Teacher Training Schools
Do you want a 130-hour intensive course that that has a proven record of success?
… a program that is based on one of the most renowned MA TESOL programs in the world?
… a program whose trainers have MA TESOL degrees and with more than 20 years teaching and training experience worldwide?
… a program where you teach real esl students six solo hours?
… a program where all of your practice teaching is observed by your trainer and for every lesson you teach, receive feedback from both your trainer and your peers?
… a program that is accredited and where you can teach in both the US and oversees?
… a course that could earn you up to 8 graduate credits (optional)?
...a program that offers life-time job assistance? A number of our graduates are currently teaching or have taught in the Chicago area, including Harper College, College of Lake County, Triton College, various literacy centers, and private language schools as well as countries around the world.
SIT is the original Peace Corps training center and one of the first in the US to offer the MA TESOL degree, which this course is based on. It is currently conducting training for the US State Department in Algeria, and for the governments of South Korea, Afghanistan, Mayanmar, and Haiti, and works on many Peace Corps projects.
Our next course is October 22-Novemer 19, 2010. Check out: www.globaltefl.org
Call Ron Bradley 312-209-3660 or e-mail: [email protected]. Tuition: $2,295 all inclusive. From a former participant: "I can recommend the S.I.T. TESOL Certification course without hesitation. The opportunity to teach actual ESL students is invaluable. The workshops about each of the teaching English skills are informative and thorough. The instructors have a lot of knowledge and they both encouraged us as well as provided feedback for improvement based on their years of experience. The opportunity to observe co-participants teach and learn from each other in a supportive manner also added much to the course. It was four weeks packed full of teaching, learning, lesson planning, observing, reflecting and personnal growth."