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TESOLS.com

$69 for a 150-Hour Online TESOL-Certification Course from TESOLS.com ($599 Value)

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  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must be redeemed online. Must be activated within 6 months from the date of purchase. Not valid with other offers.
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Questions and Answers 3 questions

Q:

There seem to be many scam with these TESOL offerings....how do we know this is legit? When I google tesols.com I don't see their specific website or listing. Thank you. Tye

Troy D.  asked on  Sep 28, 2012

A:

Thank you for your interest. The reason we are able to offer such a great deal is our main business is providing brick and mortar schools with online materials and we have an interest in testing out our TESOL program to offer to the international schools we have relations with. The reason you might not be able to find reviews is because Google buries us under the keyword: Tesol reviews instead of Tesols reviews. Try this, Google "Tesols" reviews and you should find something.

Gustavo C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 28, 2012

Q:

Is this course approved by the Nebraska Department of Education? Doesn't one need to student teach the subject before receiving any type of certificate to teach?

Barbara M.  asked on  Sep 26, 2012

A:

Public institutions will generally require you have a diploma program (2-3 year) which is not what we offer. This course is mainly to certify you to teach abroad. Employers of private institutions shouldn't have a problem recognizing the course but it is ultimately up to them if it is sufficient for them, enough so, to offer you employment. If you have TESOL certification, many places abroad will allow you to teach English without a university degree even.

Gustavo C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 26, 2012

Q:

I would presume that one needs to be fluent in Spanish or Chinese or wherever it is you're teaching?

Barbara N.  asked on  Sep 26, 2012

A:

Not at all. The only admission requirement is a certain level of English proficiency which by the look of your email, you have already demonstrated you possess. You can purchase without worry.

Gustavo C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 26, 2012

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