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What ended up happening with World-Tesol College!?? I almost paid for the course but I get a bad vibe from it and now I am reading all these scam reports but no one has a real answer. Did you get placed or did you lose your money?
Re: World-TESOL (views: 5693)Online (Online) - Sun, 14 Nov 2010
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I haven't heard much about the company being a "scam" per se but there is talk of too many unfulfilled promises of employment and recognition of the certificate. So it is 2 situations to look at:1. Is their TEFL course 'legitimate' or 'accredited'?This is a difficult question for anyone because there is NO accreditation agency for online TEFL courses. For more information see my article at http://www.totalesl.com/TEFLtrainingcourses-Accreditation-Certification.php or the forum post at http://www.tesall.com/esl-tesol-teachers/index.cgi?page=2;md=read;id=8143It seems they actually give the course and issue a certificate but it is up to each individual to decide how accepted/recognized that TEFL certificate will be.2. Can any TEFL company 'guarantee' employment?The short answer is "No!" Unless a TEFL company owns a language school or education company and is willing to sign an employment contract with you conditional on completion of their TEFL course, these guarantees are just empty promises.