The fact that a college can be around for 25 years and that it has 50 over partner schools worldwide shows that its goodwill is firmly established. Also, I am aware that many TESOL graduates from the London Teacher Training College are currently teaching with private institutions like Kaplan Singapore and EASB Institute of Management. Some of them even managed to secure jobs in International Schools
like Hwa Chong Int'l School and ACS Int'l School. It is also amazing that many of the former ITE trainers have upgraded themselves with the LTTC Diploma in TESOL and they are now WDA trainers for the Workplace Literacy course in several CETs.
The London Teacher Training College has been more recognised than before, especially when it is accredited by ASET, UK; and also it is now accepted for credit transfer to the Master of Science in Education (Major in TEFL) offers by the Nova Southeastern University, Florida, USA. However, it is stressed that anyone who wishes to pursue the MSc program must also have a first degree, which is a common requirement for any US university.
I am confident that LTTC Diploma in TESOL is internationally recognised. The only difference is how the local provider is delivering the program. A good provider will never compromise to standard and quality, such as, reducing the total training hours to anything lesser than 120 hours. I understand that any standard TESOL course according to international standard should be at least 120 hours or more. Otherwise, there will be problems pertaining to progression of studies later.
Also, I have checked with ISC Education Centre personally and know that they are a serious provider which they will provide enough hours for both theory and practicum. I also like the research component which the Professor in ISC has implemented and endorsed by LTTC. I am actually making an enquiry for my friend who is interested in the program. Because I have already done my Master of Education, I know that research is often promoted as a powerful form of professional development for teachers.