Our June 4, 2012 advancedTEFL course started on Monday morning and all of our trainees got to know each other during the brief orientation. Then it was time to get started and the morning ended off with two hours of methodology instruction. After a full morning, everyone’s stomachs were empty.
The Red Peppers restaurant on the ground level of the Aspery hotel prepared a wonderful Thai lunch for us once again. Trainees got to sample a variety of Thai dishes and get to know each other a little better.
In four short weeks, our TEFL trainees will have the skills they need to teach English as a foreign language to anyone. By earning an international standard 120-hour TEFL certificate, you can become in demand in the field of ESL language teaching.