TEFL/TESOL is an amazing opportunity to begin a whole new career in teaching English. We understand that there are many questions about the profession and the industry, so we’ve tried to answer as many of your questions in depth as we can.
In short, TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) involves teaching English to non-native speakers without knowing their first language. In order to be able to teach English you need to be able to speak and write English to a native or near native level, and we’ll help you get the qualification you need to get a teaching job.
Being a TEFL teacher is an extremely flexible career path, in that you have complete control over where you teach, how often you teach, what sort of salary you would like and the students you teach.
If you would like to learn more about TEFL, you can check out our Frequently Asked Questions page, where we briefly cover the things that many of our students ask before booking. For more in-depth answers, check out our blog where we have more in-depth answers to the important questions as well as lots of first-hand accounts of our students’ teaching experiences.
Of course, if your question isn’t answered on site please don’t hesitate to Contact Us, we’ll always be happy to help!
For more information about our Online TEFL Courses, please download our free brochure!