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Teaching English

As a Second Language

TESOL Short Course

Jan to Dec

Start Dates: Upon enrolment

Course Code: CTEF3934

Total Duration: 50 Hours

Method: Online/Blended

Total Course Fee: $450.00 NZD

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Student and Tutor

Our highly sought-after intermediate-level course in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is designed for educators seeking a comprehensive exploration of teaching methodologies and the technical aspects of instruction. It is particularly favored by teachers aspiring to work in expansive educational settings such as universities, high schools, or primary schools, where classes are sizable and student demographics span various age groups.

This program caters to individuals interested in teaching a range of English subjects, including General English, English proficiency tests (such as IELTS, TOEFL, or TOEIC), Conversational English, English Grammar, Academic Writing, and EAP Courses. Participants will acquire advanced insights into diverse teaching methods.

Completion of the program entails a minimum of 6 hours of in-class teaching experience, which can be fulfilled through the mandatory practicum or by transferring credit if the student has prior teaching or tutoring experience. Credit transfer requires a letter from the student confirming at least 6 hours of teaching, approved by their employer, who must be a government-approved educational institution.

Upon successful completion, participants will receive a complimentary hard-copy certificate and transcript bearing the college seal, dispatched worldwide via EMS or DHL. Additionally, an electronic certificate and transcript will be provided.

Recognizing the diverse backgrounds of our students, we offer affordable programs with convenient online access. The learning experience includes video clips of our professors in action, relevant readings, and a complimentary e-book on modern teaching methodologies.

It's important to note that this is a short course and does not lead to a university degree; hence, it is not listed on the qualifications framework.

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