Teach English As A Foreign Language ( TEFL) - Cambridge Diploma
Provided By Cambridge College London ( CCL -UK )
What does (TEFL ) certification mean?
Anything that you study about TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) that gives you a certificate at the end can be defined as TEFL certification. In practice, though, TEFL certification or TEFL certificate usually means a standard initial qualification that includes at least 100 hours of instruction and at least six hours of observed and graded teaching practice.
For people with no teaching qualifications and little or no teaching experience, Cambridge TEFL course is often used as a synonym for (TEFL certificate)
This expression is also used in many ways, but if an employer asks for a TEFL certificate they usually mean a certificate given at the end of a course with at least 100 to 120 hours of instruction and at least six to eight hours of observed teaching practice, such as the Cambridge CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) or Trinity CertTESOL (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages).
Such courses are most commonly taken intensively over four weeks, but part-time courses are available
What is TEFL?