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Boost your earning potential by taking the step up to our 180 Hour Advanced TEFL Course. Your accredited TEFL course and certification is measured in hours and most employers worldwide look for candidates to have at least 120 hours of TEFL training.

In addition to 120-hrs of training, why not consider helping some of the 3 million students taking the IELTS exam. IELTS test-takers all have a remarkable goal – to migrate overseas for study or work – which makes them highly motivated learners and you a highly desirable IELTS preparation teacher.

Part 1: 120-hour Premier TEFL Course

As part of the advanced online TEFL course, your core studies centre around ten full modules of expert teacher training.

Part 2: 30-hour Teaching IELTS Module

Boost your earning power with this short 7 module add-on course that’ll prepare you for teaching an IELTS class.

Taken by more than 3 million English learners annually, in over 140 countries, your studies in this topic will make you a hit with your new employer plus offer plenty of opportunity for private tuition classes.

Part 3: 30-hour Teaching TOEIC Module

Similarly to IELTS, the Test of English for International Communications is a global standard in English fluency. Primarily a workplace exam for those employed in international business it sees over 3 million test-takers annually.

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    Q How do I get a TEFL certificate?

    The minimum required worldwide is to have at least the 120 Hour TEFL training.

    You can choose between fully accredited TEFL courses, Government Regulated Level 5 TEFL courses or combined TEFL courses. View all our courses here.

    Online TEFL courses are the most affordable & flexible way to launch your teaching career. This is a perfect way to study theoretical material at your own time & your own pace.

    Combined TEFL courses are offering both online & in-class studying. They are a fantastic opportunity to get two TEFL certificates (theoretical & practical). You will learn your theory from online material and then practice it with other teachers during the 10-hour practical session, accompanied and lectured by an experienced TEFL teacher.

    Before you choose your TEFL certificate, be aware to check if:

    It is fully accredited & recognised worldwide.
    You will gain at least 120 hours of training.
    You will have a tutor’s assistance.
    It is approved by an official body, such as TQUK & Ofqual in the United Kingdom.
    Make sure to check TEFL provider reviews on Google or
    You will have job support after completion.

    Q What is the difference between TEFL/TESOL/CELTA?

    TEFL – “Teaching English as a Foreign Language” certificate, is the most commonly accepted certificate worldwide. This certificate allows you to teach English to non-native speakers across the globe. The main qualifications to get a TEFL is to have the ability to speak English at a native-level and then complete a course. You can complete a TEFL course either online or in a classroom. The different courses vary based on the number of hours it takes to complete.

    TESOL – “Teaching English as a Second Language” aka TESL. Similar to TESOL students, as a TESL teacher, you would likely be teaching English in your home country to students who have moved or live in an English speaking country. In other words, they are continuously surrounded by the language and will be using it everyday outside of the classroom, unlike TEFL students who are likely learning in their home country.

    CELTA stands for “Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults” and is a very prestigious certification. In order to receive a CELTA, you must complete a 120-hour course along with six hours of teaching real ESL students. The majority of the programs are held over one-month and are full time. However, you may be able to find some courses that are part-time and are spread out over three months. The CELTA program must follow a strict regulation created by Cambridge University. Due to its intense nature and requirements, the cost also tends to be much higher and can be up to €1700!

    Q Which TEFL course to take?

    Confused about which TEFL course to enrol in? Don’t worry, as long as you can speak English at a fluent or near-fluent level, then you are eligible to take one of the TEFL Institute of Ireland’s regulated TEFL courses.

    Non-native speakers do sometimes find the Ofqual Regulated Level 5 TEFL course quite challenging and we understand it is essential for you to be sure that you are comfortable with your English language abilities before choosing which course to take. As a guide, we recommend that that non-native speakers have a minimum IELTS 6.5 score. If you are unsure you should take our FREE online level test below

    Complete The TEFL Institute of Ireland’s FREE English Level Test which has been designed to assist you with making this important decision. If you have any doubts, request a call, and we can discuss which course would suit your needs.


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