Location
  • South Africa
    • Cape Town
Length
200 hours
Training Type
Classroom

Program Details

Teaching Practicum
Yes
Job Placement
No
Certifications
TEFL
Weekly Classroom Hours
30
Housing
Host Family
Age Min.
18

Pricing

Price Details
The course costs R17 900 and is run as a full time, 4 week course at set dates during the year. All quotes are in South African Rands.
What's Included
Wifi
What's Not Included
Accommodation Meals Transportation
Jan 30, 2023
May 11, 2021
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About Program

English Language Teaching can be an enjoyable and rewarding career which attracts people for a variety of reasons. For many, it is an opportunity to see the world, living and working in places that others only dream of holidaying in. It may offer an opportunity to learn new language, immerse yourself in the customs and cultures of another country, or gain insight into a completely different society from your own. Some will teach abroad for a few years before moving into other careers, while others will continue to develop and grow in the industry and may become teacher trainers, course writers, managers or even open their own school.

The UCT Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) course will provide you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed as an English Language Teacher.

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Program Highlights

  • Accredited by the University of Cape Town
  • 200 Hours
  • Highly Qualified and Experienced Tutors
  • Includes Teaching Practice
  • Access to the University of Cape Town's Hiddingh Campus Facilities

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Robert
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Yes, I recommend this program

My wonderful road to the English proficiency

Hi!
It’s Tshilumba Kapajika Robert here.

I’d like to tell you wonders I experienced while learning English at UCT English Language centre.
I completed four weeks of English as a foreign language - continuing education program - Intermediate B1 on August 2020.
During my path at this school, I had best and worst moments. I’m sure you’re wondering « which ones ? ».

Calm down, of course the worst moment was to announce the end of my adventure at Elc (where I was attending virtually the English course during lockdown) in order to book a face to face course locally, from Kinshasa (DRC).
Let’s mind our business.
I loved my wonderful teachers (Judith and Mark), very kind and attentive to my growing. They’ve always been there to help me improve my skills. I also met wonderful classmates, and I loved when we had to work together, practicing, while teachers kept quiet to see how we dealt with the work, essay..., and I hope to meet them one day to try to remake passionate moments shared together.
I loved the way the administration was organized, with a highly professional staff. I can’t forget the help received the first day of studies from one member of the staff while facing difficulties to connect on Google classroom.

There isn’t enough time to share all about Elc and their way of teaching, but what I can do to allow you to know more than this, is to recommend you to apply to this school to see it by yourself. You can also book for a visit, and you won’t be disappointed.

With UCT-ELC, you’ll reach your purpose, passionately.

Warm regards !

What was your funniest moment?
It was funny when my classmates friendly teased me or each other when doing dialogues or other activities on group.
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