Your course dashboard:

Oversee the courses you’re enrolled in and track your current progress

If this is your first time using your new course dashboard, you can click on the “View Course” button next to your course. This will take you through to your course, and you’ll see instructions showing how to open your first lesson. If you need any help please feel free to contact us, or browse the help desk.


New release: 60-hour TEYL course!

                 (Certificate hard copies available)

Get extra training for teaching English to young learners.

With our new accredited 60-hour TEYL course you can get extra training specifically for teaching English to young learners.

This course has been developed in partnership with ACCREDITAT, and shows employers that you have additional training specifically for teaching English to young learners.

Young learners make up the majority of English language classes around the world, and this short course can help you to build on the skills learned in your 120-hour TESOL/TEFL course, focusing on how children learn, and how you can teach them.

Get your TEYL course

Frequently asked questions:

Find answers to some commonly asked quesitons, or contact us for more details.

To open your course you can simply click on the course’s title from the section above. After clicking on the title you’ll be taken through to your course overview page where you’ll be able to see your course and its lessons.

Here’s how to open your course:

Upon completion of the course you’ll be awarded your digital PDF certificate.

Physical copies of your certificate can be requested and shipped if you later wish. Shipping fees depend on the destination, for more details please contact us with your address/postcode.

As an accredited TEFL certificate it can be used in popular ESL teaching destinations around the world, including in Vietnam, China, Japan, and Korea. The certificate can also be used to teach online. More info can be found here: Where can the certificate be used?

If a school or employer wishes to check to see if your certificate is genuine, they can use the form on our contact page.

For more information you can refer to this guide here:

Some countries require documents to be authenticated as true and original copies in order to use them with visa applications. These can include in Vietnam and China. It’s a process designed to ensure that teachers hold genuine qualification certificates, and not copies or fakes.

For more information on authenticating certificates you can see the guide here:

Your certificate will display your name, date of completion, course details, accreditation details, and your unique certificate ID number – which can be used to verify the authenticity of your certificate.