher, I worked in the Civil Service and in a local post office.

To get the most out of the course, I’d advise you to keep organised: organise your handouts, plan when to do different pieces of coursework, don’t leave things to the last minute and set yourself a target for when to get your plans finished by. Also, try to take at least half an hour each day to do something non-CELTA.

Michal Tatarko

I have worked for 10 years as an EFL teacher, and 5 years as a teacher trainer.

I like those 'aha!' moments in the classroom, when my learners realised they wanted to say something and relied on my help to discover the language they needed. Now, I teach my trainees to help learners discover the language rather than explain it to them word by word.

Gregor Kalinowski

I was an EFL teacher for 5 years prior to teaching CELTA, and have taught CELTA for about 10 years.

I like surprising students, at least keeping them on their toes, keeping challenge levels high and the focus on dealing with the challenges on the students. This requires flexibility and constant experimentation in lesson planning – each lesson is a kind of problem that requires its own solution. That, for me, is what is most rewarding about teaching

DELTA student testimonials

The pedagogical side of the course was excellent, and the sessions were clear and informative. Tutors were extremely helpful and always around, even at the weekend. Super friendly and useful feedback. You are set up to succeed. H. Gill


The Delta course is a lot of work, but the tutors at Akcent have worked hard to arrange the schedule so that it’s as balanced as possible. I learned a lot and felt supported all the way through. L. Martin