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B2 (Upper Intermediate) +

Course Duration
2 weeks

Lessons per week

Maximum in class
12 (average 9)

Start dates
See below

Lesson length
1 lesson = 50 minutes

Minimum age

Number of hours per week
22 hours

The Teachers of English Course (TEC) at St Giles Eastbourne is a two-week teacher development course for non-native speaker teachers of English.

Participants develop and explore aspects of teaching methodology and techniques, and learn to assess and utilise a variety of teaching aids and resources. There is no formal assessment, but at the end of the course all participants receive a certificate of attendance and a St Giles Teachers of English Course Certificate.

Find out more about the course content at St Giles Eastbourne:

St Giles TEC


All students taking a Teachers of English Course at St Giles Eastbourne can take advantage of the following facilities:

  • Self-Access Study Centre
  • Student computers & free Wi-Fi
  • Student Café
  • Library & student bookshop
  • Interactive whiteboards in all classrooms
  • Garden terrace

St Giles Eastbourne is a small and friendly school which is a great choice for TEC students looking for high levels of personal attention. The school is located just minutes from the beautiful seafront and only a short walk from the town centre. Eastbourne is a quiet and safe seaside town, perfect for students looking for a relaxed study experience.


Course Objectives

After you take a Teachers of English (TEC) at St Giles Eastbourne, you should:

Start Dates

"I think St Giles Eastbourne has lots of merits. Firstly, even though it is a small city, people can go to the beach and have a good time. Since I arrived in Eastbourne, I have enjoyed natural scenes. In my opinion, there is an atmosphere of peace in Eastbourne."

Hannah Lee , South Korea