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Our 60-hour introduction to TEFL course is a popular choice for people who want an insight into Teaching English as a Foreign Language, as well as those who are planning to work as a volunteer in the TEFL field. One of the many attractive features of this online course is that you will have the flexibility to proceed at a pace that suits you. You will also receive the benefit of our unique support service for the duration of your EFL teaching career.
Once you have enrolled on the 60-hour course you will receive an email containing the log-in details that will take you to your personal, restricted area of our online system. From your restricted area you will have access to the course materials which can be read online or downloaded to your own computer.
After you have studied the materials for each unit your understanding of it will be assessed, allowing you to move on to the next unit. Once you have successfully completed all the units, you will graduate from the course and receive your introduction to TEFL certificate.
Our 60-hour course provides a solid introduction to the world of Teaching English as a Foreign Language. The course has been designed to give you the essential skills and knowledge you will need to take your first steps in the classroom.
Please note that many employers will insist on their teachers having a certificate of 120 hours or more (see our 120-hour certificate course here).
As an introductory level course, the materials for the 60-hour course focus solely on the teaching skills that are required to deliver a successful lesson in the classroom. The areas that are covered include teaching theories and methodologies, classroom management, lesson planning and how to test and evaluate your students’ progress. This short format course does not cover language awareness and certain other important components that are included in our 120-hour course.
The course is divided into ten separate units that have been designed to gradually build up your knowledge, without overwhelming you with information. Thanks to this design you should be able to comfortably work your way through the materials at a pace that suits your learning style and personal circumstances.
The course is designed to be as flexible as possible. You are given up to six months to complete all the units, and within this time frame you are free to work at whatever pace you want.
At ITTT we pledge to give you all the help and assistance we can to ensure you find a TEFL job upon completion of your online course. These support services include:
We provide these services to you indefinitely throughout your teaching career.
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