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Obtaining your TEFL qualification with the TEFL Institute of Ireland guarantees learners lifetime support and unlimited access to our jobs board and listings – an essential first step in your TEFL career. The online teaching market is booming and there is an ever-increasing demand for online teachers on a daily basis!

The TEFL Institute of Ireland also provides students with a range of exclusive resources that cover everything from CV writing tips to expert job-hunting tips/
Boost your earning potential by giving your CV that competitive advantage and enrol onto 3 independent courses as a part of this Ultimate Online Teacher courses. The courses include:

Part 1: 120-hour Premier TEFL Course

As part of the advanced online TEFL course, your core studies centre around ten full modules of expert teacher training. This is the minimum you need to become an online teacher.

Part 2: 30-hour Teaching Young Learners

A booming population of young learners has opened up the market for online TEFL teachers. There are thousands of opportunities for teaching children and this course will give you everything you need to become a fun and creative tutor to your little students.

Part 3: 30-hour Teaching English Online

Along with becoming TEFL certified, what will truly set you apart is taking a course in specifically becoming certified in teaching English online. With our 30-hour Teaching English Online course, you will exceed standard expectations and stand out in your application. Our course walks you through every aspect of teaching English online!

Who can take this course?

You are a native or a fluent speaker of English
You are looking to set your own working hours
Interested in teaching from the comfort of your own home
You are looking to travel & earn at the same time

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The Accreditation Council for Distance Learning (ACDL) have strict standards to which course providers must conform. It’s not just the quality of our courses that the ACDL assesses, but the whole process from start to finish. Our ACDL specific course accreditation means that the course has passed a rigorous evaluation and continues to be monitored regularly. Average completion time: 5-6 weeks

Enrolling onto the Ultimate Online Teacher course

Course benefits

  • 180 hour Accredited Online Training
  • 3 Courses included in the package: 120 Hour Premier TEFL course, 30 Hour Teaching English Online, 30 Hour Teaching Young Learners.
  • 3 Internationally recognized certificates upon a completion
  • TEFL training approved by TQUK & ACDL Accredited
  • Personal online TEFL tutor support
  • Lifetime qualification
  • Internationally recognized certificate
  • Downloadable TEFL coursebook
  • Letter of reference
  • Lifetime TEFL job hunting advice
  • 24/7 access to our student portal
  • 6 months of study time
  • Access to our Alumni Group
  • Access to your course via TEFL on the Go app!
  • Certificate verification for your online employer
  • 14 Day money back guarantee!
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When you enrol onto our 180 Hour Advanced TEFL Course, receive a free guide about Teaching English Online FREE (Valued at €29).

Verified Student Reviews

Darragh Murray
Darragh M.
12:53 30 Sep 20
Did a 120 hour course with TEFL.It was a brilliant experience. Our tutor, Michelle was so nice and made us feel all at ease. It is also a great way to meet the virtual class and we have remained in touch to organise practice meetings of our own. We were given great resource material and also links to jobs avaliabilties.If you ever have a query, the TEFL websites webchat are extremely helpful and respond back very fast.Im am confident and am looking forward to my journey as a fully qualified TEFL.Thank you so much all!Darragh :)
Stephen Duffy
Stephen D.
15:59 28 Sep 20
The 10 Hour Virtual TEFL course included practical teaching which is good training for teaching online and traditional classroom teaching. I am happy to have completed this course, it was a good experience. I would highly recommend the TEFL Institute of Ireland.
Jennifer Kenny
Jennifer K.
13:50 28 Sep 20
I have just completed the 120 hour course and the 30 hour advanced grammar course. I cannot recommend it enough. It was a great way to keep my mind active and learn new things. I am looking forward to putting what i have learnt to good use.
Ciara Irwin
Ciara I.
18:37 27 Sep 20
Easy to get TEFL qualification
Joy A
Joy A
13:11 26 Sep 20
I just completed the 120 Hour Online TEFL course along with the 30 Hour Teaching Online course and I'm so glad that I did them. I had wanted to study this with years and when the lockdown came I was looking for something to do so I said why not?The course was brilliant, everything was so well layed out with all the information you needed. They provided plenty of links to resources that can be used when teaching English which I thought was really handy to have. There was also great communication - I knew that if I had any problem I only had to ask for help.I'm really glad I did this course and would 100% recommend it to anyone who was think about teaching English!
John Mooney
John M.
15:53 25 Sep 20
The app was great to use on the go and gave me plenty of time to complete my course. I would definitely recommend this company
Celeste Barnard
Celeste B.
12:00 25 Sep 20
I am in the process completing the 120 hour TEFL Ireland course. I want to extend my thanks to the team at TEFL Ireland for the amazing support, encouragement and prompt service. The course itself is easy to follow, well laid out and comprehensive. There are additional webinars which help with all aspects of teaching and progressing. Super people I have not felt alone on this journey to becoming a TEFL teacher! Thanks to all!
conor quearney
conor Q.
10:53 24 Sep 20
I just finished the 10 hour practice teaching online class course. This was a brilliant course to do with like minded people all working towards the same goal for different reasons. Our teacher was kind and engaging and very patient.I could not recommended it more for anyone who is considering teaching in class or online this will accommodate both.It's a good ice breaker to get rid of the nerves you may have on teaching.

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120 Hour TEFL Course

Module 1: Introduction to TEFL

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Increase your awareness of the use of English around the world today.
  • Recognise the varying factors of motivation and needs of English learners.
  • Grasp the historic development of ELT theories, methods and practices and how they have influenced current ELT approaches.
  • Use the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) to familiarise yourself with the different learner levels and competencies.
Module 2: The role of the teacher

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Hold a strong understanding of how to become an effective ESL teacher.
  • Gain knowledge to carry out the best classroom management practices.
  • Put your learning to practice with a range of teaching techniques.
  • Master how to adapt your teaching style to cater for different teaching environments.
Module 3: Organizing and managing to learn

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Train in how to create different lesson plans.
  • Gain a full understanding of the many aspects involved in lesson planning (e.g outlining the goal of the lesson and adapting the lesson to the student profile).
  • Study alternative lesson plan models, using the knowledge for different class styles.
  • Become comfortable with following a curriculum or timetable and work your lessons around these factors
  • Familiarise yourself with the likelihood of using prescribed materials and resources, affecting your own lesson plans
Module 4: Teaching Grammar

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Gain a full understanding of the term ‘grammar’.
  • Learn how to recognise the grammar level of a student.
  • Recognise the pros and cons of teaching grammar.
  • Study the historical development of grammar and the use of grammar in English today.
  • Gain a strong understanding of the current English grammar system.
  • Understand different approaches to presenting grammar.
  • Build a foundation of varying approaches in teaching grammar.
  • Be able to teach grammar in fluency and accuracy focused styles.
Module 5: Teaching vocabulary

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Recognise the significance of teaching vocabulary.
  • Acquire an appreciation for teaching students vocabulary and how the vocabulary is taught.
  • Gain a strong understanding of the numerous layers of English vocabulary, such as lexical chunks.
  • Discover how to present vocabulary and lexical chunks in varying ways.
  • Attain numerous methods of practising vocabulary.
  • Recognise the need to record and re-use vocabulary.
Module 6: Teaching pronunciation

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Be aware of pronunciation difficulties faced by English students.
  • Familiarise yourself with the work involved in producing sounds, words and longer utterances.
  • Study the numerous phonological sounds.
  • Discover numerous activities and styles in teaching pronunciation.
Module 7: Teaching receptive skills

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Recognise the difference between receptive and productive skills and how to be an effective reader and listener.
  • Understand the primary foundations of teaching reading and listening.
  • Be taught how to create an effective reading or listening comprehension exercise.
  • Master the importance of further learning outside the classroom e.g reading and listening.
Module 8: Teaching productive skills

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Gain an understanding of the importance of writing and speaking English, using this knowledge in the classroom.
  • Develop techniques in teaching the principles of writing and speaking English.
  • Take in numerous teaching techniques in writing and speaking classes.
  • Add writing and speaking activities to your teaching repertoire.
Module 9: Teaching English of different purposes

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Understand the motives behind each student in learning English.
  • Have the ability to adapt your lessons in teaching very young learners up to teenagers.
  • Enhance your knowledge of international English language examinations and how to focus your teaching on helping students with these exams.
  • Learn about teaching business English and topic-specific English.
Module 10: From course to the classroom

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Preparation on planning and applying for your first TEFL job.
  • Recognise the importance of boosting your teaching resume with different resources.
  • Training on entering the job market and how to develop professionally.
  • Identify new ways to improve your teaching style.

30 Hour Teaching Young Learners Specialist Course

Module 1: Introduction to Teaching Young Learners

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Have reviewed the role of English as a global language and the increase in young learners accessing English language learning.
  • Have discussed student motivation and learning needs of different age groups.
  • Have a greater awareness of how to adapt your teaching to teach very young learners, young learners and teenagers.
Module 2: The role of the teacher

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Have considered a range of practical classroom management techniques designed to manage teaching and learning.
  • Have considered a range of suggestions, routines and procedures designed to maintain classroom discipline.
  • Have considered how teaching techniques can be adapted to cater for different teaching contexts.
  • Have considered some important safeguarding and child protection information to help you deal with welfare concerns.
Module 3: Teaching grammar and vocabulary

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Have considered different approaches to teaching grammar.
  • Have reviewed different activities and techniques to teach grammar to young learners at different ages.
  • Have reviewed different activities and techniques to teach vocabulary to young learners at different ages.
Module 4: Teaching receptive skills

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Understand the difference between receptive and productive skills.
  • Understand the main principles of teaching reading and listening skills.
  • Be able to select suitable reading and listening activities for different age groups.
  • Know how to stage a reading or listening comprehension activity.
  • Understand the importance of extensive reading and listening outside class.
Module 5: Teaching productive skills

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Understand what is involved in being an effective writer or speaker.
  • Understand the main principles of teaching writing and speaking skills.
  • Know how to stage writing or speaking activities.
  • Be familiar with a range of writing and speaking activities appropriate to young learners at different age groups.
Assessment

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Includes end of course test with multiple questions, requiring a pass mark of 80% or above.

30 Hour Teaching English Online Specialist Course

Module One

In module one, you will learn all about your virtual classroom. You’ll start by learning all of the necessary tools you will need to succeed as an online teacher. Besides, we’ll walk you through all of the different platforms you would use as a teacher so that even if you aren’t tech-savvy, you can still succeed! Lastly, we will walk you through how to set up your virtual classroom and recommend some tools to make your life as a virtual teacher easier.

Module Two

Next, we will discuss your role as a teacher, including the different classes you may teach from different levels to subjects (i.e. business English). Also, we walk you through separate classroom management tips to make the most of your time together!

Module Three

In the third module, we discuss teaching one-on-one and in small groups. As an online teacher, the majority of your classes will be with one-on-one courses or small groups of students (3-4), depending on the company you work for. To begin, we give you the pros and cons of teaching one-on-one classes as well as some tips on how to succeed in an individual level. Next, we dive into the actual lessons themselves and different activities that you can use in your virtual classroom. Besides, we give you various topics and examples based on age groups, language level, and course type.

Module Four

In the fourth module, we will teach you how to deliver practical lessons to your students. We start by discussing different delivery methods that you can use before giving you various resources to use to help you plan, prepare, and deliver your lesson. Besides, we will walk you through the seven steps to creating a successful lesson plan as well as provide you with examples of course.

ACDL Accreditation Council for Distance Learning

ACDL - Accreditation number: 2854-2540

The TEFL institute of Ireland is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Distance Learning (ACDL), an accreditation body which specialises in distance learning courses. Thus our accreditation by ACDL reflects the high quality distance learning offered by the TEFL institute.

To learn more, visit their website: ACDL

TQUK (Training Qualifications UK)

Approved center number: C000854

The TEFL Institute of Ireland is a fully approved training centre. All of our course materials have been externally and independently approved, endorsing our brand as one of high standards and excellence. TQUK, an Ofqual (The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) regulated awarding body.

To learn more about TQUK and their checks and standards, visit their website: TQUK

Ofqual (The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation)

The Office of Qualifications and Examinations

Regulation (Ofqual) regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments in England and vocational qualifications in Northern Ireland.

To learn more about Ofqual or to verify TQUK status, visit their website: Ofqual

Support & Guidance

At the TEFL Institute, we place our students at the forefront of our work. Therefore, we offer full support and guidance through training to finally launching our teachers into the TEFL industry. Whats more, our staff are experts when it comes to providing the right information and advice as you move forward. So consider us your TEFL guardians.

Quality and Experience

As leaders in the TEFL industry, our students benefit from training that has been developed over a number of years. In fact, internationally recognised and accredited by ACDL, the quality of our online TEFL course will launch you into your TEFL career.

Value

Enrolling on our fully accredited online TEFL course will give you the best value for your time and money. We know that each customer has different needs and expectations. So we offer promotions and sales on all of our courses and internships throughout the year.

Karen C.

I have started my TEFL course and already I am finding it very informative. I chose your course in particular because my older brother also did the 120 hour course and loved it. He also praised the support in job searches he received from your team. He found placement in Spain very easily with the help of your team and he commended the support that he received along the way.

Clodagh

I have always been interested in doing a TEFL course and with all this spare time on our hands at the moment I thought it was great time for me to do the course. I chose the TEFL Institute of Ireland because it is trusted by employers worldwide and has a great reputation so I trust that I will benefit the most out of this course.

Eva

I chose TEFL institute of Ireland for my course, after doing plenty of research on other sites I just felt that this was the most reliable for me. Plenty of sites charge a bomb for the same content so the good value was a big factor! Also through looking at your site I saw that it offered so much support, and past pupil stories. I felt it would be the best in regards to offering help if I needed it, and through joining the jobs board I’m confident it will guide me in the right path for a dream job abroad!

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Level 5 mean?

A Level 5 TEFL course is one that is regulated by Ofqual according to their qualifications framework. Another Level 5 teaching qualification is the CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Once qualified with a Level 5 TEFL qualification, you’ll have access to the most competitive jobs worldwide.

What does regulated mean?

A regulated qualification means that it is officially recognised by the government and sits on the Ofqual Register of Regulated Qualifications.

What is a TEFL certification?

The “Teaching English as a Foreign Language” (TEFL) certificate, is the most commonly accepted certificate worldwide. This certificate allows you to teach English to non-native speakers across the globe. The main qualifications to get a TEFL is to have the ability to speak English at a native-level and then complete a course. You can complete a TEFL course either online or in a classroom. The different courses vary based on the number of hours it takes to complete.

How do I get a TEFL certificate?

The minimum required worldwide is to have at least the 120 Hour TEFL training.

You can choose between fully accredited TEFL courses, Government Regulated Level 5 TEFL courses or combined TEFL courses. View all our courses here.

Online TEFL courses are the most affordable & flexible way to launch your teaching career. This is a perfect way to study theoretical material at your own time & your own pace.

Combined TEFL courses are offering both online & in-class studying. They are a fantastic opportunity to get two TEFL certificates (theoretical & practical). You will learn your theory from online material and then practice it with other teachers during the 10-hour practical session, accompanied and lectured by an experienced TEFL teacher.

Before you choose your TEFL certificate, be aware to check if:

  • It is fully accredited & recognised worldwide.
  • You will gain at least 120 hours of training.
  • You will have a tutor’s assistance.
  • It is approved by an official body, such as TQUK & Ofqual in the United Kingdom.
  • Make sure to check TEFL provider reviews on Google or
  • You will have job support after completion.

What is the difference between TEFL/TESOL/CELTA?

TEFL – “Teaching English as a Foreign Language” certificate, is the most commonly accepted certificate worldwide. This certificate allows you to teach English to non-native speakers across the globe. The main qualifications to get a TEFL is to have the ability to speak English at a native-level and then complete a course. You can complete a TEFL course either online or in a classroom. The different courses vary based on the number of hours it takes to complete.

TESOL – “Teaching English as a Second Language” aka TESL. Similar to TESOL students, as a TESL teacher, you would likely be teaching English in your home country to students who have moved or live in an English speaking country. In other words, they are continuously surrounded by the language and will be using it everyday outside of the classroom, unlike TEFL students who are likely learning in their home country.

CELTA stands for “Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults” and is a very prestigious certification. In order to receive a CELTA, you must complete a 120-hour course along with six hours of teaching real ESL students. The majority of the programs are held over one-month and are full time. However, you may be able to find some courses that are part-time and are spread out over three months. The CELTA program must follow a strict regulation created by Cambridge University. Due to its intense nature and requirements, the cost also tends to be much higher and can be up to €1700!

What does TEFL stand for?

TEFL stands for “Teaching English as a Foreign Language” – TEFL is the most commonly accepted certificate worldwide.

Which TEFL course to take?

Confused about which TEFL course to enrol in? Don’t worry, as long as you can speak English at a fluent or near-fluent level, then you are eligible to take one of the TEFL Institute of Ireland’s regulated TEFL courses.

Non-native speakers do sometimes find the Ofqual Regulated Level 5 TEFL course quite challenging and we understand it is essential for you to be sure that you are comfortable with your English language abilities before choosing which course to take. As a guide, we recommend that that non-native speakers have a minimum IELTS 6.5 score. If you are unsure you should take our FREE online level test below

Complete The TEFL Institute of Ireland’s FREE English Level Test which has been designed to assist you with making this important decision.  If you have any doubts, request a call, and we can discuss which course would suit your needs.

Do I need a Bachelor’s degree to take a TEFL course?

The great news is that you don’t need a degree to take a TEFL course! This is a common worry. Anyone with fluent English can enrol in one of our courses to become a qualified and confident English teacher.
It’s good to know that a degree is a requirement in some countries to get a work permit such as Japan and Korea, but there are many opportunities for those without a degree to be hired.
Even if you see an employer preference for degree holders I still recommend applying as they may not get their full quota and you may have so many additional skills that will appeal to hiring managers.

What’s the difference between Accredited TEFL Courses vs Government Regulated Level 5 TEFL Courses?

Lots of people ask about the difference between our courses. For example, the 120-hour Premier TEFL course is what we would call one of our  fast track courses. This is the minimum recognised worldwide.

• You have 10 modules to complete usually taking 4 – 6 weeks
• Each module has a multiple-choice test at the end and you need 80% to pass
• You’ll get your digital certificate on completion and can buy a hard copy from us if you’d like one with an embossed logo immediately

Looking at the 180-hour level 5 Ofqual-regulated TEFL course by comparison:

• Learners spend typically 10 – 12 weeks to complete the 11 modules
• Since it’s a UK government regulated level 5 course the pass mark is 100% and assessments are multiple-choice plus open-ended answers. Don’t worry, you can re-attempt quizzes in order to get 100%. Our academic team will review your answers at the end of your 11 modules and may ask for some questions to be reattempted (absolutely normal). Some questions may require to provide Academic references.
• You’ll get your digital coursework completion certificate from us after module 11, and following successful assessment from our academic team, we’ll be able to claim the licence for your Ofqual (government) certificate from our accreditation body TQUK.

The Ofqual-regulated course range is certainly for those people who want to gain a higher-level more recognised qualification.

Read our blog to learn more about the Level 5 TEFL course here.

What are the benefits of completing a Level 5 TEFL Course?

If you are looking for a professional, globally recognised, Government Regulated TEFL qualification; you should consider the online level 5 TEFL course. The Government Regulated Level 5 TEFL course is the same level as CELTA and Trinity Cert TESOL. Ofqual government regulated (UK) Level 5 TQUK qualification.

The course has 180 hours of TEFL training, more than the minimum required and it’s a higher standard course and therefore, is more competitive.

What’s the age restriction to take TEFL course?

There is none really, we usually say that if you are over 16yrs old, you can start completing a TEFL course. If you are looking for jobs abroad then the minimum age requirement is 18 yrs old or higher.

Who are the ACDL?

The TEFL institute of Ireland is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Distance Learning (ACDL), an accreditation body which specialises in distance learning courses. Thus our accreditation by ACDL reflects the high quality distance learning offered by the TEFL institute.

ACDL – Accreditation number: 2854-2540

To learn more, visit their website: ACDL

Who are the TQUK?

The TEFL Institute of Ireland is a fully approved training centre. All of our course materials have been externally and independently approved, endorsing our brand as one of high standards and excellence. TQUK, an Ofqual (The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) regulated awarding body.

Approved center number: C000854

To learn more about TQUK and their checks and standards, visit their website: TQUK

What's Ofqual stand for?

The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation.

Regulation (Ofqual) regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments in England and vocational qualifications in Northern Ireland.

To learn more about Ofqual or to verify TQUK status, visit their website: Ofqual

Are combined TEFL courses better than the online courses?

We would always recommend attending practical training. If you have the time to attend one of our 10 hour classroom courses, then do! This will give you more confidence and it will put the theory from your online course into practice. The day course is run by our experienced TEFL’s teachers and you will learn the most important skills for executing lessons, from how to warm up the class, to using grammar in a clear and concise manner. This course is perfect if you have already TEFL cert and you would like to put it in practice. Some people prefer to start from the practical course and then do a 120-300hour TEFL course after.

We have 4 locations where we hold our day courses in Ireland:

TEFL Course Dublin, Jurys Inn, Parnell Street

TEFL Course in Galway, The Clayton Hotel

TEFL Course Cork, Radisson Blu Hotel

TEFL Course In Limerick, The Maldron Hotel

Are there any free TEFL courses for unemployed?

We don’t offer free courses but we do help with getting funding from the Dept of Social Protection in Ireland. Our comprehensive courses train you in teaching English as a foreign language at home and abroad. More information on the social welfare grant can be found by following this link: Local Social Welfare Office

This scheme is designed to fund quick access to short term training or related interventions, obtain/renew certification/permits for individual job seekers that have identified work opportunities or where Case Officers have identified an immediate skills gap that represents an obstacle to taking up a job offer or accessing other activation.

We are happy to invoice an external organisation or company on your behalf. Please get in touch with us at [email protected] and we can arrange this for you.

Here at the TEFL Institute of Ireland we firmly believe education should be affordable for everybody. Under this ethos, we offer a 10% subsidy to those who find themselves currently unemployed or in full-time education. Enrol on any of our fully accredited TEFL courses for less and open a new world of opportunities.

To gain the TEFL subsidy you should add the word FUNDING at the checkout. Please be aware that we randomly ask for proof of student or unemployed status. We accept documentation such as a copy of a student card or job seekers allowance. Please send either to us within 14 days via email to [email protected] Or via post to:

The TEFL Institute of Ireland
Old Friary Building
Lower Main Street
Dungarvan
Co. Waterford

Post code: X35 FX45

Am I too old to teach English abroad?

You are never too old to gain new qualifications. Some employers might have age restrictions but others won’t. There are always options to teach English from home, private tutor, online tutor.

Do I need to speak another language to teach English abroad?

No, it is not necessary to have knowledge of other languages. You will be able to find a job and work comfortably without knowing the language spoken in that particular country. The real question is, should you make an effort to learn a foreign language? Basic language is always a plus and we would always recommend learning a few phrases before you move abroad. Learn to say Hi, Thank you, Goodbye, Sorry. If you can order a meal and pay for that meal without automatically handing over the biggest bill in your wallet (whilst looking adorably confused) you’ll survive.

Which course to take if I only would like to focus on teaching English online?

If online teaching is your primary goal, we would always recommend at least the 120 hour TEFL training. If you would like to specialise in specific categories, you can upper your qualifications by adding 30 hour specialist’s courses such as:

  • Teaching Young Learners
  • Teaching Business English
  • Preparation for IELTS Exam
  • Preparation for TOEIC Exam

And of course, adding our 30 hour Teaching English Online course is a huge benefit as it focuses to prepare you (the teacher) how to enter online tutoring world.

What’s inside?

  • The TEFL job market
  • Types of employers
  • Job advertisement & examples
  • Interview questions
  • Tips for a good cover letter

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The 46 page comprehensive TEFL brochure will tell you everything you need to know about teaching English as a foreign language – including the full range of training options, TEFL Jobs, and TEFL scholarships available.

  • Which TEFL Course
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  • TEFL Scholarships Available
  • Best countries for TEFL Jobs
  • Career Guidance Centre

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  • The TEFL job market
  • Types of employers
  • Job advertisement & examples
  • Interview questions
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