Teaching English As A Foreign Language Online TEFL Franchise Opportunity

eEnglish announce the launch of their TEFL /TESOL franchise, which enables students to teach English as a foreign language. Completing the course provides guaranteed paid employment from students across the world.

London, United Kingdom - November 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

eEnglish announce the launch of their TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) franchise opportunity. This product assures steady employment with students from China and other parts of the world.

For more information visit their website at https://teflrob.krtra.com/t/b39QGh4xSRYf

eEnglish announces the launch of a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) franchise that equips participants to be certified English tutors with worldwide acceptance. Their training eliminates the need for tutors to search for students or market their teaching ability and skills. There is also no need to conduct qualification evaluations of potential students.

Across the world, there is a big demand for confident and correct usage of the English language. This is a skill that even many highly educated and skilled people struggle with. Not having an effortless command of the language can prove to be a severe handicap, socially and professionally.

However, training as a teacher is a long and arduous process. It takes years and then there is the long and bureaucracy-ridden process of finding a job. eEnglish takes the difficulty out of this process.

Their TEFL franchise guarantees assured employment that pays between $30-50 an hour. The TEFL course is recognized worldwide and accepted by reputed firms across countries. They offer their students the option to change their start date and location with just 30 days’ notice and subject to availability.

The eEnglish TEFL course works as a complete training in itself or as an add-on to an existing degree or certification. Educators who complete the course and are franchisees, have the flexibility to set their own hours and work as much or little as they need to meet their financial goals.

As an addition to the TEFL/TESOL course, students can add on a Cambridge ESOL Certificate course. This course is accredited by Cambridge University in the UK and will add to the students’ employability and income prospects.

For more information visit their website given above.

Contact Info:
Name: Jimmy Wrangle
Email: Send Email
Organization: eEnglish
Address: 27 Old Gloucester Street, London, England WC1N 3AF, United Kingdom
Website: https://eenglish.org

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933610

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