TESOL Advanced

TESL Canada LogoComplete TESOL Advanced and you can become a TESL Canada certified teacher. TESOL Advanced requires a higher level of English ability as reflected in the more challenging entrance requirements. Much of the course's curriculum overlaps with regular TESOL and the textbook is the same as TESOL Adults, but assessments are different and the practicum requirement includes more teaching hours. Challenge yourself to see if you can be an advanced student.

KGIBC-CTC TESOL Advanced 4 weeks

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  • Type Diploma Program
    Campus Vancouver
    Program Length 4 weeks (132 hours)
    Schedule 9am – 5:00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
    9am – 3pm Wednesday
    Download the sample schedule
    Average Class Size 12 Students
    Additional Details
    • No course prerequisites but students must meet the language proficiency entrance requirement.
    • Students who successfully complete TESOL Advanced are eligible to take TESOL for Children, TESOL for Middle School, TESOL for Adults, and TESOL for Test Preparation.
    • Best suited for Native English speakers and higher level non-native English speakers. An asset for any person who eventually wants to teach in Canada.
    • TESOL Advanced graduates who also have a university degree and who can fulfill TESL Canada language requirements are eligible to apply for an additional certification from TESL Canada
    Graduation Requirements 70% average upon successful completion of all in-class modules and practicum
    • Giving Instructions
    • Classroom Management
    • Pedagogical Theory
    • Teaching Reading
    • Teaching Speaking
    • Teaching Listening
    • Teaching Grammar
    • Teaching Pronunciation
    • Teaching Writing
    • Young Learners
    • Unit Planning
    • Assessment
  • Pete Hall

    TESOL for Middle School Coordinator & Instructor; TESOL Adults & TESOL Advanced Coordinator

    Pete Hall

    Pete Hall attended Simon Fraser University, graduating with a B.A in Physical Geography and well as a B.Ed in Teaching. He earned his TESOL Diploma from Vancouver Community College. Pete is an adventurer by heart, and has combined his love for travelling and his passion for teaching and taught in many different countries around the world, including Tanzania, Korea and China. His motto is: "If there are no students in your class, could you do what you are planning to do? If the answer to this question is yes, then don't do it!”

    • 10 full hours of supervised practicum instruction
    • Supervised and delivered by TESL Canada approved instructors
    • High entrance standards and in-depth learning opportunities
    • Current methodologies and practices
    • Complete your program and practicum in 4 weeks!

    Future Career Opportunities

    • Tutoring, private academy teaching, corporate English training
    • Global teaching opportunities in the ESL/EFL field
  • Length of Placement 20 hours
    Timing of Placement Concurrently with TESOL advanced in-class hours - on Wednesdays
    Place of Placement KGIC Vancouver ESL Campus
    Important Notes Supervised by a TESL Canada aprroved instructor

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200 - 789 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada
V6C 1H2

Phone: 604-683-7528
Fax: 604-683-7609

Mon to Thurs: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (PST)

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