When shopping for a TEFL certification course, it’s important to make sure it’s internationally accredited. After all, the point is to teach English abroad, right? Our courses are inspected each year for international compliance and code of conduct through various accrediting bodies, as explained below.
Costa Rica and Online TEFL Certification Courses
The Costa Rica and Online courses use a state-of-the-art curriculum written by a staff of highly experienced professors for International TEFL Academy. ITA is one of the global leaders in TEFL/TESOL curriculum, and trains over 3,000 students a year. The curriculum also surpasses internationally recognized requirements of a minimum of 100 hours of academic work and 6 hours of practicum (student teaching/observation) for a professional level TEFL certification.
To ensure that our TEFL certification meets international standards in quality and deliverance, this curriculum has been externally monitored and approved for accreditation by TQUK, an officially recognized Awarding Organization that is recognized and regulated by Ofqual, the British Government body responsible for monitoring and maintaining educational standards in the United Kingdom.
* The British system (Ofqual) uses the term “regulated” which is synonymous with the TEFL industry term “accredited”. These certifications are also on the QCF platform. The other term used is “approved” which is a lower level of oversight but is not what would be considered “accredited”. These certificates are not on the QCF platform.
Guatemala and Peru TEFL Courses
The curriculum designed and distributed via Maximo Nivel is accredited via the Ministries of Education in both Guatemala and Peru and must be re-accredited every three years.
Mexico TEFL Certification Course
Our Mexico course is accredited via International Teacher Training Organization (ITTO) through the Mexican Secretariat of Education (Secretaria de Educacion Publica) which is the leading authority regarding academics in Mexico. The SEP is responsible for monitoring, accrediting, validating, and standardizing any form of education in the country. Recognized worldwide, the SEP gives credibility and international acceptance to our TEFL Certification.
Vietnam and Cambodia TEFL Certification Courses
Both courses are accredited through AVSE with the Australian government. They exceed all of the minimum requirements to meet worldwide requirements, and uphold the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and meet the requirements for the Registered Training Organization (RTO) in Australia.
Thailand TEFL Certification Courses
The Thailand TEFL course curriculum was developed in collaboration with the London Teacher Training College (LTTC) and Entrust TEFL, and both are monitored and regulated by a board of independent advisers who ensure both a consistent standard and improved, cutting-edge approach to learning. The curriculum surpasses internationally recognized requirements of a minimum of 100 hours of academic work and 6 hours of practicum (student teaching/observation) for a professional level TEFL certification.
To ensure that our TEFL certification meets international standards in quality and deliverance, this curriculum has been externally monitored and approved for accreditation by the World TEFL Accreditation Commission (WTEFLAC), and it complies with the requirements of the Thailand Ministry of Education.
Prague TEFL Certification Course
The Prague TEFL course through Live TEFL Prague is externally validated and moderated by International Accreditation of TESOL Qualifying Organizations (IATQuO). Annual inspections evaluate the course against quality standards in five key areas: course content and balance, observed teaching practice, qualification and experience of tutorial staff, premises and resources, and course length.
The certificates for all trainees successfully completing the Prague TEFL Course are issued by IATQuO, which means that your certificate is recognized worldwide.