MyTEFL review, submitted by Louise.
If you can ignore the occasional typo and grammatical error within the course components (as I could) then you really can’t go wrong with this course. My research led me to conclude that employers are looking for Tefl certification with a minimum of 120 hours and the MyTefl 120-hour ‘Master TEFL Expert Teacher course’ pretty much ticked all the right boxes for me. The course isn’t too difficult, but isn’t a walk in the park either, and I felt it covered everything I needed to know in order to prepare me for life as a teacher of English to foreign students abroad. A word of warning: if you want to enroll on a course that bottom wipes you through the job application process then this probably isn’t the right course for you, but if you are able to use the internet and seek out work for yourself then your MyTEFL certificate will be a definite bonus when interviewing with potential school employers. Despite this, I always found their admin team to be prompt and courteous with their communication with me and the bottom line is that the certificate is probably accepted in most countries in the world where you will want to be thinking about teaching English. I wouldn’t give MyTEFL a 5-star review, but 4 (I concluded) provide it with the justice it deserves. You can go the job placement route with MyTEFL, but if you look online you’ll see this is a bit of a money grab operation. So my advice is to do the course and then find teaching work yourself. You could do a lot worse than signing up to take your international Tesol with MyTEFL. Overall, a well-grounded course which does what it says on the tin and which prepares you for your first baby steps into Tefl.
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