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Does any TEFL certificate count? How does a Trinity College London CertTESOL help me?

Recognition, professionalism, and acceptance are the foundations of any quality TESOL certification. As well as opening doors to English teaching positions in schools and organisations around the world it will also provide you with the confidence and basic knowledge to build a successful career either long or short term.

Before deciding on your TESOL training course you should take time to consider the following

Are you looking for a long-term career or maybe a short-term job while you are on your sabbatical or career change?

Some potential trainees for TESOL training courses are already well qualified in other areas of life and work. In my experience as a Trinity CertTESOL trainer, I have encountered qualified and experienced accountants, businesspeople, diplomats and even a scientist who were all looking for a change in direction whether it be temporary or possibly permanent.

A Trinity CertTESOL gives you the confidence to know that you have entered the vocation at the level of professionalism you are used to. You will be dealing with trainers and staff who have many years of experience in teaching and training in locations around the world

teaching practice in actual classroom in Thailand

Are you looking to add another string to your bow?

Perhaps you have already been in the classroom in some capacity. Maybe as a teacher or a teaching assistant. Or do you already have some ESL teaching experience and have decided to take your training to the next level. Perhaps you already have a lesser TEFL certificate but have decided you need a foot up to get to the next level.

The Trinity CertTESOL course will help answer those questions you have pondered over. Why students react in the way they do in the classroom. How to make your teaching effective to all ages and levels of students. What is it like to be a second language learner yourself and exactly how much do you need to adjust your lesson plans for different student levels and ages?

Travel the world and learn new culture with your Trinity CertTESOL certificate

Do you want to travel the world?

Most of our trainees want to have the opportunity to travel the world. Just finished a few hard years of study. Taking a year off. Kids have grown up. You just feel it’s time to get out there and make a difference.

A Trinity CertTESOL enable possibilities to travel the world and fund your travels by teaching while enjoying new experiences and making new friends.

Sure, there are many different types of TEFL certificates with exotic names promising you the world. But wouldn’t you rather have the confidence that you really do have the teaching basics packed in there with your sunglasses? The ability to write a proper lesson plan. Fully prepared. The knowledge that you can stand there in front of your classroom full of wide-eyed students and really know what you are doing? We think you would.

Reasons to choose the Trinity CertTESOL

The Trinity CertTESOL certificate that is recognised around the world and has the backing and moderation of Trinity College London (Est. 1877)

Sample Trinity CertTESOL certificate
Sample Trinity CertTESOL certificate

The Trinity CertTESOL is one of the top two guaranteed, quality controlled TEFL / TESOL credentials in the world

Every Trinity CertTESOL course is independently quality control checked by a visiting moderator from Trinity College London.

The CertTESOL is accepted by the British Council as an initial TESOL or TEFL qualification for teachers in its accredited teaching organisations in the UK and in its own teaching operations overseas. Many other state and independent sector teaching organisations also accept the qualification.

Credits are also awarded towards degree programmes offered by universities in the UK.

Trinity College London is a member of professional language organisations worldwide, including:

  • European Association for Quality Language Services (EAQUALS)

  • European Associating for Language Testing And Assessment (EALTA)

  • International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL)

  • Quality in TESOL Education (Quite)

  • The Association of Language Testers in Europe (ALTE)



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