Can Premier TEFL help me get real teaching practice?
Yes, and we’re glad you asked! Teaching practice with real students is the best way to boost your confidence as a newly qualified English teacher. Future employers will love to see some experience on your résumé too when competing for the best paid jobs.
5 Ways to Get Teaching Practice with Premier TEFL
1. 310 Hour Level 5 TEFL Course (100% online)
Our 310 hour Level 5 Hybrid TEFL Course comes with observed teaching practice with real ESL students. This course is for aspiring teachers who are serious about their teacher training, as this CELTA level training will help you get the best jobs abroad or online.
2. 35 Hour Certificate of Teaching Practice Recognition
If you are a newly or soon to be qualified ESL teacher, you can still take the time to complete teaching practice. With our 35 hour teaching practice module, you’ll receive a Certificate of Teaching Practice Recognition (CTPR) and a matching reference letter from our partner school.
3. 10 Hour Virtual TEFL Course – For Less Flexible Teachers
Sometimes, big things come in small packages. If you are less flexible for time, you can opt for the tutor-led 10 Hours Virtual TEFL Course which is fully endorsed by TQUK. Here, you’ll take part in two sessions of 3.5 hours led by a qualified instructor for a swift yet high-quality experience. This is great if you’re looking for some extra teacher training but you’re not ready to dive into the teaching part just yet!
4. 1 – 3 Week TEFL Scholarships in Central Europe
Your wallet will love our TEFL Scholarships in central Europe that combine sponsored TEFL training online plus week-long teaching practice sessions in 11 cities. Spend from one to three weeks (or longer!) putting your skills to the test.
5. Week-long Conversation Teaching in Spain
Budding English teachers can also spend a week at VaughanTown in Spain through Premier TEFL. You will teach conversational English with local business professionals.
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