Accreditation Criteria for Programs

Ensuring that the TEFL/TESOL program you choose is accredited is crucial for a successful and recognized certification. Accreditation is a stamp of approval from an external body that evaluates the quality and standards of the program. Without accreditation, your certification may not be recognized by employers, educational institutions, or government bodies.

When looking for a TEFL/TESOL program, it's essential to understand the accreditation criteria that the program must meet. Accreditation ensures that the program meets established standards for curriculum, instructors, student support, and assessment. It also demonstrates that the program is committed to continuous improvement and staying up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in English language teaching.

At ITTT (International TEFL and TESOL Training), we take accreditation seriously. Our programs are accredited by internationally recognized bodies, ensuring that your certification is respected worldwide. We adhere to strict accreditation criteria to guarantee that our programs meet the highest standards of quality and excellence.

Here are some key accreditation criteria that our TEFL/TESOL programs meet:

1. Curriculum: Our programs have a well-designed curriculum that covers essential topics such as lesson planning, classroom management, language skills, and teaching methodologies. The curriculum is comprehensive, up-to-date, and aligned with international standards for English language teaching.