International TESOL Course - Content
Get both knowledge + teaching experience
We asked English as a Second Language (ESL) schools what they look for when hiring teacher - their answer was practical placement. It is so important that when you finish your TESOL Course, you actually know how to teach.
We start with using guided tasks and case studies to teach you the theory around lesson planning, classroom management strategies, English language and teaching techniques, resource selection and so much more. We then work with you to develop your skills as a teacher through the practical placement program. This combination of theory and practical is the perfect balance to give you the knowledge, skills and real experience to teach English to speakers of other languages anywhere in the world, regardless of what language is spoken.
To be awarded the International TESOL Certificate and be equipped to Teach English to Speakers of Other Languages, you will complete:
6 x Units
All of the below units are to completed:
We want you to be backed by a course that fully prepares you to teach English to speakers of other languages. This means not only learning the theory of how to teach English, but also actually teaching it!
As part of the course, you get to take part in 12 hours of practical placement (observation & practice teaching) with at least 6 of those hours being practice teaching. Learn more about practical placement...