Teach English Abroad   Prague Konviktska Trinity CertTESOL

The Trinity Certificate TESOL course is for people who want to get an intensive practical course of teaching training and an internationally recognised qualification.
 
Prague Konviktska Trinity CertTESOL

Course information
Price - from £1922
Course type - Trinity CertTESOL
Min age - 18

Course Description
The educational programme is conditionally divided into two sections: teaching practice, that involves real students, studying English as the second language, and communication with professional instructors, that involves discussion on your teaching and giving you guidance on further work.

During the course you will get a wide range of teaching skills needed in mainstream current English. Both sections cover areas of grammar and phonology and are designed to provide trainees with a basic working knowledge to teach effectively. When you enroll for a course you will be sent a substantial pre-course task, that must raise your knowledge of English grammar and phonology.

School Details - Prague Konviktska
The school is situated in the heart of Prague old town. The building where the school is placed used to be a convent in the past. Konvitska Street is situated near the old town square and the Charles Bridge. It is convenient to get to. The nearest Metro stations are Starometska or Mustek and numerous trams run close by. There are good bars, pubs and restaurants close at hand.

Prague is a popular place to escape in. It is famous for magnificent medieval architecture and traditional folklore. You will be amazed with big number of churches and cathedrals. Pleasant music from some front-room piano and friendly Czechs will make a unforgettable impression on you. This place is worthy staying here not only for one weekend.

Help for Jobs
A careers department in the Czech Republic will give you any required assistance in finding a job after completing the course. It tries to match the person to the institution.

Career service:

   Offers advice on writing CV´s, covering letters and interview techniques;
   E-mails your CV to appropriate schools on our database;
   Invites local Directors of Studies to be guest speakers;
   Maintain close local contacts with schools;
   Provides lists of useful websites schools worldwide;
   Provides prompt references for your new potential employer;
   Regularly up-dates the course’s jobs noticeboard;
   Maintains contact with our trainees after the course and offer ongoing advice and support.

How to Apply
1. Choose the start date fitting for you.
2. Download the application form and save it on your computer.
3. Complete it offline in your own time.
4. Go back to the site, sign in and submit your completed form.
5. You can also submit an application by fax, or post.
You can get the empty application form here.