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Need advice!

Unread postby Millie » 23 Jul 2006, 16:33

Hiya, I've just finished my A levels and am looking to take the TEFL course sometimes this year. I have loads of questions that I keep asking and I never seem to get decent answers. Can anyone help me?

1.I'm aware that the two most distingushed of courses are the TESOL and Cert, but are there particular schools (Like Oxbridge Uni for degrees)which are more recognised than others?

2.Also, how hard is to to get on the ladder of TEFL? I have been browsing jobs, and most require at least two years experience of teaching, which I obviously don't have. Is there anyway of getting around this, any tips or jobs to start off with?

Cheers for your help!

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Unread postby Alia » 24 Jul 2006, 21:24


visit this website:
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Unread postby vcbpg » 17 Sep 2006, 20:15


Take the course and then go knocking on doors! Only a small percentage of tefl jobs are advertised.
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International TEFL Diploma with job guarantee

Unread postby Marisha » 29 Sep 2006, 12:16

The Boland School TEFL Training program offers an internationally recognized TEFL Diploma with a job guarantee option. There are two centers, one in the Czech Republic and one in China.

Also, during the each course, there is a job fair where we invite schools from around the region to participate. We work together with the foreign experts bureau to ensure all schools have the right and means to host foreign teachers.

Teaching experience is advantage but not a requirement. Check out our website at or

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Suggestions on finding education resources

Unread postby andylow » 12 Apr 2007, 08:01

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