Teaching TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS Preparation Courses

Teaching is both a challenging and rewarding career that many people sacrifice a tremendous amount of their lives in order to help others. One of the most rewarding aspects of teaching is preparing them to take IELTS, TOEIC, and TOEFL preparation courses. Here is a brief breakdown of what to expect with each examination. 

TOEFL by Flickr CC Kaplan International English

TOEFL Preparation Courses 

The TOEFL examination is the Test of English as a Foreign Language. This popular exam is primarily for North American English. The course will take several weeks to complete and comprises of several lessons. Teaching students to prepare for this examination is highly rewarding as a teacher because you will be placing so many students into jobs that could could never attain without this examination.

TOEIC Preparation Courses 

The TOEIC examination is the Test of English for International Communication. This examination is going to prepare the student for using English skills in the workplace. The examination is internationally recognized and will push the student to make sure they have an understanding of both speaking and writing, as well as reading and listening skills needed to function on the job. This course will challenge both student and teacher, ensuring that all the key skills of the English language are thoroughly understood.

Taking a Test by Flickr CC Casey Konstantín

IELTS Preparation Courses 

The IELTS examination is the International English Language Testing Service. This examination is entry level and is a requirement if the student wants to continue their education in a university in New Zealand, Australia, UK, and Ireland. Various government agencies as well as international corporations recognize the exam as part of their application process. Teachers can expect to feel quite a sense of accomplishment knowing the students being helped with this exam go on to further their education at some of the best universities in the world. The course is both challenging and rewarding for student and teacher.

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