TEFL (TESOL) Certificate

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Course Overview

Learn to teach English online or abroad by earning an internationally-recognised TEFL/TESOL certificate. There is no prior experience required!

Welcome to the Teaching English as a Foreign Language course. This course is intended for anyone wishing to work as an English as a foreign language teacher for either adults or children in both classroom and one-to-one teaching environments.

English is one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world, and demand for qualified language teachers is high. Salaries in some of the top-paying countries exceed $5000 per month, making teaching English an extremely lucrative career choice, as well as one that offers incredible flexibility and travel opportunities.

You will be introduced to the different roles and responsibilities within a classroom, theories of language learning and acquisition and methods for delivering language training, as well as practical skills such as facilitating learning for groups and individuals and behaviour management. Finally, you will learn about the professional responsibilities of a teacher, from promoting equality and diversity in learning to continuous professional development and the coaching and mentoring role of teachers.

Most lessons include workbook activities designed to get you to think about the topics covered in the lesson and their relationship to teaching practice. You will be prompted to pause the videos while you complete the activities in the course workbook, and you are encouraged to make notes as you go along. The lessons will be followed by a multiple-choice quiz, for which the pass percentage is 75 percent.
Course Name: TEFL (TESOL) Certificate.
Study Method: 100% Online.
Access to content :365 days.
Course Duration CPD: 120 Hours/Points.
Entry Requirements: No Entry Requirements.
Start Date: Ongoing.
Endorsed By: West Master Business Management College/ Career Development College London, /Accord Business English.
Accredited By: CPD.
Certificate: Yes.
Fee & Payment: £40.
Other information: Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in the price Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

What students will learn in this course?

  • Your TEFL/TESOL certification is the key to a successful and rewarding career in English language teaching. Our online accredited TEFL/TESOL course was created by a teacher with over 10 years of English teaching experience. She will demonstrate to you:
  • Methods of instruction and English grammar
  • How to keep your students interested and engaged
  • How to organise your lessons
  • Where to look for TEFL teaching positions
  • Suggestions for surviving job interviews
  • The best way to prepare for life in a foreign culture

Career Path

Teaching English in schools and colleges
Provide training for those working in the hospitality and tourism industries in non-English speaking countries who cater to English-speaking tourists.
Work as a teaching assistant in a school setting.
Freelance English teacher or online tutor.

Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone who wants to teach English to speakers of other languages, whether at home, abroad or online
People looking for a way to make money while travelling
Teachers looking for a refresher course or seeking new methods and lesson plans for their students
People working as an au pair, nanny or childminder who want to offer a new service to their clients
Students looking for an interesting working holiday abroad
People interested in education and educating others
Volunteer English teachers working overseas
Anyone who wants to learn more about the structure of language, linguistics and English grammar

What’s Included in This Course:

  • Work book
  • Video
  • Certificate of Completion

120 Hour TESOL/TEFL Course Syllabus

Lesson 1: Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities in Teaching
Lesson 2: Assessment and the Learning Journey
Lesson 3: Planning Lessons and Resources
Lesson 4: Facilitating Learning for Groups
Lesson 5: Facilitating Learning for Individuals
Lesson 6: Personal, Social, Cultural Factors That Affect Language Acquisition and Use
Lesson 7: Theories and Principles Relating to Learning English as a Second Language
Lesson 8: Managing Challenging Behaviour and Setting Ground Rules
Lesson 9: Promoting Equality and Diversity
Lesson 10: Opportunities and Challenges of Teaching English to Children and Adults
Lesson 11: Continuous Professional Development and Reflection in Teaching Practice
Lesson 12: Coaching and Mentoring for Language Learners
Lesson 13: Working as a TEFL teacher