Join our 4-week accredited CertTESOL course in Rome, Italy, where you will gain all the required skills and knowledge to work successfully as an English teacher. Imagine traveling the world through TESOL, the opportunities are limitless!
What is the Trinity CertTESOL?
The Trinity College London Certificate TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is the highest TEFL qualification (equivalent to CELTA). The TESOL is validated by Trinity College London and recognised by both the British Council and employers worldwide. Travel the world with your TESOL and explore exciting new opportunities! Credits are also awarded towards degree programmes offered by universities in the UK.
The CertTESOL course in Rome is a combination of:
This course is validated by Trinity College and above all covers all 5 units of the Trinity CertTESOL qualification:
Rome is a fantastic city to live and study a TEFL course in. Surely one of the most beautiful cities in the world and the cradle of western civilization, you’ll be surrounded by culture and history. It is an incredible city with great panoramas, piazzas, buildings, churches, ruins, museums and wonderful restaurants.
Our school is located right in the city centre, just a few steps away from amazing places like the Coliseum, Navona Square, Campo de Fiori square, the Pantheon and so much more!
In addition, if you are planning to work and live in Italy, it makes sense to do your TEFL training in Italy. You will experience a typical language school environment with typical Italian students along with a wide range of resources and facilities.
Our 4-week course is intensive. There is a lot to learn in a short period of time so that you leave our school best equipped to be confident in the classroom. The part-time course is still intense but less demanding. We suggest this solution to those who have some other commitments or need some more time to study. You can expect to follow a basic daily routine: Teaching practice, feedback time, input sessions and guided lesson planning. Please note that you’ll also need the evenings and weekends to work on your assignments and lesson plans.