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  CAN I WORK IN SOUTH AMERICA?
"I am a 53 year old female who is considering taking a TEFL course to become certified to teach English as a means of supporting myself in a Spanish speaking country for the coming winter. I do not have an undergraduate degree, however, have over 20 years business management experience in which I frequently was responsible for training personnel who reported to me. Can you tell me, honestly, if I were to become certified as a TEFL instructor WITHOUT an undergraduate degree, would I have the ability to work in Central America, or would their labor laws prevent hiring me for wages?"
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I understand from friends who teach that most of their classes are in the evening. Is this normal? I have a young child and the thought of needing a sitter every night seems expensive and less than ideal.

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It depends where you work. If you are teaching within the local state school system or at university, you would be more likely to have a day timetable. However, many private language schools' timetables are evenings and nights as they cater to students after school and working hours.




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