Our online TESOL courses offer many different features and one of the most popular with our trainees is their high level of flexibility. There are no set times when you have to be online and no fixed timetables for any part of our online courses, which allows you to fit your studies around your own personal responsibilities and lifestyle. You are free to decide for yourself when to study and how much you want to do at any one time. This freedom means you can take one of our online TESOL courses and still carry on with your existing commitments, such as work, family, or study. As there are no timetables to stick to, you can log in to your study dashboard whenever you have a bit of free time and do as much as you can with the time you have.
The only real restriction we have with our online TESOL courses is a six month overall time limit which starts from the day you begin your studies. We have this time limit in place as it is important that the information you cover in the early sections of the course is still fresh in your mind by the time you get to the end. Apart from this overall limit, you are free to study at whatever pace you set for yourself. If you have plenty of spare time and do not have too many other commitments, it is theoretically possible to complete your course within just a few weeks. If you have a busy schedule or simply want to minimise any potential for study stress, you can work through the course at a more leisurely pace. Whatever your speed of study, you will still receive the same internationally accredited TESOL qualification once you have completed all the course units.
What Documents Will I Need to Teach English Abroad?
Once you reach the end of your studies you might decide to head overseas to teach English. Whatever the destination you choose, there will be certain documents required to satisfy potential employers or local immigration offices. For an overview of the potential documents you might need, have a read of our FAQ: What documents will I need to teach English abroad?
Who Will I Be Teaching?
If you go abroad to teach English your students could be of any age and from any background, depending on the location and the type of employer. You could have a class full of kindergarten children or a small number of business professionals in an office environment. For an outline of the most common scenarios, take a look at our FAQ: Who will my students be when teaching English abroad?
While you are on our FAQ Page you can also browse through over 200 other questions that are commonly asked by our trainees. You should find all the answers you need in straightforward and easy to understand English. Whatever questions you have regarding teaching English at home or abroad, ITTT has the answers to help you move forward.