Debbie007 wrote:I did a search and spent over an hour reading all the threads but came away from it more confused than ever. I think I will just call the British Council on Monday and see what they suggest. I thought somebody out there may have gone through the process and would be able to give me a straight-forward answer.
I was under the impression the British Council is the best place of study, because they are authorised by the University of Cambridge.What is the best school to go to in order to study for TESOL
Not heard of heartpower, but i did look into the pricing for the BC TESOL which is useful.Debbie007 wrote:When I look at the British Council site it says that I can achieve a Teaching Award after only 50 hours of study. Is that the same as a TESOL Certificate?
The British Education Centre offers a Dimploma in TESOL and a school called Heartpower offer a Certificate to Diploma as well.
There seem to be a lot of different ways to go about this. Have you heard of Heartpower?
All that is fine, well & good, but I believe the poster is here in Singapore and looking to teach here in Singapore. Got any suitable information for this thread which is centered on this country?wcs wrote:A friend with a bachelor degree in arts with honours did the CELTA certificate before leaving Australia. She found that in Japan it was not needed to teach English. She was there for three years. However when she moved to Prague to teach english they required her to have the CELTA certificate.
Obviously a new area of occupation for you. I meant the TESOL is useful to have in Asia. I haven't taken the course, but I have been teaching business English in China.Debbie007 wrote:Can you elaborate? How is the pricing useful? Have you taken any of the courses for TESOL?
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