TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language and TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Both the TEFL
Fullcircle 120 Hour and 160 Hour Courses will give you an Internationally Accredited Teaching Certificate, which will enable you to access
1000’s of jobs worldwide. TEFL is normally associated with the UK and TESOL is recognised in the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
They both mean the same thing.
Who can take the TEFL courses?
Most individuals who take the TEFL Course are native English speakers but if your first language is not English then we recommend that you
have the Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) Qualification or equivalent in your country. You can contact our team to check before you
Where can TEFL take me?
Once you have completed the TEFL Fullcircle Certificate you can start teaching and travelling anywhere. TEFL Fullcircle will help you find
the skills you didn’t realise you had!
How old does a TEFL teacher have to be?
We feel positive that anyone over the age of 18 can benefit from TEFL. We have gap year students, life changers and retired individuals
taking the Courses. Everyone is welcome to start enjoying Teaching, whether it’s as a job or volunteering. We feel positive that anyone
who teaches will immediately find it an exciting and rewarding experience. TEFL Fullcircle would like anyone from any background or age to
Have more questions?
ASK THE TEFL EXPERTS - One of our experts will be delighted to talk about your plans