Our TESOL course in France
- The biggest and best known externally accredited TEFL course in the south of France
- CELTA alternative qualification
- Entirely onsite course for 4 weeks at our training school in the city centre – street address at the top of this page
- 6 hours of observed teaching practice, with feedback after each of your lessons from qualified trainers
- Over 75 hours of teaching and grammar theory, including teaching Business English and teaching English to children and teenagers
- Lifetime job guidance – wherever in the world you want to teach
- Help from qualified trainers with planning your lessons every afternoon
- Observation of experienced TEFL teachers
- Free personalised accommodation service
- Intensive French courses in our training centre, to start after your TEFL course ends
- Detailed information about French contract types, and setting up as a freelancer in France
- How to find TEFL work in any town or city worldwide
- Tips on opening your own language school
- CV and job interview help
What is the qualification needed to teach English in France? Vous recherchez une qualification pour enseigner l’anglais en France?“Bilingue anglais francais, en quoi travailler?” Nous offrons une formation pour devenir formateur d’anglais en France et partout au monde!
Retired in France, looking for some extra income? UK schoolteacher looking for a new start abroad? Looking for a gap year in France? Unemployed in the south of France? Our TEFL course is just what you all need! You might be already TEFL teaching but not qualified, or a UK schoolteacher fed up with discipline problems and paperwork. Many of our trainees are schoolteachers looking for a new start abroad. Teaching English abroad is a popular choice for people quitting UK teaching.
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“I can’t praise Jonathan and the TEFL team enough for their professionalism and their honest dedication to good TEFL teaching practice. It can be hard work but the TEFL TOULOUSE training was invaluable. We were encouraged to get out of our comfort zones and open ourselves to new experiences, both as students and as teachers.” Eddy Belleville, UK