The Benefits of a TEFL Certification for English Language Educators | ITTT TEFL BLOG
A TEFL course, otherwise known as “Teaching English as a Foreign Language,” is an essential educational component for any foreign language educator who wishes to teach English in their own country or to non-native students living abroad (“What’s the Difference Between CELTA and TEFL?” 2019). To be certified to teach English as a foreign language, a language educator possess at least a TEFL or TESOL certification, with a degree of practical, in-class teaching experience. The most prestigious TEFL courses, such as CELTA (Cambridge English Teaching Language Assessment), are accredited, which means their curriculum has been reviewed and accepted by international committees to ensure that they meet local, national, or international language standards. Most accredited TEFL or TESOL courses include extensive weekend, 120 hour, or 16-week courses and conclude with a diploma or certification after passing a rigorous, in-class teaching assessment.
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