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Why Choose Us?

There are a dizzying number of TESOL course providers and the recognition, or validity, of their TEFL and TESOL certificates vary considerably. However, there are only a few international organizations that are truly well established, recognized and internationally accredited—one of them is TESOL Training International under its parent company Internexus Global Network Education in San Diego California, USA.

 

TESOL Certificate

The vast majority of English language schools and institutes around the world require 120 hours of training completed by an externally moderated and accredited organization that meets international regulatory standards.

In order to meet these standards laid down by organizations such as TESOL in the USA and the British Council in the UK, TEFL or TESOL courses must include at least six hours of observed and constructively critiqued TESOL lessons with non-native speakers as their students.

Believe it or not, many providers simply have trainees delivering lessons to fellow trainees!

The course should also offer dynamic lessons for the trainees themselves, covering all aspects of TESOL, including methodology, language awareness, among others and have a grading system based on performance teaching as well as on a final exam.


International TESOL Training

By holding certification from a well-known organization, potential employers can see that you’ve completed a reputable TESOL course which included six hours of observed teaching practice, that you completed all projects and assignments outlined in the course, and that the delivery of your lessons was of a high standard.

Many providers offer shorter, weekend courses that don’t meet international standards. If you take these courses and your potential employer asks about your certificate, they’ll easily see that your course did not offer the same features as those needed for meaningful certification. If you take one of these courses, it’s important to understand that a certificate from this type of course may not get you many job offers from decent employers.

Therefore, if you plan to teach English abroad, it is to your benefit as well as the benefit of your students, that you enroll in a course that meets international standards.

TESOL Certification Course Checklist


    When selecting a TEFL/TESOL course, you should ask yourself, does the course:

  •         meet international standards for the regulation of acceptable English language teaching certification?  green tick
  •         include 120 or more hours of training and input?  green tick
  •         include lessons that cover teaching skills, classroom management, language awareness, phonology and how to apply,

              prepare and teach these skills effectively?  green tick

  •         assess trainees continually during the course through projects, assignments, teaching practice and also include a final

              exam?  green tick

  •         have moderation and inspections by an independent teaching body or professional?  green tick
  •         meet the approval and recognition of respected, independent professional bodies and individuals?  green tick
  •         update its input to reflect developments in language teaching?  green tick
  •         offer a certificate at the end of the course that is valued and internationally recognized?  green tick

 

 

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2017 TESOL Training Schedule

January 2 - January 27

January 30 - February 24

March 6 - March 31

April 3 - April 28

May 1 - May 26

June 5 - June 30

July 3 - July 28

August 7 - September 1

September 4 – September 29

October 2 – October 27

October 29 – November 24

November 27 – December 22

2018 TESOL Training Schedule

January 8 - February 2

February 5 - March 2

March 5 - March 30

April 2 - April 27

May 7 - June 1 

June 4 - June 29

July 2 - July 27

August 6 - August 31

September 3 – September 28

October 1 – October 26

October 29 – November 23

November 26 – December 21

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Langrich-On, Inc.,  one of the biggest and leading Online ESL schools in the Philippines, offering English lessons to Japanese students, has sent many of it's teachers to take the TESOL Certificate Course offered by us since January 2014. The third batch is now taking the March training.