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Tesol course in November



The internationally accredited Tesol Certificate Course (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) will be held from Nov. 10 to Dec. 2 at Claret School of Quezon City, UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City.

Recognized by leading global universities and backed by the world’s leading practitioners of EFL/ESL (English as a Foreign Language/English as a Second Language), the Tesol certificate is accepted by international employers and is one of the few in the world for which universities grant accreditation should its holder go on to seek a master’s degree.

The main lecturer is Dr. Paul Robertson, CEO of Tesol Asia Ltd., chief editor of Tesol Law Journal, founder of seven other international academic language journals and author of numerous books on second language acquisition.

The fee is P18,000 for local enrollees and $1,000 for foreigners. It includes a kit,  an international certificate, a letter of reference from Dr. Robertson and snacks.

Discounts are available for early birds.

To register, contact Ron Gascon at 0932-859-2480 or gascon_ron@yahoo.com; Pearl Ilustre, 0916-639-6896 or pearlgaborno@gmail.com; or Nina Tongson, 0906-439-1632 or nina_ tongson@yahoo.com and 921-6587 loc. 266, or claretqctesol@yahoo.com. Visa or MasterCard payment is accepted.


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Tags: English , languages , Tesol


  • EFL_MAN

    My understanding is that there is currently NO international, independent accreditation agency for TEFL courses.

    Who accredits your course?



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