TEFL & TESOL Courses in San Francisco (3)
St Giles International: San Francisco Center
St Giles International was founded in 1955 by Paul Lindsay and his wife Diana. Paul trained to be a teacher and started his career teaching English and French to native English speakers at a north London polytechnic.
Every year around 14,000 students from over 100 different countries choose St Giles for their language and learning needs. Established in 1955, we offer 60 years' experience in providing excellence in training for people of all ages, all needs, and from all over the world.
St Giles International is fully accredited and regularly assessed for the teaching of English by the British Council in the UK, the CEA in the USA, and Languages Canada in Canada. These are major independent bodies that control quality standards in language centres in the UK, USA and Canada. Our US centres are also members of AAIEP. Our St Giles UK centres are members of English UK and were all inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) in March-April 2013 (additionally St Giles London Central and St Giles Brighton were inspected in May 2015), and are listed by UKVI as sponsors with Tier 4 Sponsor status.
You can read more about us here.
Teaching House: San Francisco Center
Cambridge University approved the opening of Teaching House in 2007. With the aim to expand quality English-language teacher training in the United States, Teaching House has opened over 15 center locations and trained over 3,000 new teachers. Teaching House is now the largest provider of Cambridge CELTA courses in the world.
Ensuring the high standards of education that are set by Cambridge University, all Teaching House CELTA courses have a maximum of only 6 trainees working with each trainer. To fulfill this trainer/trainee ratio, the Teaching House staff include over 20 Cambridge University-approved teacher trainers as well as a strong support team based at our headquarters in New York.
In addition to the standard four-week CELTA course format, Teaching House has developed two new formats: the 10-week part-time course which is designed for people who work full-time during the day (the course is run on two evenings a week and on Saturdays); and, the 7-week semi-intensive course (the course is run three days a week), which is run in November and December of each year and designed for people who would prefer to take the course at a slower pace.
Oxford Seminars: San Francisco Center
With courses from Manhattan to Miami, San Diego to Seattle, Phoenix to Philadelphia, Tampa Bay to Toronto, and many more in between, Oxford Seminars is the leading provider of teacher training certification courses across the US and Canada.
Why Teach English Abroad?
- Immerse yourself in unfamiliar cultures
- Start new adventures and a new lifestyle
- Extensive travels to exotic locations
- Experience an exciting, in-demand job
- Increased independence and self-reliance
- Establish rewarding and lasting friendships
- Help the communities you live and teach in
- Save considerable amounts of money
- Gain valuable life and career experience
- -Experience stories to last a lifetime
Why Choose Oxford Seminars?
- Over 5,000 Satisfied Graduates Annually
- Live In-Class Courses with Limited Class Size
- Highly Qualified and Experienced Instructors
- Comprehensive Curriculum & Course Materials
- Unparalleled Graduate Placement Service
- 18+ Years of Industry Experience