Active Language

“Which TEFL course should I do?”

This short webinar series is aimed at people already in Spain and who are thinking about teaching English or those who have the right to live and work within the European Union.

Dani Jones, the Director of Teacher Training here at Active Language, was in conversation with Simon Pearlman. Simon runs the careers service on our Trinity CertTESOL, DipTESOL and Teaching Younger Learners courses and is also responsible for teacher recruitment for our language school. 

During the webinar we answered the following questions. If you’re interested in the answers, please watch the webinar.

Who should do a “proper” TEFL course?

What are the basic requirements?

What makes a good TEFL course?

How can I check the course is a good one?

Are some formats better than others?

Why should you do the Trinity CertTESOL with us at Active Language Teacher Training?

Look out for our social media posts and future webinars too. 

If there’s anything else you’d like to know about, please do email us at

The next Trinity CertTESOL course starts on July 26, it lasts 5 weeks and can be completed in-class or online. See our website to apply for the course and for more information. 

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