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Íbero TEFL Certification Training Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina has been named top TEFL Organization in 2015 by Go Abroad

Top TEFL Certification Organization by Go Abroad: USA, February 6th, 2016- Worldwide top website for travelers Go Abroad has recently named Íbero TEFL top organization to study the TEFL course in Buenos Aires in 2015. Reviewed by a high rate of happy ex participants, this TEFL course in Buenos Aires has received fantastic feedback in 2015.

The Íbero TEFL certification course in Buenos Aires offers a 4-week in-house course, 120-hour total training with all the necessary theory and practice in order to become an effective English teacher. It is of supreme importance that all participants can show a real commitment to the course as it is short but intense and that they can also show a high level of motivation. These are key facts in order to be able to get a full-time job as an English Teacher in Buenos Aires. Teachers wanting to teach fewer hours to learn in Spanish in the beginning can opt to do so as well.

“We have had lots of receptive and positive feedback from our course and this is due to hard work and dedication. I am committed to having all our graduates busy working after the course and this is reflected in their opinions after the course”, says Director Florencia Bozzano, who has been running the

Íbero TEFL course at her school in Buenos Aires since 2008.

Top TEFL Certification Organization by Go Abroad: This complete program also offers the possibility of learning Spanish and also to stay at the accommodation offered by the school, either in a shared apartments or homestay for people looking to improve their Spanish even faster. Florencia has also written a complete line of Spanish learning books for all levels of fluency, which are free to all international students from Íbero. The school also offers the possibility of studying Spanish at a lower rate, for TEFL students.

“The course was helpful in preparing me about what to expect as an English Teacher in Buenos Aires. The program also helped facilitate interviews with language institutes and job opportunities. My practice teaching sessions were helpful because they exposed me to real English classes and gave me the opportunity to practice. My instructor was great and had lots of experience teaching English in Buenos Aires. She was very knowledgeable and taught me a lot!”, says Chiara May Padovani from Canada who has completed the TEFL course on October 9th, 2014, after 4 weeks of intensive classes and practice sessions.

Top TEFL Certification Organization by Go Abroad

I completed my TEFL course at Íbero on May 29th, 2015. I found the TEFL course to be a very helpful crash course in what I should expect from teaching English. At first, I thought that the course would mainly revolve around reviewing the English grammar rules that I haven’t really paid attention to since primary and secondary school. The course did focus on this for one week, with a particular emphasis on some of the most useful ways to explain things. The TEFL book by Íbero was great. I have used the coursework to help me compare and contrast verb tenses, as well as teach the different ways the English language makes use of Gerunds (-ing words). More than the grammar however, the most practical benefits gained from the course include categorizing the students’ existing knowledge base into levels, knowing what materials are appropriate to learn at each one of these levels, and how handle classroom dynamics in which students vary in understanding or fluency. No doubt that the practice sessions were helpful. They are useful because prior to the practice sessions, I spent a lot of time in a classroom discussing the theory and the best practices. It was good to approach it from the theoretical side, but actually being in a classroom with a language learner for an hour helped me see some of the struggles in person. Exposure to this environment brought things to my attention and the subsequent discussions with my instructor helped to make what I was learning in class more applicable to the real-world teaching experience. The job placement was very useful. By providing contacts to the various language institutions I was able to find enough teaching hours to break even on expenses. However, getting hired by the companies and arranging schedules are two different things. As you are aware, there are a lot of factors that must be arranged before the first day of class even starts such as the day and time and location. If in the beginning you aren’t careful when scrambling for enough hours, you run the risk of making commitments that pull you all around town. Thanks again for everything, Jim Clark, USA


Terminé mi curso TEFL el 29 de marzo de 2016. Fue genial la experiencia aquí. Al inicio tenía poco miedo de verdad es que no sabía nada de la escuela y leí cosas negativas… desde primer momento que entré a esta atmosfera increíble entendí que de verdad la situación era al revés! Mi profe aquí y la directora sólo trataron que yo tengo la mejor experiencia! El curso fue genial – tanta mucho trabajo la profe puso para ayudar nos, para apoyarnos con cualquier pregunta que tuvimos.. ahora  me siento mucho más listo para enseñar inglés. La directora me ayudó mucho también.. la cosa más importante es que se preocupa de ti! Se preocupa de ti no solo si estás pagando por el curso, pero se preocupa si te gusta el curso, si te vas a encontrar trabajo después. Es una chica genial.. y este todo me hizo sentir muy bien y satisfecho. Son personas que quieren de verdad a ayudarte nomás! Ivan Loginov, Russia.

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