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Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Interested in teaching English abroad or looking for ways to develop your teaching skills?

Then, Crossroads Languages TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) can help you.

We offer you professional advice and guidance to help you:

  • choose the right course to start your career in Teaching English as a foreign language
  • or develop your teaching skills to progress in your career

And there is absolutely no charge for our services!

Get your career off to a good start in Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Teaching English as a foreign language is an exciting and rewarding career, but to get the best out of it you need to choose your teacher training course well.

Definitely the best way to get your career off to a good start is with a recognised teaching qualification.

Today, most professionals in ELT would agree that the two initial certificates that stand out are:

Both these qualifications are accepted by the British Council in accredited language schools in the UK and also in British Council English schools around the world.

They are also accredited by the UK official Qualifications Authority (QCA) as a level 5 qualification. This is the same level as a foundation degree or a higher education diploma

A CELTA or TRINITY Cert TESOL qualification will give you the basic skills and knowledge to start your career in teaching.

  • They will give you a solid foundation to develop as a professional.
  • You will have a qualification to teach English as a foreign language which schools around the world will recognise.

See some of our training centres or contact us for information and advice.

Professional development courses for EFL teachers

Why take a teacher’s refresher course?

  • To progress in your career.
  • To recharge your batteries – get new ideas, improve your language, and meet other teachers.
At Crossroads Languages we work with some top quality language schools to bring you practical TEFL courses to help you improve your language ability and teaching skills, while relaxing with other professionals from around the world.

A few ideas of TEFL courses:

  • Our TEFL centre in Broadstairs works with internationally renowned trainers, including the very popular Seth Lindstromberg and Tessa Woodward – a great opportunity to experience some of their ideas to refresh your teaching.
  • Our Oxford centre runs their TEFL courses from the beautiful Oxford University Business School. Some well known and popular guest trainers will be there to give the courses.
  • Out teacher training centre in beautiful Bournemouth has been involved in the development of the University of Cambridge teaching qualifications since 1984 and has welcomed thousand of teachers and future teachers from around the world over the years.

Courses for Teachers of Other Languages

We also have a good selection of initial training courses and teacher refresher courses for teachers of other languages including Spanish and Italian.

If you are a European teacher, then you may be eligible for European funding, but you need to plan ahead, deadlines are often in January or February of the year you want to do your course.
Contact us with all your questions about courses and funding.
TEFL - See our Cambridge CELTA courses

TEFL - See our Cambridge CELTA courses

Browse our CELTA courses or get in touch if you have a question about the best teacher training course for you.

Contact us if you need information on applying for a Cambridge CELTA course.

Our Cambridge CELTA courses
What does TEFL mean? What does Celta mean?

What does TEFL mean? What does Celta mean?

New to English language teaching ELT?

Can’t get your head around all the TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) acronyms?

Here’s a little guide just to get you started.......

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