Become a ARTA Certified Training Professional and teach for ARTA in your regional area.
Carefully screened certified ARTA Certified teachers
We have developed a certification program that we feel better prepares current and new instructors in the field of Accent Reduction.
Online 24×7 teaching
Now you can recruit new students from the comfort of your home or office.
Due to the overwhelming response of ARTA Certified teachers registering with ARTA, we now offer a certification for any teacher who wishes to apply and meets the criteria. Certifications in your field of expertise are welcomed but not required to qualify. Enrollment is currently being offered for a limited time. Please note: Only ARTA Certified applicants who meet the teacher credentials criteria will be considered. Teachers who are certified and carefully screened live experts who hold certifications and/or degrees in related subjects including; voice training, singing, Esl, linguistics, English, TOEFL, acting, speech pathology, personal coaches, corporate trainers and select undergraduates from accredited universities.
Extensive Accent Reduction Certification Process
ARTA Certified teachers must complete a rigorous application and certification process. They must have teaching experience, display mastery of subject, a pre screening resume, and demonstration of Live audio/video teaching skills in their specialized field, via the ARTA LMS learning site.
Secure quality sessions
ARTA offers the highest quality standards of technology and training expertise, with an administrative staff from the countries top Graduate Business School Programs. ARTA certification applicants will work in a dynamic interactive secure online classroom, and no personal information is exchanged between teachers and students. Teachers are also assigned project managers who regularly review their live sessions.
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Teachers that have taken ARTA training tell us that the tips and techniques learned as part of ARTA professional development have made them more effective in their face-to-face classrooms.
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