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Recording English Class


Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Workshop/Laboratory/Training Required

Available upon request.

Next Start Date

Every Monday


Students can choose to study online or onsite.

Entry requirements

There are no formal requirements for entry into this programme.

Course Details

TESOL stands for "Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages." It's an approach to teaching English language skills to non-native speakers. This includes various methods, strategies, and techniques to facilitate language acquisition and proficiency for individuals whose first language isn't English.

Our intermediate level Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is our most sought after course for teachers who require a more in-depth focus on teaching methodologies and the technical side of teaching. It is often studied by teachers who want to teach in larger settings, like a university, high school or primary school where the class size is large and the student demographics are varied across slightly different ages.


This course is suitable for those who wish to teach General English, English test subjects (IELTS, TOEFL or TOEIC), Conversational English, English Grammar, Academic Writing and EAP Courses, and gain advanced understandings of different teaching methods.


For students who have a letter from their current or former employer that states they have previous teaching experience are able to have 'Practical In-class Teaching Experience' added to the final course of up-to 150 hours (the total number of hours added depends on the clarity of the letter in a number of areas, including subjects taught, length of employment, responsibilities, and overall reference). There is no additional cost for this addition.


We understand that students from all walks of life would like to study with us so for this reason we provide affordable programmes with easy online access, you'll watch video clips of our professors teaching, read through relevant material and receive a free e-book on modern teaching methodologies.

Important Information

Application Dates

Entry requirements

Fees per student

Domestic and International

  • Students can apply anytime though starts dates are on the first of each month.

  • 18 years of age or over

  • One copy of a government issued ID document

  • Access to wifi and computer hardware and software suitable for the programme.

  • New Zealand citizens pay $390.00 for the entire programme.

  • International learners pay a course fee of $490.00 for the entire programme, plus an additional charge of $190.00.

  • Full and partial scholarships are available for this teaching programme. Enquire here.

  • All fees are correct at the time of publication.

  • All fees are in New Zealand dollars.

Please note that this is a short course, as such it is not an award that leads to a university degree, and so it is not listed on the qualifications framework. 

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