100% Online PT Introduction to Teaching CLIL course at IH OTTI

Online Training
29 Jul 2023 - 26 Aug 2023

Date Location Mode Fee
Online Training
100% Online PT £325

About the teacher training centre

Do you want an online professional development course, no matter where you are in the world?

The IH Online Teacher Training Institute (OTTI) is the teacher training wing of International House World Organisation. We provide online professional development courses for EFL teachers around the world. We have courses for every stage of a teacher’s career, from soon after your initial qualification to DELTA level and management courses. 

Learning online gives you the flexibility to set your own study hours and save money on travel and accommodation.

On our courses you can ‘attend’ whenever (and wherever!) is convenient for you. You don't usually have to attend a live chat or webinar at a specific time, although sometimes there are live "meetups" so you have the chance to chat with your tutor and other classmates. 

To help you there is ongoing support from your tutors in online forums and through individual feedback - and you'll probably find your other course participants are really helpful as well. You are definitely not studying alone, and this tutor and peer support is what our trainees say they like most about our courses. 

Studying Introduction to Teaching CLIL with the IH Online Teacher Training Institute

We have one live session each week so you can really get to know your tutor and fellow course participants.

Course participants join us from all over the world, so we'll do our best to agree a time that suits most people, and the tutor. It will be on a weekday and probably around midday UK time as that usually works well for most locations. If we have a lot of students in different time zones, we'll have two different sessions to accommodate this. In any case, sessions will be recorded if you can't make it. 

Apart from this, you'll be doing the rest of your study whenever (and wherever!) is convenient for you. The course is designed to fit around the lifestyle of somebody who is already working, and who has other commitments, so it's as flexible as possible. 

You'll be sent some preparatory information before the course starts, then course material is made available at the start of each module (usually at the weekend) and it is up to you to access the material and complete the tasks. Therefore, there is some self-discipline required.

The more you put into the course in terms of your time spent researching, completing tasks, and taking part in the discussion forums, the more you will get out of it. You will of course have support from other course participants and your tutors in online forums and through individual feedback. 

Introduction to Teaching CLIL

For full details about what you will learn, the course content, FAQ, and more click below.

Full course information


For those currently working in an International House school there is a staff discount making the fee £276.

There is a loyalty discount of 10% applicable if you have completed a course with IH OTTI in the last 12 months.  


For both business and individuals located in the UK we have to add 20% VAT. This means the fee is £390, or £331.20 if you are IH staff.


Tutors at this training centre

Shaun Wilden

Shaun Wilden is the online course manager for the IH Online Teacher Training Institute. He will be your first port of call when booking an OTTI course. He has been in the ELT industry for more than 30 years, but these days is more of an education technologist, holding an MA in technology and education. He heads up our fantastic team of experienced OTTI tutors based around the world. Read more about them below.

Katja Preston

Katja Preston is the IH Online Teacher Training Institute Coordinator and handles the administrative side of the centre. She has been in ELT for nearly two decades and has lived on every continent (apart from Antarctica!) and worked in a very broad range of schools. Her experience includes one-to-one specialist English classes with adults in Chile, mixed level groups of 35 Korean primary school students, residential summer camps with Thai teenagers, and teacher training with minimal resources in rural Tanzania.