MyTEFL review, submitted by Alex.
If all of the myTEFL graduate travel blogs are to believed, you will have an “awesome” time on this course; receiving the “best” in online Tefl training and job finding services. There’s just one problem-those travel blogs aren’t written by people doing it out of love. They are writing about how great myTEFL are because they get to earn an affiliates commission on each and every new course sign up that is recorded through their blog. Very disingenuous indeed. It took me 4 days to wrap this course up. A 120 hour course in 4 days. It was no way a 120 hour course. Very light on the content depth too. And when it was all done and dusted, when I had received my TEFL certificate and was waiting in anticipation for the help to locate a job abroad, the help never came. Basically, they try and upsell you on a job placement or internship and go silent when you say you want to look for a job on your own and with their help. I’ve never had an experience like it when so much was promised upfront and so little actually provided. Don’t believe the myTEFL travel blogs! That is the lesson learned out of this whole experience.
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