Lucas wrote:I don't think that College of Teachers is a bad organization
In short, if you are looking to work abroad, you need a minimum of a 100-hour certificate. Some schools ask for a CELTA, Trinity, or equivalent. An equivalent course is usually a 100-hour course with practicum but not every course, whether online or on-site, is considered as equivalent because there are certain components that must be within the program to meet CELTA and Trinity standards.
TESL Canada, ACENTIS, ACTDEC Level 2+ with practicum, SIT, and accrediting bodies under the QCA ensure that the courses are Trinity and CELTA equivalent. I don't know about the College of Teachers, but many of the schools that they accredit are also recognized by at least one of the organizations mentioned above.
Lucas from Ontesol
glamracket wrote:Invaluable help...this system seems overly convoluted and difficult to penetrate.
How - for example - can I assertain whether or not the College of Teachers is considered a respectable accreditor?
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