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Benefits of Earning a Diploma in Teaching English as Second Language Diploma
  • According Human Resources and Skills Development Canada English as a Second Language Teacher earn a median hourly wage of $33.85/Hr.
  • High Demand: From 2011-2020, job openings are expected to total 156,200 while only 147,254 job seekers will be available to fill these job openings.
  • 89% of workers in this occupation worked full-time, compared to the average of 81% for all occupations.

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Teaching English as a Second Language is a three-month program that gives you work-experience and practical knowledge to teach English to foreign students. Teaching English can be very exciting and adventurous both within Canada and abroad. Lesson planning and examining different teaching techniques, including games and other interactive activities are part of the curriculum of the Teaching English as a Second Language program. A 30-hour supervised practicum with 10-hours of teaching is also a requirement of the TESL program (also known as TESOL or TEFL) program. Graduates receive a diploma for teaching English as a second language and are eligible for TESL Canada Professional Certificate Standard Two as the program is recognized by TESL Canada. With the TESL diploma under your belt, you can explore the world and get paid too.

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