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Over the years English has become the dominant language of the world.  It is the international language of tourism, the internet, science, entertainment and a growing number of other fields.  People from all corners of the world are studying the English language to advance in their career, to travel to other countries, pursue a higher education, to travel abroad, etc.  It is no wonder then that the industry for teaching English as a second language has boomed in recent years.  Native English speakers are living in countries from Chile to Colombia to Congo to China making a successful living out of teaching English.

Teaching English as a Foreign Language, commonly known as TEFL, refers to any one person teaching English to a student whose native tongue is not English.  Usually TEFL teachers are found working in countries other than their home country.  TEFL is also abbreviated as TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages) and TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language).  These three acronyms, among others, can be used interchangeably, but we refer to the course as TEFL here at our TEFL Training School. 

Teaching English as a second language is an extremely fulfilling experience.  Your students will be forever grateful to you for giving them your time and hard work teaching them such a valuable skill.  As the teacher, you have the unique opportunity to learn from your students about their culture while living and working in their country.  You will cherish the relationships you form through teaching English and the experience itself will never be forgotten.

The teaching practices were very useful. I learnt a lot about who I would prefer to teach and different English class dynamics. Carolina, our Professor, was really good, interesting, engaging and has a passion for Teaching. She is amazing. Tommy Bullen, UK

Our professor was amazing, insightful, intelligent and entertaining. You could tell she is very knowledgeable and has a lot of experience. I thought the school was in a good location and it was really nice. The book was helpful and the class videos were helpful as well. The teaching practice sessions were great, one-on-one and group English classes were a nice transition and helped me with the nerves surrounding teaching a class. Giuliana Del Guercio, USA

I found out about the  course in Buenos Aires through a friend who did a similar course in Thailand. The school is great, staff very nice, good facilities. I enjoyed the course and thought it was very helpful I liked that class observations and teaching practices were included. Our professor was great; she made lessons entertaining even though they were five hours long. The observations were great; it was good to observe before first teaching practice to have an idea of how English classes worked. Observing a variety of levels and different teachers was helpful. Teaching practices were useful in order to understand how activities work out best and to adapt to different English levels and students as well as to improve teaching planning skills. Claire Alexander, UK

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Run by a dedicated team of women from Argentina, belonging to various minority groups, we firmly believe in the principle of equal opportunity for all. Our programs are designed to create a supportive and inclusive learning environment, welcoming individuals regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, creed, color, race, ethnic origin, age, or disability. Beyond our commitment to providing quality TEFL training, we extend our efforts to actively contribute to the well-being of society. In particular, we collaborate closely with social organizations focused on supporting women and children in Argentina.

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