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English Language Matters
$999 for an Internationally Recognised Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) with English Language Matters (value $2,150)
- Earn money whilst travelling.
- Grab a NZQA certificate to teach English to speakers of other languages with English Language Matters for $999.
- Undertake 14 weeks of part-time study (nine hours per week).
- Gain the skills and knowledge you need to teach English to speakers of other languages worldwide.
Most of us love the idea of trading the day job for a backpack, the commute for the road less travelled and the computer for the camera. Then we remember the day job pays the bills and mortgage... if only there were some way to earn whilst travelling. Luckily, there is.
It's called a Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and today we've teamed up with English Language Matters to bring it to you for $999.
English Language Matters' (NZQA accredited), certificate in TESOL is internationally recognised by schools and employers, equipping you with the skills and knowledge you need to teach English to speakers of other languages throughout the world. It is taught part-time over 14 weeks and includes:
- 120 contact hours with experienced and knowledgeable tutors
- A minimum of six hours observed teaching practice
- Training and experience in one to one teaching
- Observation of experienced teachers
- A module on teaching young learners
- Input sessions on language awareness and teaching methodology
- Preparation for the Cambridge Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT)
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