120 HOUR Course

Location: Osaka, Japan, Takamatsu, Japan

Registration Process: Email us at tesolinjapan@gmail.com to receive PDF file via email.

There are THREE methods to complete the 120 Hour Course

120 HOUR In-class Course: This course is a one-month, 5 days a week course where you will meet with trainers in Osaka in July. Upon successful completion of the course you will be certified and be eligible for job counselling and referral services. We do not guarantee job placement, but are very well connected to put you in touch with a number of employers, school boards, and recruiting agencies with whom we have excellent relations.

120 HOUR On-Line Course: This course is completed on-line. All reading materials, reports, quizzes, and responses to video classes are completed at your own pace. Once successfully completed, students will come to Takamatsu-city, Kagawa for a one-week practicum training in one of our schools under the supervision of trainers and EFL professionals. Successful completion of the course results in certification and job placement counselling.

120 HOUR Full On-Line Course: This course is the most economical of the three and is recommended for those who cannot easily travel to our schools in Takamatsu, or come to the full in class program in Osaka. The course is completed fully on line. A tutored course is priced at $350.00 US dollars, and untutored is $235.00 US dollars. These prices are set by the main office in New York and are fixed. Please contact us at tesolinjapan@gmail.com to fast-track your way to TESOL certification.

20 HOUR Course

Location: Tokyo, Japan


This course is offered once a season and acts as a sampler for the full 120 hour TESOL certification. The course cost is $500.00 US dollars and is a weekend course over two days. Meet with trainers in TESOL, learn about teaching skills needed for the TESOL certification, and also learn about teaching English to a Japan-specific market. Contact us at tesolinjapan@gmail.com for registration and information about our next weekend course.

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