• Why should I train with you?

      With so much choice and such a vast amount of conflicting information available on the Internet it can be difficult for potential TEFL course students to make the correct choice. The minimum entry requirement for most well paid jobs, with the best packages, is a level 5 TEFL certificate - such as ours, or the CELTA and the Trinity CertTESOL.

      Our course leads to a Level 5 TEFL Certificate (168 hours) and is regulated by Ofqual (UK government department) and awarded by Qualifi, a UK government recognised awarding body.  

      If you feel you would benefit from face-to-face tuition, including the opportunity to practice all you have learnt in the classroom, you should choose a TEFL course with face-to-face training. Ours goes beyond the current market leaders, making you - as a job applicant - the highest qualified of the new teachers. 

    • What form of accreditation does IELTT have?

      We are currently accrediting our learning programme with a Level 5 (168 hour) Certificate that is awarded by qualifi.com, a UK / Qfqual - recognised awarding body.

      The qualification was originally developed by the TEFT Academy however our learning programme is largely classroom based training as opposed to the online learning favoured by the TEFL Academy.

    • Where are you based?

      We're based in the beautiful city of Valencia, but we intend to run courses in Barcelona and Madrid.

    • Do you offer any package deals or discounts?

      We normally train small groups of teachers and as the courses are generally over-subscribed, no discounts are normally offered.

    • How many hours of tutoring do most Trainee Teachers need?

      The course lasts for 168 hours with 120 hours self-study, the most important bits - observations, micro teaching and teaching practices actually in a classroom.

    • How can I be sure that I'll pass the course?

      The learners are assessed over throughout their attendance on the programme. Assignments, course work, projects and of course teaching practices form the assessed content ..

    • When does the next course start?

      The courses last for 4 weeks and you must be accepted onto the programme and have paid in full at least 2 weeks before the programmes start. If you are interested in joining us, give us a call and we'll let you know if there is any space on the programme. There are normally 6 - 10 people on each course with a maximum of 10 persons.