Teaching English in Asia used to be difficult,

But these courses made it easier

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How to teach. Where to teach. Who to teach. When... What... You get it! All here.

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Afraid to teach abroad? Classroom problems? Bored? Short on time? Solutions.

The solution

Free resources? Yep. Effective online TEFL training? Yep. Affordable certification? Yep.

Yes, teach me how to teach English in Asia, because I want to enjoy it!

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Teachers love ESLinsider

But you don't have to take my word for it

"The course was extremely helpful as I was just given a timetable and told to teach the classes on it. At this school what you teach is your choice." - Adam Achouki

"I took your 60 hour course and it was great, it got me a nice job in China." - Michael Brennan

"Quite interesting! I was intimidated by the idea of teaching young learners, but this course changed my mind and now I'm looking forward to the chance!" - Justin Knox

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"Hi Ian! I loved the course! It wasn't really difficult, but it was not easy - and I feel like I learned a lot. I definitely plan to continue using the resources. I have applied for and set up over 7 interviews already in China. If you add on various additional certs, like Young learners and what not I would take those. I plan to take a job in China and blog about it for the year to qualify for the 1000 hour cert. Thanks so much for an awesome learning experience." - Sandra Dee Bonadonna, TEFL 120

There are some things that I don't understand in life and one of them is middle men. Recruiters like real estate agents are middle men. If you are looking for a job teaching English abroad you'll probably encounter one.

They are common in Korea.

Trick to find a good job teaching abroad

This is one trick on how to find a good job teaching English abroad. Chances are that you may run into a recruiter if you are planning on teaching ESL in Korea, China, Taiwan or Japan.

Cut out the middle man and deal directly with the school. Recruiters can add to the complexity of finding a job and they have their own interests in mind.