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1. What's the difference among the different kinds of courses mentioned at the site (TEFL, TESOL, TESL, CTEFLA, DTEFLA)? 2. How much time (how many days or weeks) takes a fulltime TELF-course? 3. What are the costs of a fulltime TEFL-course (lessons, books and other material, taking part in the exams, etc.)?

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1. TEFL = Teaching English as a Foreign Language, TESOL = Teaching English as a Second or Other Language; TESL = Teaching English as a Second Language; CTEFLA = Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults; DTEFLA = Diploma in Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults. 2. This can vary greatly. Reputable employers generally look for a certificate level course of no fewer than 100 hours plus a minimum of 6 hours teaching practice. 3. Again, this varies greatly. It is a question of approaching training organisations and comparing.




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