Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Buenos Aires  (TEFL)

TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language, TESL stands for Teaching English as a Second Language, while TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.

The Íbero TEFL Course in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is fully accredited and internationally recognized. This international certification and methodology course will equip you with the English teaching knowledge and skills you need to secure a job teaching English with reputable schools worldwide.

By completing the Íbero TEFL / TESOL course you will be taking your first step towards TEFL certification and living and working in Argentina or overseas. Make your dreams come  true of exploring new cultures, meeting new people, speak with native Spanish speakers and making a real difference to the lives of thousands of students by teaching English. This certificate will ensure you land a paid English teaching job with a reputable school where you will really be able to make the most of your teaching adventures in Argentina, Latin America or worldwide.

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is an all-encompassing term that covers both TEFL and TESL and is generally used by membership organizations like TESOL International and by universities to refer to graduate degree programs in English language teaching, such as the MA TESOL.

 

TESL means Teaching English as a Second Language is used similarly to TEFL/TESOL, but is more commonly used in Canada.

TEFL/TESOL CERTIFICATE covers a broad spectrum of different certificate courses to teach English abroad.

CELTA is The Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults is accredited and assessed by Cambridge University in the UK.

The staff has great layout, Florencia was great, Caro was amazing and Benjamin, hilarious. The TEFL course was really great. I learnt so much about myself, teaching, learnt great skills, met great people and finally learnt English tenses. Cara, England.

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