TESOL Certification Course

TESOL Course

Today’s language learning classroom is multicultural, multilingual and multi-skilled. Through internationally recognized certifications, you will acquire the latest must-have teaching skills and best educational practices to support different learning needs and styles.

What Does TESOL Stand For?

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. This term is used for both the TEFL and TESL situations, where the mother tongue of students is not English.

Course Details

120-hour course for 10 consecutive weeks, including 60 hours of practical and observed teaching practice. This certificate course is ideal for those who wish to gain a fast qualification which will provide them with the initial survival skills needed in the classroom. Average group size of 8 students.

To Non-native Speakers Of English

The course is available to non-native speakers of English. Your tutors will tell you that some of their most successful course members have been non-native speakers. Non-native speakers need to have an equivalent level of English as IELTS 6.5 or C1 (advanced level).

Job Prospects

English as a foreign language is a huge industry employing hundreds of thousands of teachers in almost every country of the world. Your tutors themselves have trained hundreds of teachers who are currently employed in a wide variety of locations.

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