Are you interested in a career in teaching English, but are currently unemployed and simply do not have enough money to pay for a TEFL course? Well, here is some great news! During 2012, the British Council will support 100 unemployed graduates (from the last three years) in taking a 4-week Trinity Cert. TESOL or Cambridge CELTA course at a UK language school or other teacher training centre.
Successful applicants will receive a British Council training grant of 50% of the course fee (tuition only). They will also be given a place on an additional one-day teacher training course run by the British Council, which will provide guidance on starting a career as an English teacher overseas or in the UK.
The deadline for applications to the British Council is 6 July. For full details, see:
If you are interested in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), you can find out more about our Teacher Training courses on the St Giles website. Alternatively, please feel free to contact us by email and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have!