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Survival in Rome’s Summer Heat – AKA Beaches

On April 24, 2018, Posted by , In Latest posts,TEFL Blog, With Comments Off on Survival in Rome’s Summer Heat – AKA Beaches

Summer-time Beach Getaways from Rome By: Michael E. Grullón If you’re making summer plans to do your TEFL course in Rome, then you need to know about the best summer getaways near to the city. So why us? Why Rome? Rome is magical all year round, but the summer really…

The Best Small Museums in Roma – Where the Locals Go

On April 18, 2018, Posted by , In Latest posts,TEFL Blog, With Comments Off on The Best Small Museums in Roma – Where the Locals Go

By: Michael E. Grullón Rome is a living, breathing, walkable museum. Everywhere you can possibly go has history and beauty. Yet, when in Rome everyone hears about visiting the Vatican Museums, Castel Sant’Angelo, and Galleria Borghese. Big names after big names, and that’s all most people focus on, but some…

Way Up High in Rome: The Best Views of the Eternal City

On April 18, 2018, Posted by , In Latest posts,TEFL Blog, With Comments Off on Way Up High in Rome: The Best Views of the Eternal City

By: Michael E. Grullón Most of us have heard of the legend of Rome’s birth. The ancient conception of the city via Romulus and Remus’s extraordinary upbringing by a she-wolf who saved and nurtured them. If you believe it, be my guest! Try to prove it while you’re here for…

What’s all the fuss about? Full-time & Part-time TEFL Courses

On March 20, 2018, Posted by , In Latest posts,TEFL Blog, With Comments Off on What’s all the fuss about? Full-time & Part-time TEFL Courses

Which TEFL course is best for you? That’s all up to your personal preference, learning style and how long you want to take to become a qualified teacher. Regardless, the courses are the same in the end – as is the Trinity qualification gained! No previous teaching experience is required to take…

Best Aperitivos in Rome for the Best Evening Out

On March 9, 2018, Posted by , In Latest posts,TEFL Blog, With Comments Off on Best Aperitivos in Rome for the Best Evening Out

By: Michael E. Grullón We all need a break from time to time. A little breather in between assignments and a relaxing moment after classes. You know… a letting go moment. Are you thinking of doing the Trinity CertTESOL course in Rome? Then take it from me, you’ll be needing…

Fun Things To Do Once You Finish Your TEFL in Italy Course

On February 27, 2018, Posted by , In Latest posts,TEFL Blog, With Comments Off on Fun Things To Do Once You Finish Your TEFL in Italy Course

By: Pamela Quezada Have you already marvelled at the sight of the Coliseum as you stepped off the subway? Have you feverishly thrown all your coins in the Trevi Fountain making wishes? Once you can wipe the sweat off your brow after the intensive Trinity CertTESOL course here at TEFL…

“I had a blast; always on the edge!” A recent TEFL graduate shares

On February 22, 2018, Posted by , In Latest posts,TEFL Blog, With Comments Off on “I had a blast; always on the edge!” A recent TEFL graduate shares

Name: Saqeb Shahzad          Age: 30 Nationality: Pakistan What were you doing before your TEFL Course? Before recently moving to Málaga, Spain I was working as a Marshall in Dubai Autodrome and importing cars from USA/Japan for my father’s car showroom in Dubai. What made you decide to take the TEFL Course…

How to spend the perfect weekend in Málaga!

On October 2, 2017, Posted by , In Latest posts, With Comments Off on How to spend the perfect weekend in Málaga!

By Susanne Bloecher I have been living in Málaga for 3 months now and every day the city surprises me with its beauty. The golden light of dusk, the bustling old town, the smell of freshly grilled sardines on the beach… Being really busy during my 4-week Trinity CertTESOL course, I only got…

Getting paid for teacher training – Erasmus+ makes it possible!

On September 20, 2017, Posted by , In Latest posts, With Comments Off on Getting paid for teacher training – Erasmus+ makes it possible!

By Susanne Blöcher “I want to develop my teaching skills but can’t really afford the course costs…” Ever had this thought? Then you have probably never heard about the Erasmus + grant. In order to support multilingualism and lifelong learning, the EU enables teachers to participate in training courses in a country other…

“I did it – so can you!” A recent TEFL graduate shares

On August 24, 2017, Posted by , In Latest posts, With Comments Off on “I did it – so can you!” A recent TEFL graduate shares

Name: Susanne Blöcher Age: 22 Nationality: German   What were you doing before your TEFL Course? I literally jumped into the course after just having finished my Bachelor’s degree in Tourism Management in Edinburgh – my graduation ball was the night before the course start in Málaga! I cannot believe…