Learn in an intensive 4-week Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) course in Guadalajara, Mexico. This TEFL Course is one of the most competitive, demanding, and internationally accredited courses available worldwide.
Upon course completion, ITTO guarantees Paid Job Placement anywhere in Mexico and provides direct employment contacts in practically any corner of the globe.
This is how the TEFL course in Mexico works: It consists of 140 hours (20 hours above international requirements) which are covered in 4 weeks Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM and covers five topic areas including; Classroom Management, Teaching Skills, Language Awareness (Grammar), Phonology and Teaching Practice.
Our course exceeds the international standard, which is why employers prefer our graduates over others in the market. The most updated methodologies are included in your course, e.g. Blended Learning, Use of Technology in the Classroom, Apps in EFL/ESL, Content Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), etc.
Studying abroad will give a boost on your teaching career as it will improve your cognitive, interpersonal and relationship skills. It will also increase the tolerance for ambiguity and adaptability, giving stronger cross cultural sensitivity and dependability to those who study abroad in a non English speaking country.
Nowadays, employers are most eager to hire candidates who have acquired valuable skills abroad such as broad and strategic thinking, independence, self-reliance, global mindedness, sensitivity to customs and cultural differences as some to be named.
Our program has been accredited by the Secretary of Education of Mexico (SEP) and has been recognized and accepted by thousands of Universities, Colleges, High-Schools and Language Schools all over the world. We are also proud members of The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), The College of Teachers, The International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), The International Association for Language Learning Technology (IALLT), and The American Chamber of Commerce/Mexico (AMCHAM).
The International Teacher Training Organization training center is situated in the historic downtown area of Guadalajara, Mexico’s second city, located 300 km from the Pacific coast in Central Western Mexico.
The enchanting city of Guadalajara is truly a feast for the senses. It will more than live up to anyone’s expectations of how colorful and vibrant a Mexican city can be. The climate is idyllic, Guadalajara is known as the “City of Roses” or “The Pearl of the West”, with an average year round temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The atmosphere is lively and exciting, relaxed and friendly.
This is the birthplace of Tequila, the sombrero hat dance and Mariachi music. It is therefore clear to see why Guadalajara is regarded as Mexico’s most Mexican city. Every week is call for another celebration here and each one gives the visitor an opportunity to experience Mexican culture at its finest.