Taking your TESOL course with ITTT in Peru means that you get to earn an internationally recognised teaching certificate on a fully accredited course in one of South America’s most interesting countries. During the course you will get to experience the history and culture of this fascinating country first hand and on completing the course you will have a highly regarded certificate qualifying you to teach English and you may well decide to stay on and teach in Peru.
There is always something new to see and do in Peru, from the giant man-made lines and drawings of the Nazca Desert to the natural beauty of the Amazon. You can explore the many ruins of the Inca civilization that abound in the country including the awe inspiring Machu Picchu. Peru is also a great place for outdoor activities with plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, paragliding and surfing. Sign up for our TESOL course in Peru and not only will get to experience all that this country has to offer but you will also earn a qualification that will equip you with the skills you need to teach in English in Peru and elsewhere in the world.
For those wanting to live and work in Peru the biggest markets for teachers are in the capital Lima and other urban centres, though positions are available all over the country. It’s worth bearing in mind that jobs are much easier to come by when you are already in Peru, and by taking our course in Cusco you are well placed to take advantage of the local demand for English teachers. Our courses in Peru run throughout the year and our centre is the perfect place to start your teaching career in South America.
TESOL Courses in Peru’s Historic Capital
ITTT’s teacher training centre is in the popular city of Cusco, the gateway to Machu Picchu. Cusco is an excellent base from which to take your TESOL course and to explore the wider region. A popular destination with tourists from all over the world, it is easy to organise tours to all the most popular tourist sites, including Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley of the Incas and many more. The city has plenty of good restaurants serving both local and international dishes and the many bars and clubs make a night on the town a great way to let your hair down after a week in the classroom. For those interested in the history of the country, there a many museums and historical sites to explore including the Convent of Santo Domingo a Spanish colonial convent built on the ruins of the Qurikancha, one of the most important temples of the Inca. Other activities include rock climbing and zip lining and trips to the Amazon Basin.
ITTT offers excellent training from experienced teacher trainers for people who want to gain TESOL certification in Peru. Our certificates are some of the most highly regarded in the TESOL industry and they will allow you to find teaching positions countrywide. Our training centre is also perfectly placed for you to go on and teach in other countries in the region.