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Equip yourself up for a successful career path as an English teacher with the 240 hour Expert TEFL Course, our most comprehensive fast-track TEFL certification. Most TEFL employers, prefer to hire teachers with a minimum of 120 hours teacher training. Boost your earning potential by taking the leap up to our 240 hour Expert TEFL Course.

Ideal for TEFL beginners, you’ll benefit from our internationally recognized 120 hour TEFL training course plus four separate specialist certifications – teaching young learners, teaching business English, and both IELTS and TOEIC preparation courses.

No need for any previous experience, just fluent English and a passion for education. You’ll confidently walk away post-certification with all of the fundamental skills you need to teach English as a foreign language.

The course is delivered online for ultimate flexibility. This 24/7 access gives you have the freedom to fit your learning around your lifestyle during our most popular fast-track TEFL course.

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    Q How long do I get to complete the course?

    You will have 6 months of study time access from the day that you enrol and can add more time if you run out.

    Q Do I need a degree to take a TEFL course?

    You do not need a degree to enrol on a TEFL course. However, a degree is required in certain countries to get the work visa as a TEFL teacher. If you do not have a degree, there are plenty of schools across the world who are open to hiring you, as well as online teaching platforms too.

    To sign up to a TEFL course you should be fluent or native English speaking, have completed High School education and have excellent written skills.

    Q Is TEFL hard to pass?

    If you are a native English speaker, the success rate for passing a TEFL course is very high. Of course, the level of difficulty will depend on which type of course you take. For example, fast track TEFL courses are pitched around High School level and require a score of 80% to pass. The end of module tests can be retaken if you don’t pass the first time around.

    A Level 5 TEFL course has the difficulty level of the first year of university and requires more commitment and effort to pass. The essay style questions on a Level 5 course will be reassessed if the answers do not meet the required standard.

    It is possible to fail a TEFL course, either by not meeting the pass grade (even during multiple attempts) or by failing to complete all of the course work in the first place.

    Q Do I need to speak another language to teach English abroad?

    You do not need to speak a foreign language to get hired in TEFL. In fact, many employers will prefer if you do not speak the local language as it prevents you from using it in the classroom. Remember, your goal is only to speak English to students.

    Learning some common and everyday phrases will make your time more enjoyable there’s no doubt. And your newfound community will appreciate your efforts to localize. In some Spanish speaking countries where English is less commonly known, a basic understanding of the language will be valuable in your social life.


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