Re: INTESOL deal
Originally Posted by OliT93
If you are doing a three-year teacher-training course at university, you end up as a qualified teacher in your own country, something that CELTA and Trinity Cert graduates are not. If you wish to enter the ELT world, then it may well be worth your while taking a CELTA or Trinity CertTESOL, but don't waste money on an 'internationally recognised course' unless it offers at least 100 hours of tuition and an absolute minimum of six hours observed teaching.
I am looking to do the course so that when I have done my 3 year teacher training course at University I can then go abroad using the TEFL qualification before settling into a classroom job.
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