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Why Choose Athena Teacher Training?
- 4 week internationally recognised course
- One of the only qualifications accepted by British Council schools
- Based at a British Council language school
- We help find jobs for our trainees when they graduate
- The best value for money CertTESOL / CELTA course in Bournemouth
- Payment in instalments available
- 100% pass rate to date!
The Trinity CertTESOL course is for those who wish to teach English as a foreign language. The 4-week course will qualify you to teach in any British Council accredited language school around the world.
Continued Development Course
Would you like to be up-to-date as a teacher? Our Continued Development Courses are aimed at existing teachers of English as a foreign Language (TEFL). Visit our Continued Development TEFL course page and see what we can offer.
100% Pass Rate
100% of Athena Teacher Training’s trainees have passed our Trinity TEFL courses to date. Our trainers are dedicated to creating inspirational, creative teachers and they offer great support throughout the courses.
“Having attempted the CELTA previously, the Trinity CertTESOL Course is much more hands on and practical teaching focused”
“Thank you for helping me gain my TESOL qualification this year! Your round the clock support and enthusiasm for teaching inspired everyone on our course.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed the course and my time at Athena and would definitely recommend it to others who are serious about teaching English…We were privileged to have such knowledgeable, caring trainers.”
Where would you teach?
Working abroad is one of the major advantages of becoming qualified as an English teacher and your Trinity CertTESOL qualification will be a valued companion for you as you work and travel.
Unlike some course providers, we will do our very best to help you find a job wherever you are; if we have a contact in the country you are aiming for, we will be delighted to put you in touch with them.
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