The Contents of The Course
                                            Design by Puncher Group
  1. Discipline in the classroom
  2. Managing equipment and teaching aids
  3. Creating materials
  4. Correction techniques
  5. Evaluation and testing
  6. Teaching and Vocabulary
  7. Teaching Grammar
  8. Teaching productive skills (speaking & writing)
  9. Teaching receptive skills (reading & listening)
  10. Games in the classroom
  11. Songs in the classroom
  12. Teaching beginner students
  13. Teaching individual students
  14. Teaching business English
  15. Teaching young learners
 A . General English
B . The TEFL Certificate Course
C . Teaching Business English (TBE)
D . Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL)
F . Exams Preparation Courses
G . Teacher Training
H . IT  Training Programs
I . Soft skills
E . English for Specific Purposes
TEFL ( Teaching English as a Foreign Language )
Open up a world of opportunity with Intensive TEFL Courses (ITC). TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) courses have been designed for anyone who has learnt English at an early age, developing their natural ability to teach others in a fun, interesting and stress-free environment.

Our fully accredited intensive weekend courses are structured to provide candidates with the basic skills to teach conversational English without any prior experience or a degree standard education. In just twenty hours our students graduate with a recognized and accredited TEFL certificate which will allow them to teach all over the world on a conversational level. ITC are the first TEFL course provider to have their weekend course accredited by the internationally recognized Accreditat, a division of Training Issues Ltd.

Once Part One has been completed candidates have the opportunity to extend their new found skills by enrolling on Part Two, our optional home-study course. On completion of the Part Two section candidates will receive a graded TEFL certificate, and an officially accredited intermediate certificate.
Part One
Part Two
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