What's the difference between online courses, in-class courses and combined courses?


ITTT offers three ways to earn your English teaching qualification:

in-class, online, combined

So what are the main differences between the different options and which choice is right for you?

This is the best option for those who learn better in a structured classroom environment and who wants to benefit from the teaching practice.

- 120+ hours of study time.

- 6 to 10 hours of observed teaching practice.

- Extensive teaching practice with different levels of language learners.

- Lifetime job support

- Internationally recognised TEFL certificate.

- Hands-on advice from well qualified and experienced teacher trainers.


Ideal for those unable to attend four-week in-class course.

- Course prices start from as little as $190.

- 60-hour and 120-hour TEFL courses.

- 370-hour TESOL Diploma course.

- Specialised courses in Teaching Business English or Teaching Young Learners.

- Available with or without tutor support

- Internationally recognized and accredited qualifications.

- Lifetime job support


Best of both worlds.This course enables you to study the theory at home in your own time but also provides plenty of practical teaching practice.

- Full online tutor support

- Study the theory at your own pace anywhere anytime.

- Practical teaching practice.

- Internationally recognised TER certificate.

- Hands-on advice from well-qualified and experienced teacher trainers.

- Lifetime job support

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.

This unit was the last unit that I was able to learn the basic grammar of English. Modal auxiliary verbs are often used in our daily life. Particularly in the business situation, we need to carefully use the modal auxiliary verbs depending on the importance of the situation. Therefore, I will keep studying this unit so that I can appropriately share my knowledge with my students.IF a course book is used in a class, then the teacher should evaluate whether the book covers and is suitable for the students level and syllabus. It is always good for the teacher to prepare his/her own teaching material so to focus on students particular language need. Something interesting for students would also be beneficial to draw students interest into learning the topic.

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