TEFL Course in London

Teaching English as a Foreign Language Program in United Kingdom

 

Duration: 4 Weeks Onsite
Hours: 120 Hours
Total Course Tuition: $1,350 USD
Booking Fee: $405 USD

 

Why take your TEFL Course in London?
Our accredited TEFL Course is located in Greenwich, London on Mycanea Road, adjacent to Mycanea’s Gardens, which is a special hidden gem that provides for tranquility in the middle of a bustling city. Our classrooms are accommodated in a building that is linked to London’s long history. Due to the never-ending stream of international learners considering the U.K. as the best platform for their English classes, there are plenty of English-teaching opportunities in London.

 
Study in London
Lots of people from all over the world prefer to learn English in the U.K.; consequently, most of your students will be international students, as well as immigrants. Our experienced TEFL trainer in London holds an MA in TESOL and has a considerable number of years in teaching English experience in different settings. The building features a coffee bar and wireless Internet; you may bring your laptop computers to work conveniently. The school is located within walking distance from the Royal Observatory, with the famous world clock and the Greenwich Meridian Line.

 

Accredited TEFL Program
Our TEFL course in London has successfully met all of the International Accreditation Organization (IAO)’s accreditation requirements and, as a result, our program has been awarded Full Accreditation by IAO. Our institute has been awarded Full Accreditation after being evaluated under the International Accreditation Organization’s standards of global best practices in: Organizational Management, Academic Management and Institutional Performance. IAO’s full accreditation is a proof that we offer education that is on par with global education standards and that our institute is fully committed towards continuous improvement in the ever-evolving field of education.

 
Course Content
120-Hour On-Site Certification
Our 4 week, accredited TEFL course in London provides for a high-quality practical training. During the training, there are daily study sessions, in which you learn teaching methodology, classroom management, how to teach accent reduction and interesting grammar classes. A major portion program is spent on preparing, teaching, and evaluating classes. The teaching-practice students are real students, whether locals or immigrants to the region. The onsite TEFL course in London is perfect if you have never taught English before and if you are serious about teaching English long-term. You will gradually acquire new skills, and get immediate feedback from your trainer.

 
2017 Course Dates
3 July – 28 July
7 August – 1 September
4 September – 29 September
2 October – 27 October

 

Included features within Total Course Fee:

  • 4 week TEFL Training of 120 hours.
  • Accredited and Internationally Recognized Certificate.
  • Job Contacts for London, worldwide + Lifelong Career Guidance
  • ALL course materials, stationery supplies, printing and photocopying.
  • Free wireless internet service at school.
  • Graduation celebration!

4 Week Onsite Course Content

TEFL course in London

I. Foreign Language Experience
The trainee will complete a daily learning journal during the foreign language experience. The focus is upon critical reflection on the learning experience and useful insights for teaching.

 

II. Language Awareness
· Grammar: Inputs cover word classes, simple sentence elements, complex sentences and clauses, verb time and tense, aspect and conditionals and modals, phrasal’s and voice.
· Phonology: Covering: phonemics, rhythm, stress, intonation, place & manner of articulation and connected speech.

 

III. Student Profile
Trainees work with individual students on rapport-building, error analysis and correction and addressing individual student needs. Three meetings with the student are required including transcription and error analysis of audio and written samples, culminating in a 60-minute session observed by a trainer.

 

IV. Teaching Techniques
V. Teaching Practice and Observation

Trainees complete
· 3 hours of observing experienced teachers
· 1 hour observing professionally developed video

· 12 hours of peer observation
· 1 hours of shared teaching practice
· 6 hours of individual teaching practice

 

VI. Material’s Project

London is one of the most important financial centers in the world; the English language has conquered the financial-services sector, not to mention the computer industry, which uses English terms to refer to parts or certain functions. Often, foreign workers are required to not just have specific knowledge of their field, but also a high level of English communication skills. English has become important in many areas of our life.

 

Additionally, the demand for English teachers increases approaching summer time; lots of summer programs take place in London and throughout the U.K. every year. In addition to the summer jobs, there is a need for teachers to work in summer camps. The perfect time to apply for these temporary jobs is during spring. These positions will pay slightly better and can possibly lead to landing a long-term teaching position in London or elsewhere in the country.

 

Travelling to London

London is unbeatable for fashion, history, and vibe. It is considered one of the most exciting cities in the world, full of things to see and do, with world-famous sights, restaurants, superb shopping, a range of excellent entertainment, and a nightlife that’s second to none. The London Eye is a major feature of London’s skyline. It is the world’s highest observation wheel, with 32 capsules, each weighing 10 tons, and holding up to 25 people. London’s vibrant club scene puts the city on the map as the capital of the cool and a place where you can party from dusk till dawn. Super clubs like “Ministry of Sound” and “Fabrics and Heaven” are among the biggest and best known places to be. For those who prefer a more intimate setting, the DJ bars are where it’s at.

 

Some of the most favorite tourist attractions in London are:

The British Museum with the Rosetta Stone and the Mummies, the National Gallery with famous paintings, the world-famous Tower of London and Buckingham Palace. The Queen’s official London residence has 775 rooms; it is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today.  For a fantastic, free display of British pomp and ceremony, watch the “Changing the Guard” ceremony outside Buckingham Palace.

Most of our students attending our TEFL Course in London use Airbnb (visit https://www.airbnb.com) to arrange their own accommodation. You can find housing in apartments, hostels, or single rooms at very affordable prices. The benefits of using this App is that you get to see different photos, read reviews of the place, a map to see the distance from the school, and you can talk to the owner directly.

 

Alternatively, we will gladly assist you set up your housing with an additional fee of $150 USD (plus the cost of the accommodation).

Where can I go shopping during my TEFL Course in London?  

Oxford Street is one and a half miles from end to end. It is said to be the busiest shopping street in Europe. For the best selection of shoe shops and independent fashion outlets, visit the area called “Seven Dials” at Covent Garden.  Bond Street in Mayfair is home to the most elegant and expensive shops in London.  Here you find designer clothing, such as Gucci and Armani; perfume; art and antiques; and more Royal Warrant holders (suppliers to the royal family) than anywhere else in London. New Bond Street is a few-minute walk from Bond Street Station.

 

How is the weather in London?

London and the South East have one of the mildest climates in the U.K., but the weather can be unpredictable.  Spring and autumn see temperatures of around 11° to 15°C (52 to 59°F). Evenings are lighter for longer with the advent of British Summer Time at the end of March (until end October).  Summer can be very pleasant with temperatures averaging 18°C (64°F) and often into the low 20s. In recent years, London has experienced heat waves with temperatures well above 30°C (86°F). Typical temperatures for winter are between 2° and 6°C (36 to 43°F). Temperatures don’t often drop below freezing and snow isn’t common, although in December 2010, London experienced heavy snowfall and an army of snowmen popped up all over the city! The number of rainy days (with more than 0.25 mm of rainfall) is fairly consistent throughout the year, with between 11 and 15 rainy days every month.  Don’t forget your umbrella.

Book your course today!
By attending this TEFL course in London, you will receive so much more than a TEFL Certificate and job contacts in United Kingdom, you will get priceless experiences! Your classmates will be an eclectic mix of people of all ages and professions, from all over the world, creating unforgettable friendships and enjoying the endless charm and beauty of United Kingdom.

Follow us:

  •    Mail: info@tefl-programs.com

  •    Call & WhatsApp

    Worldwide: +52 1 3315 187262

    USA: +1 630 463 8463

Contact us:

""
1
Message
0 /
Previous
Next

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Teach to Travel Academy TEFL Courses
© Copyright 2017