Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires , Argentina 83 Piedras Street, 3rd floor E,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
If you would like to teach English abroad, at another destination we can arrange that as well. Once you graduate from our TEFL course, the doors open to a whole world of ESL amazing work and travel opportunities. This TEFL certificate is recognized by schools and employers all over the world. With our dedicated TEFL trainer, you will receive personalized feedback and guidance to make sure you feel totally prepared when it comes to teaching English in Argentina, Latin America or abroad.
Our Spanish eight levels cover everyone from complete beginners to students nearing fluency. Each stage takes three weeks to complete and ends with an exam. Our Spanish program is designed to expose students to all facets of the language: writing, reading, speaking, listening/comprehension and grammar. Our balanced teaching approach allows students to progress quickly while maintaining a pleasant learning environment.
Diversity and acceptance– Students from every corner of the globe have spent time at and enjoyed their experience with us.
Certified Spanish classes and Diploma: On their last day at the school, students are presented with a diploma stating the level they achieved, and the dates they attended the course.
We have designed our TEFL course in Buenos Aires to be professional and accessible. Anyone with a native or near-native level of English can take our course. A Bachelor´s degree is preferred but not essential. You will get job placement from 6 months to 2 years in Buenos Aires or anywhere in the world. This is your unique opportunity to make a change, a career move, try something new and venture abroad! Let the most highly accredited TEFL course in Latin America prepare you for your new life as an English language teacher.
I found out about the TEFL course in Buenos Aires through a friend who did a similar course in Thailand. The school is great, staff very nice, good facilities. I enjoyed the course and thought it was very helpful I liked that class observations and teaching practices were included. Our professor was great; she made lessons entertaining even though they were five hours long. The observations were great; it was good to observe before first teaching practice to have an idea of how English classes worked. Observing a variety of levels and different teachers was helpful. Teaching practices were useful in order to understand how activities work out best and to adapt to different English levels and students as well as to improve teaching planning skills. Claire Alexander, UK