Our 120-hour course is one of our most popular as it offers high-quality instruction that results in an online TEFL/TESOL certificate that is internationally recognized. One of the key benefits of the course is the fact that you can work through it at a pace that suits your own personal circumstances and time schedules. All graduates of our online courses also receive the benefit of ITTTâ€™s unique support system for the length of your teaching career.
Once you have completed your registration for the 120-hour course, we will send you an email that contains the details you will need to gain access to our online training course system. From your personal section of the system you will have access to the course materials which you can study either online or by downloading them to your personal computer.
When you feel you have absorbed the information contained in each unit, your understanding of the materials will be assessed before you continue on with the following unit. Once you have worked through all the course units you will then move to the final essay writing task. The essay will be assessed by one of our online tutors and once accepted; you will graduate.
ITTTâ€™s 120-hour online TEFL/TESOL course offers a thorough introduction to the process of teaching English to non native speakers. Once you have worked through the entire course you should have built up a good understanding of English grammar and learnt a variety of skills and techniques that are necessary for producing a successful lesson in the classroom.
Our 120-hour online course comprises of two general areas, teaching skills and language awareness. The sections dedicated to teaching skills focus on the specific techniques that you will need to learn in order to produce interesting and effective lessons in the classroom, topics covered include teaching theories and methodologies, classroom management, lesson planning and how to test and evaluate the progress of your students. The sections dedicated to language awareness mainly focus on subjects such as grammar structures and pronunciation.
These two general areas of the course are further separated into twenty distinct units that are specifically designed to build your knowledge gradually to avoid overwhelming you with too much information. Due to this unique design, you should be able to work your way through the course materials at whatever pace suits your personal preference.
120-hour TEFL/TESOL Certification Course Units
- Introductory Unit
- Unit 1: Teachers and Learners
- Unit 2: Parts of Speech
- Unit 3: Theories, Methods and Techniques
- Unit 4: Present Tenses
- Unit 5: Managing Classes
- Unit 6: Past Tenses
- Unit 7: Teaching New Language
- Unit 8: Future Tenses
- Unit 9: Lesson Planning
- Unit 10: Video Lessons
- Unit 11: Teaching Receptive Skills
- Unit 12: Teaching Productive Skills
- Unit 13: Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology
- Unit 14: Course Books and Lesson Materials
- Unit 15: Evaluation and Testing
- Unit 16: Conditionals & Reported Speech
- Unit 17: Equipment and Teaching Aids
- Unit 18: Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice
- Unit 19: Teaching Special Groups
- Unit 20: Troubleshooting
- Summative Task
In order to allow the greatest amount of flexibility you are given up to six months to complete the twenty units that make up this course, within this time you can study at whatever pace you feel comfortable with.
Post-Course Job Guidance
After you have completed your 120-hour online course, we will provide all the assistance we can to help you find a teaching position. Our support services include:
- CV/resume construction
- Advice on how to find job vacancies
- Advice on job applications
- Interview techniques and preparation
- Free downloadable lesson plans and teaching materials
All these services are provided free of charge for the duration of your teaching career.
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