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We fully understand that our classroom based TESOL certificate course requires a great deal of commitment in terms of time, effort and expense on the part of the trainees attending our courses. It is our aim to match this level of commitment in providing everything we possibly can in terms of the absolute quality of the TESOL course itself, the ongoing support we provide in so many areas and also in terms of the experience our trainees have while training with us.
The main features of the International TESOL Teacher Training’s classroom based TESOL course include, but are not limited to, the following:
We aim to cover every possible eventuality, but are not always able to do so. We add to and correct features relating to our TESOL course on an ongoing basis, this is in order to better the services that we provide. We are always open to suggestions and welcome any comments that will improve the classroom based TESOL certificate course that we provide. We hope that you choose our course and fully experience the unequalled range of advantages and features that we provide.
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