UK-TEFL intensive training courses are an established route to becoming an employable English teacher. You will be awarded a Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) on successful completion of the course. This is an internationally recognised qualification and will allow you teach English in the UK and overseas. Our practical courses take place at Clare Hall at Cambridge University.
Book this month and receive a third off all course fees. Automatic discount applied at checkout. 2 day course now £133.33 and 3 day course now £166.67
There is on-street parking available at Cambridge, but this is limited.
For Cambridge University directions, click here >
The Holiday Inn located close by is a great place to stay.
Lake View, Bridge Road
Telephone : 0871 9429015
Cambridge railway station is approximately 1.3 miles from the University Centre. A taxi from the train station to the University Centre will cost around £5.00, and should take no more than ten minutes.
In the past, students have come from Peterborough, Norwich, Bedford, Ipswich, Colchester and Northampton to attend the UK-TEFL weekend TEFL courses in Cambridge.
At this location tea/coffee is provided, however lunch is not. Lunch is available onsite at the Red Brick Cafe on Monday-Saturday (snacks) or the Golden Restaurant Saturday and Sunday between 12pm-1:30pm. Please note that catering facilities are only available during term time.
There are up to 20 students on each course.
Cambridge courses are run by Ruthie Collins and Mike Furber.
3 day courses : Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9am - 6pm
2 day courses : Saturday 9am - 8pm, Sunday 9am - 6pm
Yes, UK-TEFL have been awarded NCFE accreditation under the Investing in Quality Licence which gives formal recognition to our in-house programmes as providing confirmation and assessment of a student's achievement of specific criteria at a certain level . NCFE is a recognised awarding organisation and further information on our accreditation and NCFE can be found here>
The You must be aged sixteen or over to enrol on a UK-TEFL course.
Yes, Clare Hall - Cambridge University is accessible to students with mobility needs.
Our usual room, the Doshisha, is accessible at street level.
The doors single width but are wide enough for wheel chair access.
Toilets are accessible within the venue.