Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate

Train to teach locally or abroad.

The TEFL Certificate program from Kennesaw State University’s College of Professional Education (formerly TESOL) has been preparing students for 15 years to become successful instructors of English.

Our quality training program focuses on the essential foundations to become an EFL/ESOL teacher. Our customized course material includes valuable resources for use on the job in an English language classroom.

Registration

Hybrid format coming in 2020

Prerequisites

High school diploma or equivalent. Working knowledge of computers and access to a computer and the internet are required.

What You’ll Learn

  • Issues of Culture
  • Elements of Linguistics; Application in the ESOL Classroom
  • Methods and Materials for Teaching ESOL; Lesson Planning and Content
  • Teaching Grammar; Strategies for Effective Learning

Who Should Attend

  • Recent college graduates looking for their first job
  • Anyone seeking a second or part-time career who has a passion to teach
  • Instructors or trainers seeking additional teaching opportunities
  • Au pairs
  • Translators
  • Former government or military personnel and spouses
  • Missionaries and volunteers

Note: If you are seeking an ESOL Endorsement to add to your clear renewable Georgia teaching certificate (for teaching English learners in public and private elementary, middle and high schools) please contact KSU’s Inclusive Education Department, Bagwell College of Education as our program is a non-credit certificate that is not transferable for this purpose.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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