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Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
CTESOL / CTEFL: Teach English Around the World
4 week — Internationally accredited courses worldwide.

International TEFL and TESOL Training’s in-class TESOL course in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica provides top quality teacher training in a beautiful tropical location. The course covers teaching theory, methodology, lesson planning and English language concepts and gives students the opportunity to try out their newly learned skills in the classroom with real students. All graduates will receive an internationally recognized teaching certificate and lifetime job support on successful completion of the course.
Teach English in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica Dates: Course available each month all year-round
Cost: Deposit: US$600. Balance: US$1190.

Berlitz Language Center
Berlitz also has Language Centers across Latin America in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Mexico.


Intercultura Costa Rica
Teach English to children through seniors, ages 4-60, in small classes of 6 to 14 people. Offers free Spanish classes and prefers a year-long commitment.


LanguageCorps in Costa Rica
Offers unique, year-long programs - providing training, job placement, and support for talented people interested in travel, adventure, and teaching abroad. Includes a TESOL training and certification course, local language training, guaranteed placement in a paid EFL teaching position (typically for 6 to 12 months), and comprehensive support services including our local Corps Advocates to help insure you have a secure and rewarding international teaching experience.


Sarapiqui Conservation Learning Center
Volunteer to Teach English in the Rain Forest
The Sarapiqui Conservation Learning Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to linking the community with conservation. We are looking for an ESL Coordinator to begin asap and commit until December 12, 2008. You will teach English to adults and teens. In exchange for your volunteer work, you will be provided with free room and board. Preferred applicants have an ESL certificate or experience in teaching ESL.


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