• CertTESOL
  • CLIL
  • DipTESOL
  • TEFL
  • TEFL Internship
  • TEFL Masters

Our 180 Hour Regulated Level 5 TEFL course will take your learning experience to a whole new dimension. This TEFL course is the most internationally recognized, and affordable, TEFL qualification available in Ireland.

Ofqual approves the Level 5 TEFL Certificate at the same level as the CELTA & Trinity Cert TESOL qualifications.

As a result of being  TEFL qualified with our 180 Hour Regulated Level 5 TEFL qualifications, you’ll have access to the most competitive jobs worldwide whether that’s teaching English abroad or online. As a result of gaining our Level 5 Certificate, the door to teaching will open like never before. The opportunity to travel abroad with this valued certificate with you.  Consequently learning English with us is a golden opportunity to change your life.

Why take the Level 5 TEFL Course?

If you are looking for a professional, globally recognised, government regulated TEFL qualification; you should consider the online level 5 TEFL course.

The TQUK Level 5 Certification in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (QCF) course has been regulated by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation of the UK government (or Ofqual, for short) and has been deemed to be the equivalent of a foundation degree or a CELTA qualification and Trinity CertTESOL. This course offers 24/7 flexibility and convenience; online study access can be completed on any device by downloading the worlds first TEFL app in either the IOS or Android store.

Here are some crucial points to consider before enrolling:

  • 180 hours of regulated online TEFL training
  • Ofqual government regulated (UK) Level 5 TQUK qualification
  • Highly trusted and respected by employers worldwide
  • Fully downloadable TEFL course material
  • Expert job hunting advice plus access to TEFL jobs board
  • Lifetime support and guidance in your TEFL career
  • Instant access on enrolment
  • Learn on any device
  • Self-determined training schedule
Latest posts by Katie (see all)


    0 %

    based on 0 review(s)


    Q What are the benefits of completing a Level 5 TEFL Course?

    If you are looking for a professional, globally recognised, Government Regulated TEFL qualification; you should consider the online level 5 TEFL course. The Government Regulated Level 5 TEFL course is the same level as CELTA and Trinity Cert TESOL. Ofqual government regulated (UK) Level 5 TQUK qualification.

    The course has 180 hours of TEFL training, more than the minimum required and it’s a higher standard course and therefore, is more competitive.

    Q What does Level 5 mean?

    A Level 5 TEFL course is one that is regulated by Ofqual according to their qualifications framework. Another Level 5 teaching qualification is the CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Once qualified with a Level 5 TEFL qualification, you’ll have access to the most competitive jobs worldwide.

    Q What does regulated mean?

    A regulated qualification means that it is officially recognised by the government and sits on the Ofqual Register of Regulated Qualifications.

    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 What’s the difference between Accredited TEFL Courses vs Government Regulated Level 5 TEFL Courses?

    Lots of people ask about the difference between our courses. For example, the 120-hour Premier TEFL course is what we would call one of our fast track courses. This is the minimum recognised worldwide.

    • You have 10 modules to complete usually taking 4 – 6 weeks
    • Each module has a multiple-choice test at the end and you need 80% to pass
    • You’ll get your digital certificate on completion and can buy a hard copy from us if you’d like one with an embossed logo immediately

    Looking at the 180-hour level 5 Ofqual-regulated TEFL course by comparison:

    • Learners spend typically 10 – 12 weeks to complete the 11 modules
    • Since it’s a UK government regulated level 5 course the pass mark is 100% and assessments are multiple-choice plus open-ended answers. Don’t worry, you can re-attempt quizzes in order to get 100%. Our academic team will review your answers at the end of your 11 modules and may ask for some questions to be reattempted (absolutely normal). Some questions may require to provide Academic references.
    • You’ll get your digital coursework completion certificate from us after module 11, and following successful assessment from our academic team, we’ll be able to claim the licence for your Ofqual (government) certificate from our accreditation body TQUK.

    The Ofqual-regulated course range is certainly for those people who want to gain a higher-level more recognised qualification.


    0 %

    based on 0 review(s)

    Your request has been submitted successfully.