Duration: 4 Weeks Onsite
Hours: 120 Hours
Total Course Tuition: $1,800 USD
Reserve with a Deposit of: $450 USD (Deducted from Total Tuition)
Why take your TEFL Course in Hanoi, Vietnam?
Taking your 4 week Teacher Training in Vietnam is a great start if you want to teach English in Asia. Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and quickly emerging as a popular tourist destination! Our TEFL training center is located in Tay Ho district of Hanoi. Tay Ho is a residential area with elegant villas. You will find an interesting combination between French colonial charm and rich Vietnamese culture. From the magical small streets, to the breath-taking buildings, the culture and ambience are truly a delightful.
Study in Vietnam
The school features large, air-conditioned classrooms, a library, a computer lab and a cafeteria. It is conveniently connected to public transportation and is surrounded by coffee shops, restaurants, shops, parks and movie theaters. This popularity stems from the fact that it has so much to offer. Hanoi is undoubtedly an area that provides fun and enjoyment for all!
Accredited TEFL Program
Our TEFL Course in Hanoi, Vietnam 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.
120-Hour On-Site Certification
Our 4 week, accredited TEFL Course in Hanoi, Vietnam 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 Hanoi, Vietnam 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.
2018 Course Dates
8 January – 2 February
5 February – 2 March
5 March – 30 March
2 April – 27 April
30 April – 25 May
4 June – 29 June
2 July – 27 July
6 August – 31 August
4 September – 28 September
1 October – 26 October
29 October – 23 November
26 November – 21 December
Included features within Total Course Fee:
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
· 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
The average salary for a TEFL-certified, degree-holding, native English speaker is around $20 USD per hour. This is often higher depending on your experience and qualifications. Most trainees arrive in Hanoi with no prior teaching experience and are able to find a part-time job in a language center within the first days after graduation.
The quality of life for EFL teachers in Vietnam is fantastic! There are two main ways to earn a living as an English teacher in Vietnam: you can sign up for a long-term, full-time contract at one major school or you can take on multiple part-time contracts at several smaller centers. There are opportunities to teach all ages and all levels, from kindergarten to adult, although teaching young learners’ classes are easier to find. A usual full-time position is considered to be around 20 teaching hours per week; however, there are opportunities to take on less, or more, hours depending on your goals and priorities.
Numerous language centers, kindergartens, international schools, agencies and private schools in Vietnam dedicated solely to teaching English. This abundance of opportunity, combined with the all-year-round hiring system creates a very lucrative experience. Moreover, teaching English in Vietnam is a thriving business as the National Foreign Languages Project’s goal is for Vietnam to be bilingual in the next few years.
Most teaching jobs usually provide a steady job, set hours, health insurance, assistance with your work permit, holiday pay and often a tidy bonus upon completion of one-year’s contract. You can expect to earn up to and around $1,500 – $2,000 USD per month in this sort of position. These types of jobs require a 4 week/onsite TEFL TESOL Qualification and will entail applying for a work visa.
After graduation from your TEFL Course in Hanoi, the school at which you accept a teaching position will help you with this visa process. This will often mean signing a minimum contract of a year with that particular school. The more reputable schools and language centers will often cover the cost of your work permit and, while some schools might try and get away with it, it is usually possible to come to an agreement in sharing the cost. In order to obtain a working permit you must have the following:
– Internationally recognized TEFL certificate (original document)
– Health check from an approved hospital (this is very easy and cheap to have done in Vietnam)
– University degree (original document)
– Academic transcript (original document)
– Police clearance check (original document, not more than 6 months old)
Three-month Business Visa
Many people prefer the “no strings attached” lifestyle that is available in Vietnam. It is possible to enter the country on a three-month business visa (which, depending on your nationality, should cost around $90-$130 USD).
With this business visa, you can easily find cash- in-hand work at many of the smaller language centers. This will require you to renew your business visa at the end of every three months (at a similar cost as the initial visa but with no need to leave the country). This option won’t provide you with the benefits of signing up full time with one school, but it will allow you to create your own timetable and working hours. It is fairly common to have multiple jobs of this nature as these centers usually offer contracts of around three or four teaching hours per week. Three or four of these part-time contracts can provide you with enough money to live a fairly comfortable lifestyle. It is possible to survive on as little as 10 hours upwards per week in Vietnam.
For details, please contact the Vietnam Embassy Website.
Most of our students who take the TEFL course in Hanoi use Airbnb (visit https://www.airbnb.com) to arrange their own accommodation while taking the course. 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.
Another great resource to find accommodation in Vietnam is http://tnhvietnam.xemzi.com/.
Alternatively, we will gladly assist you set up your housing with an additional fee of $150 USD (plus the cost of the accommodation).
How is the Cost of Living in Vietnam?
Living costs are exceptionally inexpensive in Vietnam. A meal at a local food stall (which can be found everywhere) will set you back around $2 USD. This will be for a traditional dish of Pho (noodle soup) or similar. If you want to ‘splash out’ and eat Western food, you can easily go for a nice meal in a restaurant for around $5-7 USD. Local beer is available everywhere in Vietnam and you can get a glass of organically brewed ‘biahoi’ for less than 50 cents. Local markets provide fresh fruit and veggies in abundance. Just be aware that your status as a foreigner will leave you exposed to massive overcharging. You can visit ‘Western-style’ supermarkets where the prices are set, and you can find a good selection of groceries for reasonable value.
How can I set up a bank account?
Opening a bank account in Vietnam is fairly easy and recommended banks are ANZ Bank, Sacom Bank and HSBC. All you usually need is your passport and a Vietnamese address. You will have to fill out lots of forms and the card may only be a cash withdrawal card, making it difficult to transfer money out of the country. There are ways around this and usually your school will be able to help you.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and truly emerging as a popular tourist destination. This popularity stems from the fact that it has so much to offer. Hanoi is undoubtedly an area that provides fun and enjoyment for all people. And the great news is; if you take a look on line, you will see that it is easy to get there inexpensively.
What are some of the best attractions in Hanoi?
During your 4 week TEFL Course in Hanoi, you can relax on the weekends by visiting the:
Temple of Literature – This site has been around since 1070 AD and is a tribute to Confucius. You will get to witness a wealth of stunning pavilions and courtyards here too.
Tran Quoc – You must take a trip to this historic pagoda in Hanoi. It dates back approximately one and a half thousand years and is the foremost symbol of Buddhism in the whole of Vietnam!
National Museum of Fine Arts – Whether you are a fan of art or not, you will undoubtedly enjoy your trip where you will find a great collection of art, crafts, sculpture and artefacts.
How is the weather in Hanoi?
Hanoi features a warm, humid, subtropical climate with lots of precipitation. Summers (from May to September) are hot and humid, receiving the majority of the annual rainfall. Winters, lasting from November to March, are relatively mild and dry. Spring (April) can bring light rains. Autumn (October) is the best time of year in term of weather. The city is usually cloudy and foggy in the winter time, and the sun is only briefly to be seen.
Is there Airport Pickup upon arrival?
Your airport pickup can be arranged for $15 USD to your accommodations.
By attending our TEFL course in Hanoi, Vietnam, you will receive so much more than a TEFL Certificate and job contacts in Vietnam; 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 enchantment of Hanoi.