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TEFL Corinth | TEFL Greece
The tefl international center in central greece is located in Corinth and offers the four-week, 120-hour intensive course with 10 hours of teaching practice, internationally experienced trainers, and an internationally recognized certification. The Greek TEFL International center also offers global employment assistance and well-equipped and comfortable classrooms, and provides accommodation for the duration of the course. The TESOL course fees include the course itself, all course materials, certification, and a ‘meet and greet' at the railway station in Corinth, if required.
Corinth is on the Peloponnese Peninsula, home to a large number of ancient sites and the most visited part of mainland Greece outside Athens. For many, a visit to the Peloponnese region offers the best chance to sample traditional Greek life. Conveniently situated 50 miles from Athens, Corinth is the gateway to the Peloponnese, an area rich in natural beauty and historical sites. Ancient Corinth is an important archaeological site, and above the ancient town towers Acrocorinth, a fortress used throughout the middle ages by Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish occupiers.
The modern city of Corinth has all the facilities you need to make your stay enjoyable, including numerous quaint outdoor cafes, bars and restaurants, a number of beaches, and plenty of services, such as travel agencies, banks, shops, and excellent transport connections, linking Corinth with Athens, and the surrounding villages.
There’s certainly plenty to see during your TEFL course in Corinth:
Ancient Corinth The ruins of Ancient Corinth, 7km from the modern city, are the main reason most travellers visit the area. Ancient Corinth features a number of spectacular ruins, the most notable being the Temple of Apollo, dating from the 5th Century BC. There is also a museum on the site, housing a collection of ancient mosaics and statues.
St. Paul's Metropolitan Church You can’t go to Corinth without visiting St. Paul's Metropolitan Church, and the tribune from which St. Paul spoke to the Corinthians.
Acrocorinthos This fortress contains ruins from Byzantine, Roman, Turkish and Venetian rule and offers excellent views from the Temple of Aphrodite, which crowns Acrocorinth. Acrocorinthos is the largest and oldest castle in Peloponnese, built on a hill of 575m in height. The imposing walls date back to the medieval years.
Corinth Canal This impressive canal is a massive engineering task that commenced in 67AD but wasn't completed until relatively recently, in 1893. The 6km canal boasts 90-meter high sides and is a particularly impressive sight. Trains and buses running between Athens and Corinth or Patras pass over the canal.
Corinth is very easy to get to and from. The city is just ninety minutes from Athens International Airport (E. Venizelos). The suburban railway provides a fast and frequent link between Corinth and central Athens, and there’s also a direct service to Corinth from the railway station inside the airport.
The Corinth TEFL International training centre is closely tied with a teacher recruitment agency which can provide a valuable source of TEFL jobs in Greece. The Corinth center would be happy to help you find the job you want in Greece or elsewhere on completion of your TEFL course in Corinth.