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ATC Dublin is located in the center of Dublin and offers high-quality English language learning.
ATC Dublin is located in the heart of Dublin City Centre within walking distance of the city’s most popular attractions and fashionable cafés, restaurants, and pubs. The school itself is located in a modern building that has been completely refurbished and upgraded to provide students with the most comfortable city center experience.
ATC Dublin has 16 bright, modern, and spacious classrooms. Each classroom is equipped with advanced audio and audiovisual technologies, including interactive whiteboards that enable teachers to use the latest technology to enhance students’ learning experience. The educators use the internet regularly in the classes giving students practical examples of how to use their language in the 21st Century.
On the 4th floor, there is a relaxation and recreation space for learners. The light filled student common area is a perfect place for the pupils to meet during breaks and after class and arrange their social activities.
There are also computers on the 4th floor where students can prepare and update their CV. The computers can also be used to log in to ATC Dublin's guided e-learning platform where students can monitor their progress and continue their studies.
Students can study and prepare for the Cambridge C1 Advanced Exam with ATC Language Schools. The Cambridge English Qualifications are recognised worldwide by governments, employers, universities and colleges. The exam focuses on the 4 key skills of English, reading, writing, listening and speaking.
ATC’s Cambridge C1 Advanced preparation is 9 or 12 weeks long. The timetable includes 20 hours of lessons per week. The full course will develop the skills students will use during the exam, enhance the students’ comprehension and fluency of using English language and allow them to practice the exam techniques required.
Each Cambridge exam preparation course is planned to align with an exam offered locally, ATC can arrange the exam additionally to the course.
Minimum numbers are required for the course to proceed.
ATC’s Preparatory Certificate in English Language Teaching (ELT) is a short course preparing Irish state-qualified teachers and trainee teachers to teach international students on short English language programmes in Ireland, over the summer months.
This course will help teachers develop their own knowledge of the English language system and gain an insight into the theories of language learning and language teaching.
The course will look at a framework for understanding the different levels of language skills and competencies of learners.
It will explore methodologies and techniques for teaching English as a foreign language to secondary level students at different levels, and will help teachers create and source fun and engaging materials for use in the classroom.
The programme also prepares teachers who may have to teach part or all of their course online.
ATC’s Refresher Course for Language Teachers is a practical course that explores ideas, techniques and resources for language teaching and learning, where the primary focus is on the development of the students’ communciative competence.
Teachers look at ideas for designing engaging, collaborative real-world tasks to help develop the students’ communicative competence across all language skills, and deepen their knowledge of the target language system.
We explore the task-based method that underpins this approach and look at a framework for developing task-based lessons. Teachers will develop lessons and teaching materials appropriate to their teaching context.
The course also introduces teachers to a range of digital resources to support students in independent study, and becoming lifelong language learners.
The aim of this course is to help teachers –
- Explore fresh ideas and techniques for developing engaging, communicative lessons,
- Select and design resources to support students in their communication and in their language development,
- Design tasks which are pedagogically underpinned by a task-based approach,
- Plan and deliver a variety of task-based lessons with confidence.
The school must confirm the availability of your chosen accommodation.
If the selected housing is not available for your dates, the school will offer another accommodation option for you to consider.
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Students attending ATC's Dublin city center school can stay with Irish host families, located in nice, leafy suburbs, close to good public transport. Students travel to and from school by bus, DART (train), or LUAS (tram). Host families for adult students offer single or twin rooms with half-board during the week and full-board at weekends.
It is a very modern student accommodation with single en-suite rooms in shared apartments with a kitchen and lounge.
The apartments are around 30 minutes from the school, both by walking and by public transport.
It is a sleek and modern student accommodation. It is ideally located in Point Village, right in the heart of Dublin’s bustling Docklands area.
Each apartment is fully furnished complete with modern kitchen and dining room. In addition, the residence offers a great social space with a TV, game pods, cinema and a gym.
34-35 South William Street, Dublin 2, Dublin. , Dublin...
4.8 out of 5
I have no complaints for accommodation in the host family. Everything was fine! Unfortunately, I was not able to get to the most interesting outings from the school because they were canceled due to the storm. In-school activities were also quite interesting. Teachers at school are wonderful as a miRead more
I'm very lucky to have my host family. Wonderful hosts and comfortable conditions. I liked the course! We had two teachers in total. The first one I liked very much, but the second one was a bit boring, we studied exclusively by the textbook. The school is very good! Thanks to the administration andRead more
Accommodation in a host family was comfortable. A wonderful woman of the house, I still remember her. On weekends school organized trips and I always took part in them. I was kinda sad that for students who had classes in the evening there weren't any events. A really good method of teaching. IntereRead more