This course includes:
What will you learn?
Teach the four key areas of language acquisition for the TEOIC exam: reading, speaking, writing, pronunciation
Plan and deliver effective lessons that meet student and class learning objectives
Understand the nuances of teaching English to professional exam-focused non-native speakers
Grasp English grammar terminology and know how to teach it to students of all levels
Manage classroom and student behaviour effectively
Find and create effective learning materials, text-based and digital to target language use
Grow in confidence as a new teacher to be able to enter your first exam English class
Search and find the best jobs, online and abroad
About this course
Did you know that over 6 million people take the TOEIC exam each year? TOEIC teaching skills are in demand.
The course is divided into six modules. Each lesson is subdivided into bite size learning blocks which include test examples, reflective tasks and an end of lesson assessment.
After you complete this certification for teaching TOEIC preparation you will know how to enter your exam English lesson well prepared and confident. 30 hours of TEFL-Pro teaching advice will teach you the skills to understand your students’ needs, plan suitable lessons, get hired and help your students to achieve a great score.
Premier TEFL accreditation
30 hour Teaching TOEIC Exam Preparation
Module One: Understand the Test of English for International Communications
Learn where in the world the TOEIC test is popular and why it is important. Understand the exam elements and how it is scored. Get to know the basic principles behind teaching TOEIC preparation.
Module Two: How to Teach TOEIC Listening
Listening is called a ‘Receptive skill’ because the student is receiving language. By the end of this lesson, you’ll know the most effective ways to engage students in listening activities to improve their English. This includes tasks to tune into music, radio, audio books or recordings both inside and outside the classroom. Oh yes, you’ll be setting plenty of homework for your professional students!
Module Three: How to Teach TOEIC Reading
Reading is another ‘Receptive skill’, known as such because the student is receiving language. Discover the most effective ways to engage students in reading English. This includes setting tasks to read articles, emails, workplace-style documents.
Module Four: How to Teach TOEIC Speaking
Speaking and writing are called ‘Productive skills’ because students produce language. You’ll learn plenty of useful ideas about how to get your students chatting confidently. They’ll proudly present their opinions on topics and offer solutions to challenges – both important features of the speaking test.
Module Five: How to Teach TOEIC Writing
Writing is another ‘Productive skill’, known as such because the student is producing language. You’ll get help with how to teach your students to write in English. Scoring well in the test will consist of writing competent essays or descriptive responses to images and you will receive plenty of ideas to help students practice in preparation.
Module Six: Teaching for the TOEIC Bridge Test
Understand the core differences in TOEIC versus TOEIC Bridge preparation when teaching learners of lower English levels. The TOEIC Bridge allows learners to understand their proficiency and set fluency goals for the future.
Included with the course
40+ page Blueprint to Lesson Planning (worth £15, €20, $25)
Complete 70+ page Grammar Guide eBook (worth £15, €20, $25)
Verified Student Reviews
TOEFL is an acronym for Test of English as a Foreign Language. EFL students can take this written test online or in an authorised test centre. Many English speaking universities
TOEFL and IELTS are the preferred tests to complete for EFL students who wish to study in English speaking countries. TOEIC is more business and work focused, preferred by employers
Yes, you can teach English abroad as a fluent English speaker! TEFL teachers are expected to have a high fluency in spoken English and strong written English. Many schools
Questions and Answers
What does TOEIC stand for?
TOEIC stands for the Test of English for International Communications. It’s the most popular English language proficiency test with over 6 million participants annually.
TOEIC is designed to score a person’s skill level for everyday English and is most commonly taken by non native English speakers who work in an international environment.
What is TOEIC teaching?
A TOEIC preparation teacher is responsible for priming their students to take the TOEIC test. The exam has two main papers: Listening & Reading and Writing & Speaking, with a third option called the TOEIC Bridge test.
TOEIC classes are run globally in over 120 countries with over 6 million test-takers annually.
How can I become a TOEIC teacher?
There are no prerequisite qualifications to become a TOEIC teacher, however you should hold an internationally recognised TEFL qualification and have some teaching experience.
Taking a professional development course in TOEIC preparation will help you understand the test format, how to prepare your students well, what the scoring system means and give you confidence when teaching TOEIC exam preparation.
Who can teach TOEIC?
Any English language (EFL) teacher can become a TOEIC tutor. There are no formal qualifications or licences required. It’s important to understand how TEOIC works and the goals of your learners, getting a good score can essential for their career goals.
How much do TOEIC teachers get paid?
As a TOEIC teacher you can expect to earn between US$22 – $40 per hour. This will depend on previous experience and the country / origin of your learners.
Who sits the TOEIC exam?
The TOEIC is taken by non native English speakers who are typically in an international workplace (or wish to join a global corporation). It is very popular in Japan and is also mandatory for anyone applying to join the French Naval Service. The test is offered in over 120 countries worldwide.
Which organisations use TOEIC?
TOEIC is recognized by a wide range of financial institutions, international corporations, manufacturers, airlines, universities as well as public authorities.