to TEFL Barcelona!
TEFL teacher training,
the Mediterranean way!
Choose between three year-round teacher training intensive courses
Internationally Recognised Certificates
When choosing a TEFL course it is important to make sure that the course you are considering is accredited and moderated by an external body to ensure that you will receive the highest standard of training and facilities.
Our 190-hour intensive 4 week TEFL courses in partnership with the International TEFL Academy lead to an OFQUAL recognised TQUK Level 5 Award Certificate in TESOL (Equivalent to CELTA ).
Our 120-hour intensive 4-week TEFL courses at BCN Languages in partnership with TEFL International are accredited by Fort Hays State University in the USA. These courses are moderated each month according to the requirements of TEFL International.
Accredited by Trinity College, London, the intensive 160-hour TESOL course (equivalent to CELTA) is offered by our partner school in Barcelona and will equip you with a globally recognised English teaching qualification.
Carmen Cidoncha, Head of Studies - BCN Languages
“As a Head of Studies at BCN Languages, I would like to state that TEFL Barcelona graduates show a great level of skill and professionalism.
In fact, TEFL Barcelona provides our School with a reliable source of new and qualified teachers: not only for their ability to be versatile in preparation but for their well-planned and intentional methods of teaching.”
Jodie Sclare - GetEnglish
I have found their trainees to be reliable, enthusiastic and well prepared for the teaching positions I have to offer.“
Deborah G. Watson Flindall - Complementos SL
In general, your graduates do compare well with those of other courses, and for us, this is a guarantee of professional training. You’re doing a fine job!“
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