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ITTT’s world class onsite TEFL certification course is an excellent way to earn a quality certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. The course is classroom based and takes place over a period of four weeks during this period trainees receive instruction in English language concepts and teaching methodology. The course also contains a considerable amount of practical teaching practice, giving trainees valuable classroom time along with feedback from our experienced, dedicated trainers. Upon successful completion of the course participants receive an internationally recognized TEFL qualification. The course is available at over 30 fascinating locations around the world including China, Thailand, Italy and the United States. The course consists of more than 120 hours of study time including 6 to 10 hours of observed teaching practice. During the course you will work on six main areas. These include: Teaching Practice, Foreign Language Experience, Language Awareness, Teaching Techniques, Student Profile and Materials Project. The teaching practice gives trainees the opportunity to teach real students and receive feedback on their lessons from our trainers.


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 about most common problem situations that can occur during lessons. Dealing with reluctant students, teaching in large classes and students in one class who are not on the same level - these are situations which will happen often during teaching career. This part of a course was really important because I've learned how to deal with them in a proper way.This unit focuses on the relationship between the teacher and the students. In order to motivate the students the teacher must involve the students equally, correct the students in a gentle manner, and have a good subject knowledge of the lesson. This unit also focuses on the age groups and levels of learning, and also the differences between adult and young learners.


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