11-Week, 170-Hour Online TEFL Course

Video and Photos


Take the first step in getting paid international teaching work with an Online TEFL Certification Course. This 11-week class is the most thorough and interactive course you can take without physically being in a classroom.

Online TEFL Program Tuition: $1,295

Course Overview:
-11 Week course, 12-15 hours per week
-Internationally accredited by TQUK
-170 Hour TEFL/TESOL Certification
-FREE 30-hour Business Professionals & Young Learners optional add-on module (2 extra weeks)
-Interactive online TEFL class with a university professor
-Class sizes limited to 20 students

  • A fully interactive, collegiate level course, taught by a university level professor.
  • Lifetime job search guidance after completion of the course.
  • $100 alumni discount off any future Greenheart Travel programs as an Online TEFL graduate
  • Your Teach in South Korea application fee is waived for anyone who takes a course through Greenheart Travel
  • Class sizes limited to 20 students for personal instruction

Questions & Answers


9 Rating
based on 2 reviews
  • Benefits 9
  • Support 8
  • Fun 6
  • Facilities 7
  • Safety 5
  • Content 10
  • Engagement 10
  • Support 10
  • Platform 10
  • Value 8
Showing 1 - 2 of 2
Default avatar
Yes, I recommend this program

Challenging program

I have advanced degrees and thought this course would be like Community College—worth doing but not too demanding. Instead I found it required me to stretch to do well. Of course, that means I got more out of it than I expected. I took the course while I was also learning how to teach English 8 in public school online. It made for endless hours on the computer. Still, I had to push myself to complete the project required each week to my own satisfaction. It was worth the effort. But No Homestay!

What would you improve about this program?
I was not prepared for the complexities of navigating the course online. A more complete orientation before Week 1 of the course would have helped.
Yes, I recommend this program

My TEFL Course Experience

When I first started the TEFL course back in April 2015, I took the course primarily because I wanted to find a job after college. I was taking the course as I was graduating that May and was looking for jobs. It was difficult to manage at first because I was filling out job applications but everything went really well after some weeks into the course. I learned how to be a better teacher because the course introduced me to the concept of "Presentation, Practice, and Production"