EBC TEFL course reviews
Read and watch EBC graduate reviews
Read what our EBC TEFL course graduates have to say about their experience taking and EBC TEFL course.
The best TEFL course reviews are from the students that took the course. We have many course reviews on video that our course graduates kindly allowed us to make.
The videos showing EBC’s TEFL course reviews were spontaneous and honest. The content of each of the TEFL course reviews was solely made by the student. If you want to see our EBC TEFL course reviews, visit our YouTube channel.
EBC also has written course reviews some of which can be seen below. It comes as no surprise that EBC is one of the most valued TEFL course available today. EBC doesn’t say this, our students do. Based on our TEFL course reviews you’ll see why. It’s also no surprise that 80% of our course attendees are recommended by friends, associates and acquaintances who have took the EBC TEFL course. It’s not just limited to graduate recommendations, top language schools also recommend unqualified applicants to take the EBC TEFL course.
This is how you will be teaching.
Watch our graduates’ teaching practice videos and see what you can accomplish.
TEFL teaching practice is crucial to your success as a teacher. No decent school will hire teachers unless they have done a course with TEFL teaching practice.
If you are interested in teaching English abroad, this is a good place to start as it will give a a true insight into what TEFL teaching practice is all about and what it’s like to teach an English class.
If you want to see our graduate teaching videos, visit our YouTube channel.
Here are some of the unedited language school reviews from schools that appreciate EBC’s training plus our graduates knowledge and professionalism. These language school reviews are 100% unsolicited. These language school reviews are a direct result of EBC’s training quality and our course graduates hard work and dedication.
“From experience of interviewing and employing both EBC and TT Mxxxxx teachers, as a rule EBC teachers, come through much stronger in all areas at interview and subsequently we employ more with better results.”
“Do you have more graduates available?”
“I am the coordinator and teacher in an institute that gives in-company lessons. As the experience working with qualified native speakers graduated from your school has been highly positive, I’d greatly appreciate it if you could send me the names of native speakers that have recently completed TESOL courses in your school. Looking forward to hearing from you! Thanks in advance!”
“My name is Kristin Lauria, and I am an EBC TEFL cert. graduate. My husband, Richard Judkins, and I completed the EBC course in the summer of 2004. We subsequently moved to China and taught English for nearly four years. We had a great experience and were very grateful for our EBC training. I am writing to inform you of a teaching opportunity for TEFL certificate program graduates. The government-run school where we worked for 3 years is currently looking for new teachers. They prefer teachers with TEFL certificates and require a Bachelor’s degree as well. They’re hoping to find teachers from native English-speaking countries. If you know of any current EBC students or recent graduates who might be interested in this opportunity, please feel free to pass along my email address and I will gladly provide additional info.”
“Thanks a lot for sending us more candidates. We will not hesitate to take them into account for the following academic year, which we start in September. If you have more candidates we will be pleased to receive their CVs.”
“Nosotros hemos tenido muchos profesores de EBC y estamos encantados de su conocimiento y profesionalismo.”
[“We’ve taken a lot of teachers from EBC and we are very happy with their knowledge and professionalism.”]
“Thank you for the CVs. I would also like to take the opportunity to tell you that Peter Arant has been working out wonderfully and that the students are very happy with him. I hope we have him on board for the long haul.”
“Thanks for sending all the CVs over the years. As you probably know, we have hired quite a few and have had pretty good results in the classroom thanks to them.”
“Thank you for sending us your candidates, we find they are of a very high quality.”
“Thank you very much! These student CV’s are absolutely helpful!”
“Once again, thank you very much for referring teachers to me. Keep doing so … it’s really helpful!”
“Your e-email could not be more timely as right now I am looking for native speakers to cover positions in my company. Thank you very much for referring Melissa to me. I’ll contact her right away and, please, keep sending me potential teachers, I always need teachers!”
“First of all, thank you so much for sending us information about EBC graduates. Two of them are already part of our team: Jacob Baynes and Michael Euell. We are currently recruiting teachers for 2 important projects and I was wondering whether you could circulate this among EBC recent graduates.”
“Just to say thanks for the teachers that you’ve been sending us this year, we’ve been in touch with many of them and come to agreements with quite a few to collaborate with us. Please keep sending their CVs and feel free to encourage your graduates to pop by or phone us here as we are always looking for teachers. We can offer block academy hours as well as well paid business hours within a professional yet informal atmosphere.”
“I got your email from one of our teachers that studied with EBC, Oliver Winants. We are looking for teachers to teach in companies urgently. Can you provide me with some teachers who might be interested?”
“There´s a teacher who’d like to work with us and I suggested he took the TEFL Certificate with you: shall I give him your email address or just the phone number of your offices here in Buenos Aires?”
“I really appreciate all the names of graduates you are sending me.”
“This is Andrew from English World Madrid. I’m in need of English teachers to start next week and the following. Please if you can send me some, I would appreciate it very much.”
“Just to say thanks for sending the CV´s. Very much appreciated.”
“Thanks for sending CVs of teachers. Please keep sending them.”
“I am very happy you have contacted. At the moment, my school has hired EBC teachers and we are all quite satisfied.”
“Thank you for each and every CV that you are sending us. We really appreciate it.”
“I was wondering if you will have more certified teachers soon as we still need to hire some. Pls, forward cvs if there are teachers available.”
“I wanted to thank you for the individual CVs you have been sending us with interesting candidates. Interviews have been productive and fruitful, and we will be employing some of them.”
To become an English teacher all that is required is some of your time to take one of our EBC training courses. Once you graduate, EBC gives you lifetime, worldwide career support that will get you working quickly and will always be there for you when you want a change.