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100 hours
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Teaching Practicum
Job Placement


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Aug 20, 2020
Apr 08, 2015
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About Program

CCELT Online is a distinguished 100-hour TEFL course. It’s the only stamp you need on your passport to travel and teach the world. The Center for Communication and English Language Teaching (CCELT) offers a 100-hour internationally recognized TEFL certificate that provides you with the skills and qualifications required to teach English overseas.

Get TEFL certified at your own pace from anywhere in the world with CCELT Online; accessible from your laptop and tablet. Included in the course is industry leading international job placement services which will help you secure access to ESL placements around the globe. Enroll in CCELT Online today and get ready to teach the world. To find out more, visit our website where you can download an information brochure.

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Yes, I recommend this program

Wonderful introductory course for aspiring teachers!

The course is a wonderful introduction to the ESL world. It's thoroughly enjoyable because you are presented with slides with well-organized information while listening to a knowledgeable tutor explaining what you see on the screen. The voiceover is amazing. You can sense the person is passionate, and smiling while talking to you. That's what I have enjoyed the most. I know other TEFL courses only provide PDF's to read and then ask questions but that doesn't make you feel like in a real class environment where you have a teacher who explains to you what you need to know. Well done to CCELT for having taken the time to record explanations for almost every part of the course!

What would you improve about this program?
If I had to change one thing I would make the whole platform even more web 2.0 friendly. The technology being used means it was sometimes very slow to go to the next slide, at least on my mac, using Safari.
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