SUHANI S DATTANI
✓ Certified Cambridge Trainer ( CELTA ) - Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults
✓ Post-graduate Diploma in Educational materials
✓ British Council Certified IELTS trainer
✓ Certificate in Creative writing and Journalism
✓ Result oriented trainer Exclusive for Writing and Reading
Suhani S Dattani is an ELT professional who specialises in training for standardised tests for English language proficiency such as IELTS and PTE. Suhani has a CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) awarded by Cambridge University. This UK level 5 qualification has enabled her to gain experience in teaching a variety of English courses ranging from General English to Exam preparation.
Furthermore, Suhani has acquired a Post-graduate Diploma in Educational materials (Instructional Design) which enhances her ability to select and adapt and design curricula for every learner. This familiarity with instructional design has helped Suhani to combine the art of creating engaging learning experiences with the science of how the brain works to the best possible learning outcomes
Suhani has a keen interest in literature and writing which propelled her to pursue a Masters of Art in English Literature, and a Certificate in Creative Writing and Journalism. These combined have helped Suhani to develop in students the necessary communication skills especially with regards to writing skills.
With a perfect score of 210/210 in Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) and an IELTS score of 8.5, Suhani has native-level proficiency in English and a firm grasp of the nuances of a tackling a Cambridge Exam. Suhani has used her keen understanding of these examinations to devise strategies and techniques to enable students to reduce their preparation time for these challenging exams drastically.
In addition, Suhani has specialised in IELTS after obtaining a British Council Certification in IELTS training which coupled with years of experience in teaching for IELTS have deepened her understanding of the exam. Suhani has used these insights to train more than 500 students thus far successfully.