120-Hour Combined TEFL/TESOL Certification

Combine convenient on-line theory study with on-site teaching practice and become eligible for work at the most demanding institutions.

Our accredited Combined TEFL/TESOL course connects on-line with on-site training. First, you study the principles and theories of TEFL/TESOL on line at your own pace. After completion of the theory segment, you’ll attend one of our training centers for seven days of practical teaching of real EFL/ESL students.

This course is ideal for those people who wouldn’t enjoy the intensive nature of an on-site TEFL/TESOL course but would like to get real teaching practice (something a lot of schools prefer to see, especially when they pay in the upper salary range). As the Combined TEFL/TESOL Course requires only seven days of attendance at a training center, it is also more suited to those who aren’t able to attend an on-site TEFL/TESOL course for four weeks.

The combined course features the same components as an on-site course and results in 120-hour TEFL/TESOL certification. The course comes with full career-support services.

Graduates of our combined TEFL certification programs receive one specialization course of their choice free of charge. Available specializations are Teaching Business English, Teaching Young Learners or Teaching TOEFL Test Preparation.

Study anywhere at any time with the help of your computer and open the door to rewarding teaching positions.

If you register for the course with a tutor, you will have the choice of a free specialization: Teach Business English, Teach Young Learners or Teach TOEFL Preparation.

KEY FACTS

Total course fee - $800

Deposit - $300

Balance payment - $ 500 due 5 business days before the first course day

The course includes full career support

Dates

June 10- June 17

July 8- July 15

August 5- August 12

September 2- September 9

September 30 – October 7

October 28 – November 4

November 25 – December 2

Special offer for SUMMER SEATS

15% OFF $850 SUMMER CALENDAR

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