ARE ALL THOSE COURSES STARTING TO LOOK AND SOUND THE SAME???
That's because they mostly are.
That's mainstream TEFL.
- They claim they're "internationally recognized*", but in reality a "TEFL" certificate is (not any specific brand).
- They claim they're "accredited*" and maybe they are, but how much was that masked accreditor paid? And what did they actually do?
- They claim to have a 120, 140, etc. "hour*" online course, but we know those are fake "hours".
- They claim they're this and that, but would you like to know who runs that business?
Instead of supporting a large faceless company (or a fake look-alike) you could help support a small mom and pop shop.
Despite all those claims is the point of a course just to get a job?
Well, you might not even need one for that, but instead of just getting a job wouldn't you rather feel like you are moving towards having a better experience abroad?
I can promise you a great better experience teaching English in Asia (especially to children which is a large part of the market and often the harder age group to teach).
I could promise you the world
I could promise you an awesome, an amazing, an exhilarating experience teaching English abroad.
But teaching abroad can be tough. It's not only living abroad that can be challenging, but the actual teaching can be very head pounding at times. I mean you might be a naturally gifted teacher and excell in that classroom.
But if you're experience is anything like mine then you might struggle and you might initially hate it.
If you want to have a good experience abroad then you've got to learn how to teach. I mean the sun drenched beaches you've seen may be enticing, but your time spent in the classroom will have the greatest effect on whether your experience is good or not.
If you are willing to make an effort I can help make teaching English abroad easier for you.
Take this course (TEKA) because you want to have a better experience teaching English to children.
If you want to learn how to have the best experience possible teaching English to mostly children in Asia then I guarantee that this course will help you do that.
These 3 people took one of ESLinsider's courses and left you a review
"I wish I would have taken this course BEFORE I... Now I am optimistic about starting a new school year armed with better lessons and a realigned perspective." - Dolly M.
"Direct communication with Ian is a huge plus. There are a few assignments to submit (Lesson Plans, mainly) and Ian gave me very detailed and meaningful feedback..." - Kyle P.
"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
Does it seem like people like ESLinsider on Youtube?
That's because most of them do.
But not everyone
Words from an experienced teacher in Korea
"I really wish this course had been around during my early years in Korea because it would've helped so much more than the so-called orientation and training I did for a week in Seoul when I started with EPIK. I highly recommend these courses if you are serious about gaining practical knowledge of ESL teaching from someone who has been there." - George P.
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