TEACH ENGLISH IN GUATEMALA!

ANTIGUA & PAID JOB GUATEMALA

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Begin your TEFL training in Antigua, Guatemala, before launching into a guaranteed teaching job to teach English in Guatemala!

This program is designed for people who want a supportive landing in Guatemala, making friends with like-minded people and gaining extensive knowledge. We train you in all things TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), help you with CV preparation, and assist you until you land that dream job of teaching in Guatemala. Jobs are guaranteed after the program, so we really do offer the full package!

The first 4 weeks consists of face-to-face training in Antigua, Guatemala. You have a maximum amount of time to adapt to the country and more time to apply for the jobs that you want, with the help of our team. The TEFL qualification you will receive at the end of the training is internationally recognised and rated at 150 hours.

4 weeks face-to-face TEFL training
Qualifies you to teach english abroad anywhere
Guaranteed paid teaching job after the TEFL training
Live and work in one of the most off-the-beaten-track destinations
 Start dates generally every month

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You will do a practical teaching module and teaching methodology module. After you complete our program, you are qualified to teach English anywhere in the world!

Contracts are normally 6 months in length and jobs are available all year round. Most of the positions are in language centres teaching adults. It’s important to note that whilst 6 months is a minimum requirement, there is no upper limit, and so you can extend your contract upon mutual agreement, or seek another position.

Guatemala is full of culture and history. Home to the Mayan people, it has various sites you can visit and is steeped in history. Many Mayan ruins exist in Guatemala and traditional dress and culture is common among the indigenous natives. Apply now to teach English in Guatemala!


"After trying an online course, I didn't feel quite prepared enough to go straight into teaching, so thought the internship would work better for me… having a network of mates who are all in the same boat has been invaluable. I chose to stay on another term and it just gets better and better."

− Kaye Rawlings