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120-hour TEFL course (without tutor)
Our 120-hour online TEFL certificate course is extremely popular as it includes high-quality course materials and results in an online TEFL certificate that is internationally recognized and welcomed by employers in all parts of the world. The course is also popular because you are able to work through it at whatever pace suits your personal circumstances and learning style. All graduates of this course will also have access to our unique career support services for the duration of their EFL teaching career.
Upon completion of the application process we will send you an email that contains the log-in details you will need to gain access to your personal, restricted area of our online course system. Once you have logged-in to the system you can then access the course materials which can be studied online or downloaded to your personal computer, tablet or smartphone.
When you are confident that you have absorbed the information contained in the first unit, your understanding of the materials will be assessed before you move on to the next section. Once you have successfully completed all the course units, you will then complete a final lesson planning task. When this lesson plan has been reviewed and accepted, you will graduate from the course and receive your 120-hour online TEFL certificate.
TEFL Course Aims
Our 120-hour online TEFL course provides you with a comprehensive introduction to the world of Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Upon completion of the course you should have developed a good working knowledge of the English grammar system, as well as a variety of useful skills and techniques that will help you to deliver interesting and well constructed lessons in the classroom.
TEFL Course Content
The 120-hour online TEFL course focuses on two different areas. Around half of the course looks at subjects related to the teaching skills that you will need in the classroom, including teaching theories and methodologies, classroom management, lesson planning and how to test and evaluate your students’ progress. The rest of the materials focus on the subject of language awareness; this includes the most important areas of English grammar such as the parts of speech and the tense system, as well as other subjects such as pronunciation.
This variety of subjects has been further divided into twenty separate units that are specifically designed to gradually build your understanding, without overwhelming you with too much information. Thanks to this design, you should be able to work through the course materials at whatever pace you feel comfortable with.
120-hour TEFL 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
This course is designed to provide as much flexibility as possible. You will have up to six months to complete all the course units, and within this time frame you can work at whatever pace you feel comfortable with.
Post-Course TEFL Job Guidance
ITTT pledges to give you all reasonable help and direction finding your new TEFL job upon completion of the online course. These support services include:
- TEFL CV/Resume writing.
- How to find TEFL job vacancies.
- How to effectively apply for TEFL jobs.
- Interview preparation.
Free downloadable teaching materials and lesson plans.
We provide these services to you indefinitely throughout your teaching career.