The Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) is a test of the skills you need to be successful in teaching English to speakers of other languages. It is suitable for teachers of all age groups and abilities. There are various test modules available.
Teaching Qualifications - Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT)
Who should take this exam?
TKT gives you an internationally accepted qualification that proves your language-teaching abilities. The qualification is suitable if you are a new teacher and want to build your confidence and skills, or if you are an experienced teacher and want to specialise in a certain area, or are starting to teach English for the first time.
TKT is also a good foundation if you want to study for a further qualification in teaching English, such as the CELTA or Delta.
You don’t need any formal English qualifications to take the test.
What modules are available?
You can choose to take any of the TKT modules in combination or on their own.
Core modules 1-3
- TKT Module 1: Background to language teaching
- TKT Module 2: Planning for language teaching
- TKT Module 3: Classroom management
- TKT Knowledge about language (KL)
- TKT Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
- TKT Young Learners (YL)
Sitting for TKT exams in Serbia
Register for Cambridge TKT exams in Serbia.
Find out when and where you can sit for Cambridge TKT exams in Serbia and the examination fees.
What to expect on exam day?
Results for paper based exams are available between four and six weeks after you take the exam and computer based two weeks after you take the exam.
Why take your Cambridge TKT exams with the British Council?