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March 15, 2016


Teaching practice sessions have all finished for today, and it is incredible to see how much our new teachers and students have progressed over the last week and a half. We took some photos of our trainees right after they

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February 10, 2016


On the final day of each course, we ask all of our trainees to fill out an anonymous comment sheet to provide feedback about their experience at TEFLplus. Our trainees are number one, and we value all of the suggestions

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February 8, 2016


We would like to congratulate all of our English teachers for their hard work and commitment during our 120-hour TEFL training program. It was a fun-filled four weeks, and it was remarkable to see all of the hard work pay

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March 18, 2015


Our February 23rd advancedTEFL trainees are just about finished with their last week of training at TEFLplus. These three weeks have gone quickly and it’s hard to believe that there are only two full days left! We were able to

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February 12, 2015


On the last day of each course, we ask our trainees to leave their comments and feedback on our anonymous survey form. We have used this information over the past 30+ years to improve all of our courses, including our

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March 14, 2014


With three weeks down and just one more to go, our February 2014 advancedTEFL trainees are in the home stretch. In this third week of training they successfully conducted one English lesson per day under the supervision of a TEFL

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July 11, 2013


In our second installment of the TEFLPlus Spotlight, we caught up with Martin who completed his training at TEFLPlus back on 22 March, 2013. After graduating with his well-earned TEFL certificate, he moved up to Nakhon Ratchasima, in the northeast

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June 18, 2013


We’ve written quite a few posts about our trainees during their TEFL training in Phuket, but what about after they graduate? On average, about half continue traveling or return home and the other half start teaching. But, for those who

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