At TETRA we have carefully designed a TEFL Cert. course that provides our candidates with more than just the basic knowledge required to successfully teach English as a Foreign Language. Our ever evolving programme combines instruction with hands-on experience to empower you with the tools and abilities that will allow you to thrive in today’s EFL classroom.
By keeping our finger on the pulse we have adapted our course to reflect the ever changing demands of the industry. Over the years learners have become more target oriented, more academically focused and more specific with regard to their needs. This notion has helped shape our TEFL Cert. courses in a way that provides the candidate with an individual, personalised experience that allows you to evolve into the role of the teacher by focusing on your own strengths.
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Get a 75% refund on your TEFL Cert. Course Fee!
*The TEFL Cert Course fee paid by prospective teachers who enrol for a TEFL Cert Course may be eligible for funding under the Training Pays Scheme. The scheme offers assistance in the form of a training grant to aid participants with costs related to training. The grant will be awarded to the eligible individual (trainee) after the successful completion of their training. Grant shall be equivalent to 75% of the direct training cost excluding VAT but will not exceed the maximum amount of €1,000. The minimum threshold for an application to be accepted will be set at €100.
More information can be found in the underneath link:
– the scheme only applies for TEFL Cert courses are pegged as a level 4 award on the NQF
– applications for funding must be submitted at least 15 days before the course start date
– the invoice and payment date for the course cannot precede the application for funding date
TEFL Cert. Part-time Course Information
TEFL Cert. June Crash Course Session
Start date: 18th June 2018
End date: 29th June 2017*
Schedule: Monday to Friday
*Sessions that fall on the public holiday will be made up on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the first week of the course between 1415 and 1535
Sample Time table:
Session #1: 9.00am till 10.30am
Session #2: 10.45am till 12.15pm
Session #3: 12.30pm till 14:00pm
“How to Teach English” Jeremy Harmer
“About Language” Scott Thornbury
“An Introduction to Language” Fromkin and Rodman
“Learning and Teaching English” Cora Lindsay and Paul Night
“Learning Teaching” Jim Scrivener
“An A to Z of ELT” Scott Thornbury
“Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching”
“Practical English Usage” Michael Swan
“Grammar for English Language Teachers” Martin Parrot
“How to Teach Grammar” Scott Thornbury
“How to Teach Vocabulary” Scott Thornbury
Sprachcaffe Languages PLUS
Location of the St. Julian’s English School
Our Sprachcaffe school is situated in Pembroke, near the picturesque town of St. Julian’s. Many buildings in the area, including the school complex, are from the colonial era and have a decidedly British feel style.
Inside the St. Julian’s English School
An overview of the facilities in the St. Julian’s English school:
- Well-equipped classrooms with facilities for the disabled
- All classrooms located on campus are air-conditioned
- Library and common room for studying
- Internet access – free access to computers at reception
Booking and price list
To book or enquire for more information simply click on the “Get info” button to send an email to one of our admissions representatives.