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Choosing the right TEFL / TESOL course is an important decision and the options available can seem overwhelming. You have to weigh up how much time you have to commit to a course, whether you want an online or face to face course, your budget and the type of teaching job you ultimately want to get after doing the course. We offer a range of courses designed to meet various needs based on your criteria.
INTESOL Worldwide issues its awards through ALAP (Awarding Language Acquisition for Professionals), a specialist ESL awarding organisation based in the United Kingdom. All of the INTESOL courses have attained full accreditation from ALAP. You can read more details on the rigorous Standards of Accreditation set by ALAP.
What this means is that the online TEFL / TESOL courses run by INTESOL have external checks carried out on them to ensure the course materials and how they are administered meet their high standard. Bi-annual inspections are carried out to make sure this standard is maintained and you can be confident that you are receiving a worthwhile qualification that will be recognized by employers around the world.
“My greatest applause goes to my tutor Mihaela Dascalu. Without her instruction I would not have come this far. My tutor was direct, available and helpful in her approach, but most importantly she put as much effort into her comments and feedback as was required of me, the student, which I appreciated from the bottom of my heart. In my opinion, the quality of the course was first class. The whole course was well written, clear, interesting and well thought out. It was full of useful class-based activities which I will always refer to when I start teaching. The course structure and content was way better than I had imagined.
I was impressed by the practical methods and strategies that the student teachers are encouraged to use in an ESOL class, and also the structured approach to the course was easy to follow. I learned a lot about motivating students in a classroom, building their confidence, and supporting their language learning process.”