We’ve tried to think of everything you’ll need to know but if you have any questions at all just contact us now and we’ll be happy to help.

Course Dates

Full-time Trinity accredited TESOL Courses – London

Start Date End Date Course Price
20th January 2020 14th February 2020 £1125
2nd March 2020 27th March 2020 £1125
5th October 2020 30th October 2020 £1125

Full-time Trinity accredited TESOL Courses – Dublin

Start Date End Date Course Price
27th January 2020 21st February 2020 €1250
8th June 2020 3rd July 2020 €1250
10th August 2020 4th September 2020 €1250

Part-time Trinity accredited TESOL Courses – Dublin

Start Date End Date Course Price
29th February 2020 23rd May 2020 €1250
19th September 2020 12th December 2020 €1250

Entry Requirements
These sound tougher than they are. But we want you to be successful in the course and in your career as teachers.

You must be at least eighteen at the start of the course. There’s no upper-age limit.

Academic Qualifications
You must have educational qualifications that would permit entry into higher education. You do not need to have a degree to do the course, although many schools make that a job requirement. This means showing you have the skills appropriate for initial undergraduate study, and to follow the course and complete all assessed elements successfully.

Language Competence
You must be able to demonstrate a sufficient level of competence in English across all the skills (this means presenting a certificate from any public exam with your application). You must also be able to demonstrate this competence in reading, writing, listening and speaking. during the application process. If you’re a non-native speaker of English, an IELTS score of 7.0 (or recognised equivalent) is essential, although this is only a partial benchmark.

Application Process
Simply contact us and we’ll get back to you with further information and invite you to attend an interview / induction.

This is face-to-face, normally with one of our course directors. They will discuss the nature of the course, its components, modes of assessment, intensity and the key challenges. If you can’t make it to your chosen city of study (London or Dublin), then we can interview you by Skype, but we would prefer to meet you in person.

Assessment is based on teaching practice and written assignments, together with a take-home exam towards the end of the course. Every part of the course must be submitted successfully passed before you can qualify.