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DescriptionTESOL Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
TESOL certificate provides you with the most up-to-date knowledge and practical skills you need to be an effective ESL teacher. Created and taught by experts in the field the TESOL program has an excellent reputation and will open the door for you to teach in a variety of settings. TESOL certificate holders have found teaching opportunities with intensive English language programs adult schools community colleges private ESL schools corporations and overseas English schools. Many employers require only a TESOL certificate and a bachelor s degree.
Let make it a start of another career choice for you!
Hangzhou Shanghai China TESOL Course Dates 2014
24 March - 18 April
21 April - 16 May
26 May - 20 June
30 June - 25 July
4 August - 29 August
1 September - 26 September
27 September - 24 October
27 October - 21 November
24 November - 19 December
US 1 490 deposit final payment excluding accommodation
US 1 620 deposit final payment including shared accommodation
US 1 690 deposit final payment including individual accommodation
This amount includes tuition course materials certificate and moderation fees.
One of the most historical and cultural spots in China amazing West Lake and a number of museums.
Easy access to the anywhere by all means of transport ocean offshore and inland water shipping high way and railroad transport air flights etc.
Food expense covered. Delicious meals provided by our host school free of charge 3 meals from Monday to Friday lunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday.
Clean rooms offered for a cheap price only 200USD 4weeks.
A range of various outdoor and cultural activities Free internet wifi service in the classrooms and dorm buildings. Study Mandarin at an affordable rate.
Great environment for one-month stay on the campus of our host school GLV. You can meet many Chinese students from different areas who are willing to make friends with you
Convenient weekend trips to Shanghai Suzhou Nanjing and many ancient towns nearby such as Zhouzhuang water town Shaoxing etc
Your fellow students come from countries all around the world Your teacher trainers are among the most experienced and well-trained professionals in the industry Your support staff is extremely helpful courteous and will assist you with whatever you need
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1. Where do I eat on and off campus?
You may partake of meals at our host school in Hangzhou free of charge in exchange for attending the English Corner once a week, usually on Saturday mornings at a local venue and mingling with the students and speaking English with them when you are in the GLV cafeteria. The timing for the English Corner will be intimated to you during the course. If you are unable to fulfil this requirement, meals are charged @ 9 Yuan per meal.
We request you to mingle with the Chinese students during your meals at the school cafeteria. Interacting with the students gives them more contact with Westerners, and allows you to learn more about Chinese people and their rich culture. This experience will stand you in good stead when you start working in China. Please note that the school maintains a strict English-only speaking environment. (FYI: food in GLV is clean with no MSG. The cuisine is Chinese. Three meals are provided from Monday to Friday, and lunch and dinner are served on Saturday and Sunday). Meals are served at specific timings. Cooking in your apartment is not permitted.
2. How much money should I bring with me for the course to pay for living expenses?
During the four-week course you should have about $350 - $700 USD to cover general living expenses, such as food if you don’t like to have meals in GLV and transportation, depending on your spending habits. Currency exchange can be easily done at any local bank. You are on your own on the weekends and will be informed, if there are any activities sponsored by GLV. Trainees can attend these activities for free.
If you have interest, please shoot us an email. firstname.lastname@example.org
3. What kind of visa should I get? How do I obtain it and what do I need to know for the application?
You need a Tourist visa for attending this course. You could obtain it from your local consulate or a travel agent. You could find your local consulate’s website through Google by typing in “Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in xxxxx” for example. As all the Chinese consulates state on their websites that “All regulations and costs are subject to change without notice”, so there might be some new rules came out without notice, However, in general at the moment, for obtaining a Tourist visa you will need following documents :
1) Visa application form
2) One recently taken 2X2 inch photo showing entire face and without a hat on. Please affix the photo to the application form.
3) Original passport with at least 2 blank visa pages and valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of application.
4) Former Chinese visa records (if any, together with their copies).
5) visa fee, depends on your nationality
6) Your passport is valid for at least 6 month after arrival date.
7) A hotel reservation letter might be required. However, it depends on your nationality. If it’s required, please email us at email@example.com, so we can get it prepared and send it to you via email. If it requires contact info in China, you may use our school’s info on the webpage.
8) If you would like to stay in China after the course, you may like to apply for a 60-day or 90-day visa, possibly with double entry or multiple entries.
4. How many students on average are in the program?
Small groups of 6 -- 10 is the usual size however the number may go up in summer. Most of the participants are American, British, Canadian or Australian, although we do accept non-native speakers of English who have a high proficiency in the language.
5. What are the teaching practice students and classes like?
We offer English classes for Chinese students who are interested in improving their English language abilities. Trainees will be scheduled for observed teaching practice on or off site depending on students’ circumstances. Chinese students are usually very well behaved in the classroom. They’re interested and excited about learning English with a foreigner. Class sizes range from 10 to 25. Trainees will be teaching lessons of 30 to 50 minutes according to class availability.
If you have any question, please shoot us an email. firstname.lastname@example.org