Course Details


  • Internationally-recognized qualification
  • Accredited internationally by ALAP
  • Certificate direct from Awarding Body
  • Course Transcript direct from Awarding Body
  • Personal tutor support throughout your course
  • Downloadable course materials
  • No set start dates and no time limit
  • Preference for jobs at our English Language Schools
  • Specialized content on Teaching Business English and Teaching Young Learners

Course Details

Entry Requirements

Dates And Fees

– Course Qualifications and Accreditation
– How the course works
– Course Aims
– Course Contents
– Course Evaluations
– Course Length
– After the course
– Teach with Anglo Centres after your course

This is an INTESOL Worldwide course accredited by ALAP (Awarding Language Acquisition for Professionals) and delivered by Anglo Centres TEFL as an official INTESOL training centre.


The 180 Hour Certificate in TEFL / TESOL contains comprehensive academic and practical input. The course has been designed to fully equip you with the skills you will need in the classroom and it is the perfect platform from which to start your teaching career. This is a highly respected qualification by employers worldwide.

This course includes extensive coverage of two specialized areas of TEFL / TESOL: Teaching Business English and Teaching Young Learners.These skills are highly regarded by employers worldwide and will place you well ahead of your competition.

While other courses set out to get you through the units as quickly as possible at Anglo Centres TEFL we strive to provide quality courses that prepare you thoroughly as an English teacher – we commit to our students all the way through. That’s the Anglo Centres TEFL difference.

Course Qualifications and Accreditation

Successful candidates will be awarded INTESOL WORLDWIDE’s

180 Hour Certificate in TESOL and a course transcript.

Now, for a small supplementary fee, you can have Dual Certification – that is, two certificates (one that says TEFL and the other TESOL)


The 180 Hour Certificate in TEFL / TESOL is accredited by ALAP (Awarding Language Acquisition for Professionals), a UK based awarding body that specializes in English Language Teaching.

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How the course works

Students are assigned an online tutor who will be there at all times to support and guide you throughout the course. Communication between students and online tutors is mainly via email although tutorials via video-call can also be arranged. Once the registration process is complete, the students can download the course materials into their computers and start work.

One of the advantages of taking an online TEFL / TESOL Certificate course such as this is its flexibility: you can work at your own pace and have no deadlines for submitting your work.

As you advance through the course units you will be receiving valuable feedback from your online tutor. It is not necessary to be online to work on the course. When you are ready to send in your materials all you need to do is attach your work to an e-mail.

This is the usual process:

  1. Check that you meet the course requirements and purchase the course.
  2. Your application is reviewed and if everything is in order you have officially joined the course.
  3. You are assigned a distance learning tutor who will be your guide and give you feedback during the course. Your tutor will be there for you whenever you have questions or need help with your work.
  4. We e-mail you a welcome pack consisting of instructions for getting started and downloading course units.
  5. You are ready to start! Just go through the materials and e-mail your tutor your work when you are ready.
  6. Your tutor e-mails you back with comments, suggestions and a unit grade. This is repeated for every unit in the course.
  7. Once you have successfully completed all course units an evaluation panel will award you an overall course grade.
  8. A communication is emailed to you with your final grade.
  9. You receive your certificate and course transcript from the Awarding Body.
  10. You are a qualified TEFL / TESOL teacher!

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Course Aims

The overall aim of the course is to provide a thorough introduction to the Methodology and Practice of TESOL / TEFL. By the end of the course successful candidates should show an understanding of effective teaching methods and techniques and the ability to design appropriate and effective lesson activities and plans. Overall, this course should enable candidates to reconcile key theoretical aspects and principles of teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages with the realities of everyday classroom practice.

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Course Contents

This course consists of six units comprising a total of twelve modules. You will develop the skills of teaching by working your way through a number of practical tasks. As part of your training you will be asked to reflect on how you would apply these theories and methods in an actual classroom setting.

Course Structure
Unit 1: Study Skills

(not assessed) – how best to organise your study time.

Personal motivation
Planning and organising study time; timetabling, study periods, realistic planning
Study techniques; making notes, concept maps, nuclear notes, mnemonics
5 step reading techniques; selection, recognition, extraction, organisation and transfer of information
How the course works; role of tutor, tutor assessed and self-study tasks

Unit 2: The Study of English

Module 1 – Deductive Analysis and use of grammars – parts of speech and grammatical terminology – the tense system, reported speech, active and passive
Module 2 – Elements of pronunciation: intonation including rising and falling tones, sentence stress, weak forms – sounds of the language/phonology; word stress, schwa sound, phonemic chart – teaching a ‘pronunciation point’
Module 3 – Lexis selection: frequency and appropriacy – lexis formation: synonyms and antonyms, word stems, parts of speech including prefixes and suffixes

Unit 3: The Teaching and Learning of ESOL

Module 1 – Overview of ESOL issues – being a caring teacher, involving students, using realistic language, keeping the students attention, teacher talking time, correction, levels in ESOL teaching, visual aids, use of mother tongue; teaching for exams: Cambridge ESOL, Professional English Examinations, TOEFL etc; the role of grammar, classroom techniques, one to one teaching
Module 2 – Listening and Reading: skills and the textbook, different kinds of listening, available materials – reading in a foreign language; types of reading, types of texts, writing comprehension questions, stages of reading activities, designing reading activities
Module 3 – Speaking and Writing; what it’s like speaking in a foreign language, setting up speaking activities, types of speaking activities, discreet sound teaching, issues in teaching writing, the nature of writing as a skill, organising and planning writing activities
Module 4 – Visual Aids; study of all the audio-visual aids available – production of your own flashcards and aids to be used with a simple flannelgraph.
Module 5 – Error – looking at authentic student errors, classifying them, using a correction code, producing remedial exercises and improving your own practice.

Unit 4 Classroom Management and Assessment

Module 1 – Learning and teaching; seating, name, teacher talk time, use of questions, ways of differentiating, managing interruptions, learning styles – Lesson Stages and Plans
Module 2 – Parts and stages of a lesson – time management, group, needs analysis, writing aims and objectives, predicting problems, sample lesson plans at a range of levels

Unit 5: Teaching Business English

Subjects covered in this unit are:

Business English in relation to EFL/ESOL
How to carry out a Needs Analysis
Matching course content to target group
Creating materials for Business English
How to write a Business English syllabus

Unit 6: Teaching Young Learners

Subjects covered in this unit are:

Differences between the ways in which adults and children learn
Features in the stages of development of Young Learners
Classroom management strategies for use in the Young Learners classroom
Teaching techniques for use with Young Learners

NB – The 220 Hour course is the same plus a Teaching Practice block.

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Course Evaluation

Your progress will be continually evaluated. There are no exams. As you continue to improve in your teaching abilities your grade will continue to evolve to reflect your professional growth.

Certificates bear the final average grade:

A1 – Distinction
A2 – Excellent
B1 – Very Good
B2 – Good
C – Pass

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Course Length

The Online TEFL / TESOL Certificate is estimated at 180 hours. The length of time required to complete the course varies from person to person. If you dedicate yourself to the course fully, for example an average of four hours a day, you can finish in less than four weeks. Most people, however, due to other life and professional commitments can only work on the course four or five hours a week and take between eight and twelve weeks to finish.

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After the course

Shortly after you successfully complete the online course, you will be mailed your certificate and course transcript.

However, your real award will not be a mere piece of paper. Your award will be a possession of the skills, experience and confidence to go out anywhere in the world and successfully teach other learners the English language.

At Anglo Centres TEFL, you graduate with more than just a certification to teach, you graduate as a professional educator.

Finding employment:

Anglo Centres TEFL is an official training centre for INTESOL WORLDWIDE, a highly respected international organization with branches all over the world. Thanks to their support and their numerous connections with schools and recruiting agencies we can provide guidance that may land you the job you are looking for.

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Teach with Anglo Centres after your course!

If you would like to live and teach in Spain you have the opportunity to work for Anglo Centres. We recruit new teachers every year for our Adult, Young Learner and Business English courses.

Priority is given to our graduates so you may well end up teaching at one of our centres!

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Entry Requirements

If you are 18 years of age or older, can speak English proficiently, are dedicated to working hard, are self-motivated and have a passion for learning and helping others learn, then the 180 Hour Certificate in TEFL / TESOL is right for you.

Although a university degree is preferred, it is not essential.

You don’t even need to have any prior teaching experience or qualifications.

After successfully completing our course you will have all the training you need to fully qualify you to start working immediately.

Why wait?

Submit your application today!

395 EUR
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You may start as soon as your application has been accepted and course fees paid.

There are no time limits or deadlines for sending in assignments or completing the course.


180 Hour Certificate in TEFL / TESOL:

395 EUR
Apply now

Supplementary fee for Dual Certification (optional): 35 EUR