Online TEFL Certification Internationally Recognized Certificate Course Launched

eEnglish announced a new two-week online TEFL course enabling participants to become accredited English teachers anywhere in the world.

London, United Kingdom - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

eEnglish launched a new online course for anyone interested in becoming an accredited English teacher. The TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) course is a two-week intensive program covering every skill needed to successfully teach English to foreign children, thus opening new career opportunities for many native and bilingual speakers.

More information can be found at https://teflrob.krtra.com/t/8iKEowWFyp9c

The latest announcement aims to provide an accessible, fully online course for current English teachers or native speakers looking to start a teaching career.

The course features 120 hours of instruction with leading English teachers and educators, offering students complete training in all areas needed to teach English successfully.

To best prepare future teachers for real-life teaching, the course features one-on-one teaching practice with real ESL students. This ensures that teachers are familiarized with both online and in-class teaching.

eEnglish also includes a separate module on Teaching English for Young Learners (TEYL). This covers a set of essential strategies to help teachers interact with and instruct young children, and has been designed to facilitate instruction by using a series of important psychological and pedagogical principles.

Teachers will also get access to a Cambridge University accredited Cambridge ESOL (TKT) Online Certificate Course.

One of the most important benefits of joining eEnglish is the lifetime membership to its Job Club. After successfully completing the course teachers get access to a global daily job feed with more than 6,000 jobs, which practically guarantees that they will find a job opportunity as a TEFL teacher.

A satisfied teacher said: “The course is first class and far exceeded my expectations; I cannot fault the content, teachers or teaching methods used, and will certainly recommend the course to others. Most importantly for me, the course gave me the confidence I need to teach – I’m writing from Taipei, Taiwan where I start teaching and putting what I learned into practice next week.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Jimmy Wrangle
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Organization: eEnglish
Address: 27 Old Gloucester Street, London, England WC1N 3AF, United Kingdom
Website: https://eenglish.org

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934284

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