Why TESOL Certification?

Logically, the main reason for taking a reputable TESOL course is qualifying for the best teaching positions. In the past decade, schools have become stricter when it comes to TESOL certification. Nowadays, the minimum requirement for an entry-level job is a 100-hour TESOL certificate, while the best schools ask for an advanced TESOL or TEFL certificate of at least 120 hours of advanced training and a practicum module, such as TESL Canada, Trinity CertTESOL, or CELTA.

Some schools do not ask for any kind of certification, but you must consider that learning English is not a luxury. People make a significant investment of time and money to improve their lives, so those who are interested in earning a living while traveling should seriously consider their responsibility towards their students and take a reputable TESOL or TEFL course.

An advanced program such as Ontesol’s 250-hour TESOL Diploma, which is recognized by TESL Canada Professional Standard 2 (Practicum required) and ACTDEC UK Level 3, is highly recommended. This program covers more than an on-site Trinity or CELTA course after a 20-hour Practicum is completed and costs half as much because of the convenience provided by online education.

Ontesol also offers the best 100-hour TESOL course in the industry for those who are interested in taking a standard program without spending a fortune.