The only 2 things I can say about ICAL web...
Firstly, and I am guessing this is down to feeling humiliated, ICAL have removed a page they had on the site which stated how worthless other courses, which claim to have 'international accreditation' are.
Now, whilst I agree with this comment, I have never seen mention of even UK accrediation on ICAL web. My opinion - no accreditation at all makes the course just as worthless.
Secondly, ICAL only offers certificate courses. I cant say this is the same all over the world, but I know of no UK or Singapore EFL institutes which recognise the ICAL certificate, and a diploma level efl qualification is a minimum requirement in many countries.
livetotravel wrote:Thank you both for taking the time to respond.
I did read the ICAL websites, including the testimonials.
What I noticed is that many were from people who had just FINISHED the course, but not obtained employment. There were only a few who had received an offer. I was interested in hearing from students who had gained employment at a school or company they were satisfied with. I thought with all the people logging into this forum, I would hear from a few who had taken it and got a job based on the completion of the ICAL course. I wanted independent opinions from someone NOT listed on the ICAL testimonial site who was actually working.
I also noticed something on the ICAL site that was titled affiliate scheme. Students can receive money by advertising the ICAL logo or web link on various sites. I just was hoping for a few unbiased, unpaid for comments concerning the above. After all, the proof is in the pudding and the pudding is a decent job.
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