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EFA’s New Internationally Recognized TEFL Course

What’s wrong with the CELTA?


The CELTA is a great course, one that I would recommend to anyone, but the fact is that it isn’t for everybody. For one thing, it’s very expensive; for another, it is, for some candidates, too intense. Being under a huge amount of pressure to learn so many things so quickly doesn’t always produce the best results.



This is why English for Africa has designed, and is going to offer, starting this year, its own internationally recognized 120-hour TEFL course.


  • 120-hour TEFL certificate, as required in most developed nations (including China)

  • International certification from Westminster College London

  • Ofqual Level 5 certification (the same as for the CELTA course) available

  • Get trained by CELTA trainers

  • 100 percent face-to-face training

  • Dates: 5 to 30 August

  • Place: Meknes, Morocco


Three Levels of Certification Available




Three levels of certification are available, at three different prices:

  • English for Africa 120-hour TEFL Certificate: 4000 dh

  • Westminster College 120-hour TEFL Certificate: 4500 dh

  • Westminster College OfQual 5 (same as CELTA) 120-hour TEFL Certificate: 7500 Dh


For the first time in Morocco you’ll be able to get CELTA-level training at a fraction of the price.


Don’t hesitate to apply—seats are limited!


Write now to admin@englishforafrica.net, or call +212 680 542220 for more information.

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