FAQ

TEFL Fullcircle Online Courses:

1. What is TEFL or TESOL?

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.

2. Who can take the TEFL Course?

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 purchase at support@teflfullcircle.com

3. 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!

4. 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 experience TEFL.

5. What Type of Visa will I need?

Once you are TEFL/TESOL qualified you can begin your job search. The TEFL Fullcircle Recruitment Experts will guide you and advise you on the correct documentation for your contract. Many countries require a degree for the work visa but there are also many countries that do not require a degree.

6. How much can I expect to earn?

The amount you can earn depends on the country you are living in. The highest paid jobs are found in the Middle East, where some positions can pay between $3000 – $6000 per month depending on your experience.

7. Do I need to be able to speak the local language?

No you don’t, all lessons are in English.

8. Which countries can I visit?

Most countries on the planet are looking for English Teachers.

9. How long will it take to get the TEFL Fullcircle Qualification?

Please allow 6 months to complete the course. Extensions are available if you need longer.

10. Why take a TEFL Course?

The TEFL Fullcircle Course is open to anyone who would like to try teaching. In essence, the TEFL Course will give you instant access to thousands of jobs worldwide and the opportunity to live and work in another country.

11. What is the TEFL Fullcircle 120 Hour Online Course?

The TEFL Fullcircle Course is a way to obtain a 120 Hour Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

12. Why is The TEFL Fullcircle Online Course different?

We are different because we are offering you a complete TEFL Course.

13. How long will it take to get your TEFL Certificate?

Once you have submitted your final assessment, TEFL Fullcircle will advise you on whether you have passed the course or need to resubmit your work.

Once you have passed the TEFL Fullcircle Course you will be emailed a PDF copy of your Certificate. If you would like a hard copy then please visit our buy page. You will receive your hard copy certificate within 28 days of purchase.

14. What kind of support will you receive during The TEFL Fullcircle Online Course?

The TEFL Fullcircle Team is here to guide, help and support you throughout your course. Please ask any questions because we have a great deal of experience when it comes to TEFL.

16. How do I log in to the Courses?

When you purchase the course you will be emailed a username and password, which will allow you to access the course for the specified period of time. If you require more time or have any problems logging in then please contact support@teflfullcircle.com

17. How do I stay in touch?

You can stay in touch with us by emailing us any questions you might have or contacting us using our UK Telephone number, which can be found in the Contact Section.

18. Lost Certificates:

If you lose your certificate don’t worry. Send us an email and we will post a new one to you. The cost of a new certificate is £19.99 or $29.99 plus the cost of posting to anywhere in the world. Please allow up to 28 days for your new certificate to arrive depending on your location.

19. Internationally Accreditated:

The TEFL Fullcircle Online Course is an Internationally Accredited qualification, which our local partners recommend taking before you start employment.

20. What happens if I need longer with the course?

You can contact us to arrange an extension for either 1 week or 1-3  months. Let us know and we can quickly extend the length of the course.

TEFL Fullcircle Jobs:

1. How can I find a job once I’ve completed The TEFL Fullcircle Course?

The TEFL Fullcircle Recruitment Experts can help you find your dream job.
Please contact the recruitment team at support@teflfullcircle.com

2. Where can I work on the Planet?

Pretty much anywhere you like, where there is a demand for English teachers. At the moment ASEAN countries are booming and the cost of living is low.

3. Do employers recognise the strengths of having taught TEFL?

Yes, as jobs become more and more competitive a TEFL Qualification will add to your skills, particularly communication skills and interpersonal skills.

4. Where can I teach without a Degree?

China
South East Asia Cambodia
South America Brazil, Costa Rica and many more
Europe

5. Is it a Good Idea to get the TEFL Fullcircle Qualification before I start working?

Yes, it is. The TEFL Fullcircle Online Course will give you the skills you need to become an excellent teacher.

6. Is The TEFL Fullcircle 120 Hour Course enough to start teaching abroad?

Yes, it is. The Online Course is an excellent way to get started and learn before you start a job. Once you have your qualification you will have it for life.

7. How much money do I need?

You need to budget for the flights, if they are not included in your contract, your visa, medical cover, police clearance and insurance. You will also need to budget for the first couple of months if you have to pay for accommodation. This will depend on the country you visit.

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