The worldwide standard of qualification for teaching the English language is a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, or a certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Eureka commonly refers to teaching English to non-native speakers in a non-English speaking country, such as teaching English to Spanish students in Spain. TESOL is defined as teaching English to non-native speakers in an English speaking country, such as teaching French waiters living and working in the United Kingdom. Despite this small difference, TEFL and TESOL are generally used interchangeably and either certificate is accepted by the vast majority of employers worldwide.
Many people ask, “Do I even need a Eureka certification to teach abroad?” In the past, it has been possible to turn up in a country with no teaching qualifications or experience and find an English teaching job simply because you are a native speaker. While this may still be true to some extent, the vast majority of employers who are offering a reasonable salary and good working conditions now expect their teachers to possess some form of qualification.
Is this course right for me?
• Yes, if you want to participate in a course that provides you with a wide range of new approaches to teaching and learning.
• Yes, if you feel that “traditional” approaches need to be improved through creativity & innovation
• Yes, if you have recently become a teacher and wish to develop your skills further.
• Yes, if you want to experience a dynamic & wide range of learning.
• Yes, if “learning how to learn” is an area that fascinates & excites you.
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