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TEFL International - Affiliations
Fort Hays State University
All TEFL International certificates issued worldwide are validated by Fort Hays State University.
Located in the state of Kansas, USA, FHSU has over 13,000 students enrolled on hundreds of different certificate and degree programs. These programs include associate's, bachelor's and master's levels spread throughout the university’s 28 academic departments. For more details please visit fhsu.edu.
Fort Hays State University provides a Quality Assurance report on the TEFL International TESOL certificate on a regular basis. All our course graduates will receive a summary of the report from the university, as well as the option of gaining three credits and a transcript from FHSU for a one off payment of US$ 100.
Fort Hays State University, facts and figures:
- A state university (not private) founded in 1902
- Regionally accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Higher Learning Commission
- A member of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities
- A member of the Association of American Colleges and Universities
- Granted the authority to award degrees by the Kansas Board of Regents
- The FHSU program is listed as a best buy by US News and World Report
Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA)
Internexus San Diego dba TESOL Training International announces the receipt of accreditation from the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) for its 10-Week Intensive Program in English as a Second Language and TESOL Training Programs within the USA today. CEA is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a national accreditation agency for English language programs and institutions.
CEA’s mission is to promote excellence in the field of English language teaching and administration through accreditation of intensive English language programs and institutions worldwide. CEA uses 60 widely-held standards to foster continuous program development through a meticulous process of regular self-assessment and peer evaluation to assess each institution.
Internexus San Diego began the accreditation process in October of 2015, attending an intensive workshop to preview CEA’s expectations. Over the next two years, Internexus faculty and staff provided in-depth documentation of course curriculum, participated in intensive interviews and site inspections with representatives from CEA and provided the organization with a comprehensive overview of the 10-Week Intensive Program in English as a Second Language and teacher training.
Only a few other institutions in the U.S. and abroad have achieved CEA’s highly regarded accreditation. Entering this elite group of programs is an intensive process for higher education institutions. The CEA accreditation review team makes arduous demands and deadlines that must be met while simultaneously continuing to offer and improve the flagship ESL program.
The Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a national accrediting agency for English language programs and institutions in the U.S.
Online TESOL and TEFL Standards Agency
All ITTT online TEFL/TESOL courses are fully accredited by the Online TESOL and TEFL Standards Agency (OTTSA). OTTSA is a professional education organization, dedicated to raising industry standards for online TEFL/TESOL teacher-training courses.
Our onsite courses are externally validated and moderated by our board of academic advisors. This board includes several internationally recognized experts in the field of EFL/ESL, as well as dozens of regional language experts. Both international and regional members advise our worldwide staff on a regular basis.
Board members visit our centers throughout the world. TEFL International often hosts workshops and conferences where the board members participate as keynote speakers. These members also advise TEFL International regarding the quality or our training and how we can make positive changes so as to perfect our training in relation to current trends and developments. The board members are not TEFL International moderator, but industry experts who advise our centers and participate in training initiatives.
Local moderators (regional board members) are specially trained and experienced teaching, teacher training and hiring teachers. These members visit our centers on a monthly basis to moderate each course, therefore ensuring each course meets industry standards for that particular region, that it is of a high quality and that trainees are happy with their course. These members are not staff members. They meet with training staff and course participants, review work completed by trainees and ensure center resources are adequate.
ITTT’s parent organisation, TITC, is an institutional member of IATEFL (the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language). See www.iatefl.org for more details of this organization.