How to Avoid TEFL Scams and Bad Employers

Sadly, there are people out there looking to take advantage of newly-qualified EFL teachers excited to land their first teaching position abroad. It’s understandable to be worried about TEFL scams but the reality is there are very few out there in comparison to the thousands of legitimate jobs advertised online. Nonetheless, it’s important to be…

TEFL in the UK

Not everyone working on their TEFL qualification is looking to teach abroad straight away – or even at all! For some, teaching at home can be a means of making additional income, building up experience teaching English before looking for work abroad, or taking the first steps toward a new career in the UK. When…

Ten Places to Visit in Spain

With great weather and culture combined with an abundance of work for English teachers is it any wonder that Spain is the most popular destination in Europe for our TEFL graduates? Our Marketing Manager, Alan, has previously worked as an English teacher in Spain and has suggested ten great places to visit! Here’s what he…

12 Money-Saving Tips for TEFL

If you’re planning to TEFL abroad then you might need some money to get you started – to cover things like visa fees, flights, spending money before your first pay cheque, etc. – or maybe you want a savings pot for travel while you’re out there. Perhaps you’re thinking about doing a TEFL internship or…

Study tips for completing your TEFL course online

Signing up for an online course can be quite daunting – “I haven’t studied online before.” “It’s been years since I studied anything.” These are all common feelings so don’t worry. We’ve put together some tips to help you approach your online studies. What’s your goal? Not everyone will have the same goal, so the first…