Lesson planning is an important component of TEFL training. A good TEFL course will have at least six hours of English teaching practice. Here TEFL Madrid Spain students plan their lesson




From any TEFL course you will gain an entry-level teaching qualification, for teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL).

From an accredited and internationally recognised course, you gain a TEFL certificate sought-after by language schools, worldwide.

From the Worldwide TEFL Training TEFL courses, you will also gain

  • experience teaching in a variety of situations and for a variety of students, including Young Learners and English for Business
  • an increased confidence in front of the class and in teaching one-to-one
  • experience in planning your lessons
  • knowledge of the wealth of materials and methods you could use while teaching
  • knowledge of the local and international English teaching job market
  • CV writing, interview-training, networking and job-seeking skills
  • support from experienced tutors, even after you graduate and for as long you need it
Enroll in a Worldwide TEFL Training course to kick-start your English teaching carreer