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    ESL Cert Course Selection

    I have decided to take an ESL Certification Course.

    I currently have a university degree and about a year of previous teaching experience. Though I am curious about the certification courses themselves.

    Are they generally all the same in terms of how employers view them, with the only difference being the price that I pay for certification??

    Do employers prefer or favour In-class Certifications with teaching practicums as opposed to an online certification???

    Is there the possibility that this distinction in terms of certification would have an effect on one's pay scale???

    Any info would be great

    Thanks

    - Rob

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    Re: ESL Cert Course Selection

    CELTA is the most widely recognised.

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