Shane Training Centre


Shane Training Centre has been providing English language teaching and training for almost 40 years. Shane Training Centre is the only Trinity accredited training centre in Japan and is dedicated to promoting and fostering teacher training and development.


Our goal is to provide focused training to ensure teachers are the best they can be and for continued professional development. 


More confident teachers lead to more teacher satisfaction, thus giving the best learning experience to the learners. 


What can we offer?

We offer the Trinity Cert TESOL course as a 6 month part-time or 4 week full-time course and the TCL Diploma TESOL as a blended learning course. 


Both are internationally recognised EFL teaching qualifications and fully moderated by Trinity College London ( and open doors to careers, promotions and greater job satisfaction.


1. The Trinity Cert TESOL (level 5 on the UK National Qualification Framework) is an initial teacher training qualification, perfect for teachers with limited formal training and/or those looking to develop and refine their skills. 

For full details please see the Trinity College website.


2. The Trinity Diploma TESOL (Level 7 on the UK National Qualification Framework) is a post graduate designed for experienced teachers looking to improve and develop their skills and understanding of English language teaching and learning. It is very useful for career development. 

For full details please see the Trinity College website.


We also offer bespoke training courses specifically designed for specific teachers, institutions and learners.


We are currently recruiting for our 2020 courses and still have some places available both on the CertTESOL and Diploma Courses starting in January. 


If you are would like more details, an application pack, or a chance to meet and discuss the courses and your options etcplease feel free to contact me at any time.


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