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About Our TESOL Courses

Our TESOL Course Demo: Take our TESOL demo course and get a sneak peek into our 100-hour TESOL Certification course. This short demo is just one module in a much larger course that will provide you with a wealth of knowledge that can be utilized in any ESL classroom. Our demo course provides in-depth coverage on a range of topics in TESOL method and theory, including Stephen Krashen's Second Language Acquisition Theory and Benjamin Bloom's Cognitive Taxonomy.
Our TESOL Courses: Whether you are a seasoned pro or are considering the possibilities our TESOL course will inspire your ESL teaching success. Our courses, designed by great ESL teachers that have taught English for several years all over the world share their teaching style secrets and classroom tips; all of which will inspire greatness in you. As with all of our certification courses- TESOL or TEFL, we delve into the core of ESL teaching to give you the tools that work by using an easy to follow step-by-step learning process. Our courses are tailored for your success no matter if you have never taught before.


  • Why do I need a TESOL/TEFL certificate?

  • Although many ESL teaching jobs abroad do not require any teaching experience, most however now require that teachers have at least a 100-hour TESOL or TEFL certificate. In addition, many employers offer higher salaries to teachers that are certified.

  • Where can I teach English?

  • You can teach in Asia, Eastern Europe, South America, the Middle East and more.

  • How much money can I make teaching English abroad?

  • Salary varies depending on the countries that you teach in, for example in the Middle East you make at least $45,000 USD a year while in Asia you make on average $30,000 USD a year.

  • What can I expect to be doing as an ESL teacher?

  • Most jobs require that you teach an average of 4 to 4 ½ hours a day. In addition, you will be required to create lesson plans, evaluate students and grade their school work. Job duties vary depending on teaching position.

  • What other benefits could I expect to receive as a certified ESL teacher?

  • Many jobs provide free furnished housing, low cost medical insurance (including dental and vision), roundtrip airfare (some will even pay for accompanying dependents as well as offer discounted or free education to your children), one week to one month vacation, major holidays off with pay (South Korea has at least 10 major holidays), sick days, some even provide lunch, direct deposit, little or no income tax, and more!

  • What's the difference between TESOL and TEFL?

  • There is actually no difference, both mean teaching English to those that do not speak English as their native language. However TESOL  (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is more so used in the US and TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) is primarily used in the UK.

  • What is the difference between our self-paced and instructor-led courses?

  • Self-Paced:
    Our competitive pricing reflects the independent learning style giving you both freedom and savings. There is a final exam at the end of each course.
    These courses are led by trained instructors who has at least a master's degree. Our instructor-led course prices reflect a more in class learning approach in which the instructor is available for questions and provides feedback. However, there are no final exams. Click here to learn more.
  • Have more questions? Need more answers?

  • Click here to check out our faq page or contact our customer service team at:, or chat live here now, or call us at 888-661-8005.



Graduate 1:

The course was great! Very informative. The technical assistance was very helpful. I would not change anything
- Dominique S.

Graduate 2:

‘Overall, I would rate the effectiveness

of the (100-hour TESOL Certification) course as high’
- Damon P.

Graduate 3:

By far the best (TESOL) course out there! Awesome customer service. Thank you!
– Carolyn H.


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