How to get qualified in TEFL/TESOL?

 

Our in-class 4 week TEFL/TESOL certification courses are 100% classroom based and can be taken at one of our international centers. This course gives you the opportunity to learn the theories and classroom methodologies of TEFL/TESOL. Throughout this course trainees are given the opportunity to teach real students of English in an authentic and practical setting. All teaching practice is observed by qualified trainers who provide constructive feedback. Our online courses include the 60-hour and the 120-hour certificate courses, with or without tutors. We also offer our specialized Certificate in Teaching Business English and our Certificate in Teaching English to Young Learners. ITTT also offers an advanced online TEFL Diploma course. Another option is our combined course which offers the main benefits of both the online and in-class certification courses. To find out more about ITTT's courses and how to become qualified in TEFL/TESOL follow the link above.


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.

This Unit was very different because of the two videos. They were interesting to watch. the first one seemed to drag by and the teacher was very hard to hear and to understand for me. The smile on the teacher's face brightened the beginning of the second movie and made a person feel like they were in a warm inviting room, therefore they wanted to participate in the lesson.This unit covers different learners you may run into as an English Language teacher, including children, business professionals, and working one-on-one with a student. The chapter explains various approaches, challenges, and advantages to working with each of these different groups. I like that the book offers some ideas and resources to use when working with these groups.


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