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I moved to Canada during the pandemic, and in order to continue my 10 year long teaching career, I needed a certificate recognized by TESL Canada. So I chose Ontesol 120-hour advanced certificate.

The online courses allowed me to make the best out of the lockdowns, I was free to learn at my own pace, take the quizzes and rewatch and review the materials even offline, and I had the amazing support and thoughtful feedbacks from my tutor on my assignments and personal essays.

Over all it was a great learning experience for a teacher.

Review 231 of 232 OnTesol

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I did the 250-hour TESOL Diploma, practicum, Teaching Business English, and Teaching IELTS. The diploma’s course content was well designed and very informative. In the grammar module, there were a few ambiguities and errors in the text, so I turned to my tutor for help. Margaret was wonderful and answered my questions with very detailed explanations. Google and a good grammar book also helped a lot with the grammar module. I found the Teaching IELTS course to be more practical than the Teaching Business English course because it offered many tips that were really useful for IELTS. My tutors for these two courses, James and Mojgan, were great. They always replied back to me within 48 business hours.

One thing I love about OnTESOL is that they offer job assistance to their students and graduates. Dan, the student advisor, provided some much-needed resume and cover letter support. This has helped me land two interviews within a week.

All in all, I recommend OnTESOL to anyone who wants to teach ESL.

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