With an i-to-i TEFL course in Washington D.C. on your resume, you’ll get all the skills and knowledge you need to teach English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Our range of internationally recognized TEFL Courses are endorsed by employers across the world and are government regulated so you can be assured you’ll get a quality learning experience.
You may be wondering what the difference is between TEFL and TESOL, the truth is they’re all acronyms for pretty much the same thing. TEFL simply stands for ‘Teaching English as a Foreign Language’ and the qualification is widely accepted across the world.
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The TEFL courses team in Washington D.C. will be there to make sure you leave your course feeling confident and ready to take on your own class overseas. Led by an expert tutor with years of teaching experience and a group of fellow students at your side, you’ll be perfectly placed to learn and put your new skills to the test.
You’ll cover all the TEFL essentials, learning everything from how to plan a lesson to how to inspire your students. If you decide you want to take things further, you can take our longer courses with the classroom TEFL course included. We always recommend a minimum of 120 hour training before you start teaching abroad.
|9.00-9.15||Welcome & course aims|
|11.00-12.30||Teaching new language|
|1.30-3.00||Grammar & error correction|
(time may vary)
|Teaching Practice 1|
|5.30-6.00||Day 1 reflection|
|11.00-12.30||Teaching reading & listening|
(time may vary)
|Teaching Practice 2|
|5.00-5.30||Day 2 reflection|
|5.30-6.00||Your TEFL future|
Your TEFL Course in Washington D.C. will take up the majority of the weekend. On the Saturday and Sunday your training will start at 9am. On both days your training will finish at 6pm. We would recommend arriving at the venue 15 minutes before the course starts, this gives you time to meet your fellow students for the weekend.
Yes, during the course you will have plenty of breaks. On both days you will be given time to take a lunch break and to explore the area. There will also be regular complementary tea and coffee breaks throughout your TEFL Course.
There is no need to dress formally. Most course attendees choose to wear casual clothing.
I am very happy with the course. And i-to-i has been helpful.
Thank you, I-TO-I Team! That was a really amazing experience! I had the opportunity to check my knowledge, discover so much new information about teaching, new methodologies, secrets, tips, materials. I can advise this course to everyone, who wants to start teaching! You will be stunned when you find out how practical and handy the TEFL course is! Good luck, everyone! Many thanks, I-TO-I!
The course was great. Seeing and drilling the theory practically taught me a lot. Anny is an amazing teacher and I learned a lot from her. However, I feel that there might be better venues for the price we pay that would at least offer coffee on all the breaks and at least a snack to make the long days a little easier. There are also too many students in a class and students miss out on small corrections that a more one-on-one feeling would create with a smaller group. Over all the course provides value and the long days is worth the time spent. Thanks to all.
Wonderful course with many tips and references for all levels using various teaching methods, techniques and incentives.
It provides a strong foundation to go forwards with in TEFL.
It equipped me with the practical knowledge of what I have to do as an ESL teacher and how to in a simpler way
it was taught in such a way, that it was easy. You could see where you were going, could give yourself daily targets.
Everything. This course is the best, teaches you so much
I really enjoyed doing this course. It was very well set-up and has helped me tremendously on my way to become a good English teacher.
The course is very good and provides access to essential and interesting learning modules, however be prepared to truly commit. I work 60 hours a week and one day hope to move abroad and teach but not right now, because of my work concentration and motivation wasn’t always easy. All I’ll say is make sure you save/print every module where it says “print book” so you’ve always got the unit material to refer to when the course is complete. The practical element I feel should have come in later, it was fantastic but it was so long ago I’ve long forgotten most of it aside from my notes, which were thankfully extensive. There should also be an opportunity to either observe or carry out a lesson yourself and give/receive feedback.