TEFL Courses Online -
Why should we look for an accreditation?
While opting for an online TESOL course, first thing to strike our
mind is accreditation. Will employers value the online degree you have
Yes of course you can stay rest assured if your online TESOL courses
are granted accreditation by organizations that are satisfied about
the quality of your education which according to them fully meet the
requirements of relevant international TESOL standards. Accreditation
ensures a basic level of quality in the education you receive from an
institution and your certificates are recognized for the true
achievements they are.
The TESOL Online courses provided by TEFL Education are
internationally recognized and are among the best quality available in
the ESL market.
TEFL Education is accredited by organizations like IATEFL that stands
for the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign
Language and their mission is to link, develop and support English
Language teaching professionals throughout the world.
IATEFL is the International Association of Teachers of English as a
Foreign Language. Founded in the UK in 1967, it now has over 3,500
members in 100 different countries throughout the world.
"By 2010, IATEFL will be an even larger and more outward-looking,
international community that ELT professionals will want to join, and
one that forms bridges between the inexperienced and experienced, the
practical and the theoretical, and the many different perspectives and
contexts of the ELT world."
TEFL Education is also affiliated to CALICO, the Computer Assisted
Language Instruction Consortium is a professional organization that
serves a membership involved in both education and technology.
CALICO has an emphasis on language teaching and learning but reaches
out to all areas that employ the languages of the world to instruct
and to learn. CALICO is a recognized international clearinghouse and
leader in computer assisted learning and instruction. It is a premier
global association dedicated to computer-assisted language learning
CALICO began mainly as a group of people interested in using
and producing technology-based materials for language teaching. After
25 years of growth and experience, CALICO now includes foreign
language educators, programmers, technicians, web page designers, CALL
developers, CALL practitioners, novice CALL users, second language
acquisition researchers--anyone interested in exploring the use of
technology for foreign language teaching and learning. CALICO's
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) allow members to become involved in
ways that are individually most meaningful and to network with other
members who have similar interests.