Bridge TEFL review, submitted by George.
Transitioning from being an IT worker to being a TEFL teacher wasn’t nearly as difficult as I’d imagined it would be. Fortunately, it was possible to take the TEFL course while I was still working at my full-time job. This meant I wasn’t forced to quit my job to primarily focus on the course, providing me with financial and job security as I made the transition. As a prior IT worker, I did notice a few bugs in the programming of the course, but I was also highly impressed with how the course materials were presented. The course was clearly designed by people who know their subject matter. I mostly studied in the early mornings and late evenings, as well as over the weekends. Basically, I whenever I could fit it into my working schedule. I have been unimpressed with the working wage of teaching online so far (not the fault of Bridge) but on the other hand, I’ve read that it is usual to begin on the bottom rung of the pay scale ladder and won’t take too long before my earning potential increases. It’s my opinion that these online schools get a lot of applications and the employee turnover is high, so they wait a while to see if you are a stayer or someone who is just in it for the short term. No complaints I can think of about the Bridge program other than I think the price of the course could be priced a bit lower. I’m now teaching English from home and wouldn’t have been able to accomplish this without taking the TEFL course.
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