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This section of ESLJOBS.com provides an overview of what is involved in a TEFL certificate program.
TEFL TESOL Certificate, Diploma and Grammar course for teachers and travellers.
Overview of teaching English in Japan. 1st hand accounts of TESOL in Japan. Reacommended TEFL courses for Japan and useful numbers for further informtion on TESOL in Japan
Grammar Advisor is the grammar resource for TEFL teachers. Part online course, part reference guide, and part personal grammar consultant, Grammar Advisor is dedicated to answering the most common questions teachers encounter in the EFL/ESL classroom.
We provide online TEFL courses to teachers who wish to teach English across the globe.
The Tokyo Language Arts College offers a TEFL Certificate, Advanced TEFL Certificate and TEFL Diploma through distance learning. Self-paced courses with 3-month duration. 68,000 yen/US$780 per course.
A comprehensive ESL/EFL job & info site for schools & teachers in Japan and around the world. Contains job postings, resume database, ELT bookstore, plus a TEFL guide to pay (salary), taxes, visas, etc. in 50 countries (including Japan).
Interested in teaching English as a foreign language but don 't know where to start? The English Language Centre online has designed an innovative and effective Certificate course in TEFL/TESL which will introduce you to the world of TEFL - the world of choice.
For teaching English in Japan in a university position, a Master's degree is almost always one of the requirements. See our page on Graduate Degrees in TEFL for information on programs available via distance learning, as well as residential programs either in Japan or suited for the Japanese academic calendar.
Like all professions, the profession of teaching English is full of acronyms. Some you'll come across freqently, such as ELT, EFL and TEFL. Others are less common, or perhaps only common in writing (such as NNS). Two of the unofficial acronyms listed here are EDNAS and TENAR.
English Teachers in Japan is a free organization for language teachers. ETJ's publication has a practical orientation, and targets all segments of TEFL, while ETJ's regional groups hold workshops focusing on teachers of young learners.
Centre for English Language Studies at the University of Birmingham: MA TEFL/TESL, your choice of all distance mode or mixed mode (part distance, part on campus).