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  • TEFL Graduate Interview: James Clements

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    Apr23
    James completed his Trinity CertTESOL course at TEFL in Spain in Malaga in February 2019. After office temping for some time and tutoring GCSE Science, James decided to broaden his horizons and put his academic talents to greater use. In the blog, James talks about his experience on his TEFL

    — Moving Forward; Covid-19 Q&A —

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    Mar17
    The current situation We are closely monitoring the current Covid-19 situation and following the guidance of the Spanish Health Department and the Citizens Advice Bureau Spain. These websites will supply you with the most relevant and up-to-date information. Due to the current situation and to avoid putting our customers, staff and

    Natalie’s TEFL Graduate Blog

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    Feb21
    Name: Natalie Age: 22 Nationality: British Background – What were you doing before the TEFL course? Before the TEFL course, I was working as an English language assistant. As an assistant, I didn’t get many opportunities to really utilise myself as a resource in the classroom. I was ready for

    Which TEFL Course Should I Take?

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    Oct09
    What is TEFL? TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. In order to gain access to the TEFL industry, there are many types of TEFL certificates, such as weekend courses, online courses and face to face courses. However, there are only two accredited qualifications – the Trinity CertTESOL (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of

    Authentic Flamenco & Dinner in Malaga

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    Jun18
    At TEFL in Spain, we believe that you should enjoy the Spanish culture while you are here in Malaga studying for your Trinity CertTESOL. This city is bustling with art and culture that is here to be explored and enjoyed! Passion, temperament and energy, flamenco is one of the most

    The TEFL Guide- What to Expect!

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    Jun12
    The Trinity CertTESOL course here at TEFL in Spain is a whirlwind, fun-filled rollercoaster tour of TEFL teaching – ultimately comprised of four written reflective assignments and observed live teaching practice, along with input sessions focusing on language awareness, teaching techniques and careers advice, among many other elements! If it sounds like a