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How to choose a TEFL course

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Do you want to get certified to teach abroad, but aren’t sure how to choose a TEFL course?

In only 5 minutes this short video breakdowns the qualities of a reputable Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) course, and explains what to look for and avoid when it comes to choosing the TEFL certification that’s right for you.

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4 thoughts on “How to choose a TEFL course

    • Hello Ayesha,

      Thank you for your comment! There are no prerequisites to enroll in the TEFL Online course and you may do so at any time and begin the course instantly. The program is 100% online and there are no in-class or scheduled components to the course. To review our course brochure, please visit: https://teflonline.teachaway.com/tefl-online-program-brochure/

      The 100 hour course is $995.00, the 120 hour course is $1,295.00 and the 150 hour course is $1,495.00. From now until January 19, 2017 you can save $100 on the 120 and 150-hour TEFL Online courses. To view the complete offer details and to get the course discount visit: https://teflonline.teachaway.com/enroll/

      If you have any other questions please let us know!

      Best,
      Christie

  1. Dear Sir/Madam

    Thank you for the information, which is very useful. I would like to choose one of the offered online courses. However, as I did CELTA last August -September I cannot afford a new course now.

    Could you kindly inform me if CELTA is recognized as a “TEFL certification” by the University of Toronto?

    If I am given a chance to start working abroad I plan to do some courses to improve my teaching skills. I am even ready to start working on a PhD.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards

    Nino Kvartskhava

    • Hello Nino,

      Thank you for your message. I can see you are very interested in teaching English as a second/foreign language. Although CELTA and TEFL are different they have many commonalities as well. For this reason, when applying for jobs employers are not likely to expect you to have two English teaching qualifications.

      If you have further questions please do not hesitate to respond to us!

      Best,
      Christie

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