please respond. I don’t want to be scammed. thanks
23 August, 2018 at 6:16
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Check their accreditation.
You may have already found out elsewhere, but this is my first visit to the forum and saw that no one else had responded to your question.
There are many good TEFL courses, and even some of the cheaper ones are acceptable to schools. However, most important can be the immigration authorities and what they will accept in order to issue a working visa. So be careful to check with the country you want to work in before handing over your cash.
Here’s a brief guide to accreditation: https://www.theguardian.com/careers/careers-blog/a-guide-to-tefl-accreditations-and-qualifications
23 August, 2018 at 6:26
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This course appears legitimate – there’s nothing in particular on their website that raises any red flags. It is an online course, and you need to be aware of the pros and cons of these.
Employers who accept an online qualification will normally accept any, so if you do go down that route, it doesn’t matter hugely which one you take. Just remember that not all employers accept online qualifications. Have a look at this page for more on this: