This level 2 TESOL certification is specifically designed for candidates who wish to teach English in the Hong Kong NET Scheme. It covers teaching areas that are relevant and specific to the demands and preferences of the Hong Kong Education Bureau.
The Hong Kong NET Scheme will only accept candidates who have an accredited TEFL qualification plus one of the following set of credentials: 1) Bachelors degree (any major) plus a valid teaching license or PGCE. 2) English major with 1 year of English teaching experience. 3) Bachelors of education with an English major.
A level 2 TESOL certification focusing on specific areas that are valuable to the Hong Kong NET Scheme. Expect in-depth training, personal 1-on-1 trainer support, thorough feedback on assignments and job guidance upon completion of the course.
As part of a special promotion we're able to offer a $50 discount on this course - an exclusive offer - until March 15th. Enroll now for only $404, the price will go back up to $454 after March 15th.
A tailored course for candidates aiming to work in Hong Kong, especially on the Native-speaking English Teacher (NET) scheme. Combines accredited online training with a kindergarten/primary learner specialization in addition to a flexible in-class teaching programme you can complete locally from any location.
|Module||Module title||Section||Section title||Suggested Time (hrs)|
|CI||Course introduction Part 1||1||Getting Started||0.5|
|1||Introduction to TEFL/TESOL||1||Thinking about teaching||1.5|
|2||Why Learn English?||1||Reasons for Learning English||2.0|
|3||Classroom Management 1||1||Your Classroom||1.5|
|3||Classroom Management 1||2||Classroom Planning||2.0|
|4||Classroom Management 2||1||Engagement Activities||1.5|
|4||Classroom Management 2||2||Pair Work||1.5|
|4||Classroom Management 2||3||Groupwork||1.5|
|4||Classroom Management 2||4||Classroom Discipline||1.5|
|5||Classroom Management 3||1||L2 Spoken Correction||2.0|
|5||Classroom Management 3||2||L2 Classroom Sensitivity||1.0|
|6||Materials and Levels||1||Student Levels||1.5|
|6||Materials and Levels||2||Choosing Materials||2.0|
|6||Materials and Levels||3||Course Books and Online Materials||2.0|
|7||Lesson Planning||1||Lesson Planning - Stages||2.0|
|7||Lesson Planning||2||Lesson Plan Sample||2.0|
|8||Basic Skills - Reading||1||Materials and Pre-teaching||2.0|
|8||Basic Skills - Reading||2||Presentation, Study, Practice||2.0|
|9||Basic Skills - Writing||1||Teaching Writing||2.0|
|10||Basic Skills - Listening||1||Teaching Listening||2.0|
|10||Basic Skills - Listening||2||Listening Lesson Ideas||2.0|
|11||Basic Skills: Speaking||1||Speaking in English||2.0|
|11||Basic Skills: Speaking||2||Pronunciation||2.0|
|LP||Level 2 Lesson Plan||1||Plan for a speaking lesson||5.0|
|12||Getting Started with Grammar||1||English Basics 1||1.0|
|12||Getting Started with Grammar||2||English Basics 2||1.5|
|13||Grammar 1 - Present Tense||1||Present Simple||2.0|
|13||Grammar 1 - Present Tense||2||Present Continuous||1.5|
|14||Grammar 2 - Past Tense||1||Past Simple||2.0|
|14||Grammar 2 - Past Tense||2||Past Continuous||2.0|
|15||Grammar 3 - Auxiliary Verbs||1||Do, Does and Did||1.0|
|16||Grammar 4 - Future||1||The Future Part 1||2.0|
|16||Grammar 4 - Future||2||The Future Part 2||2.5|
|17||Vocabulary||1||Approaches to Vocab Lessons||3.0|
|18||Classroom Confidence||1||Getting Ready to Teach||2.0|
|19||The World of EFL||1||Teaching Around the World||3.0|
|19||The World of EFL||2||Getting your First Job||1.0|
|CC||Course conclusion||1||Certification and Survey||0.5|
|CI2||Course introduction TEKPL||1||Before You Start||1.0|
|1||Module 1 TEKPL||1||An Introduction to TEKPL||1.0|
|1||Module 1 TEKPL||2||Motivating Young Learners||2.0|
|1||Module 1 TEKPL||3||Teaching EYL – Getting Started||1.0|
|1||Module 1 TEKPL||4||Managing Resources 1: Course Books & Materials||3.0|
|1||Module 1 TEKPL||5||Managing Resources 2: Using Topics & Apps||2.0|
|2||Module 2 TEKPL||1||Characteristics of a Young Learner||1.5|
|2||Module 2 TEKPL||2||Classroom Management - Discipline||1.5|
|2||Module 2 TEKPL||3||Teaching Young Learners with Minimal Resources||2.5|
|2||Module 2 TEKPL||4||Gaining Confidence with Young Learners||0.5|
|2||Module 2 TEKPL||5||Professional Development||0.5|
|2||Module 2 TEKPL||6||Lesson Plan||2.5|
|2||Module 2 TEKPL||7||Tutor Feedback Review||1.0|
|TP||Teaching Practice||TP||Leading, Assisting and Observing a Class||10.0|
|TOTAL SUGGESTED COURSE TIME||100.0|
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No. You can enroll and begin this course at any time.
No. All course materials are included in the displayed enrollment price.
Yes. You must have citizenship from the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa.
No. This course was designed for teaching English in Hong Kong NET Scheme which only hires native English speaking candidates.
Yes. Having previous teaching experience is not a prerequisite for this course.
No. Having a bachelor’s degree from the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, NZ or SA is mandatory for securing employment in Hong Kong. Furthermore, the NET Scheme generally requires candidates to a TEFL qualification in addition to having one of the following sets of credentials:
1) Bachelors degree (any major) plus a valid teaching license or PGCE.
2) English major with 1 year of English teaching experience.
3) Bachelors of education with an English major.
You have 6 months to complete the course. This includes the online portion plus the 10 hours of teaching practice.
You are graded by continuous assessment. Your marks are added up as you proceed through the course and there are more marks for the latter modules, so you have the chance to make up any marks you may have missed out on in the earlier ones. You need to get 50% for a Pass, roughly 67% for a B grade (ACTDEC Pass with Merit) and 83% for an A grade (ACTDEC Pass with Distinction). You’ll receive individual comments on all of your completed sections.
You can expect to receive the certificate 2-3 working days after your final assignment has been submitted for grading and assessment. There is a small fee for a hardcopy of the TEFL certificate. Requesting a hardcopy is completely optional and you will automatically receive an electronic copy for free. Note: Electronic TEFL / TESOL certificates are widely accepted by most overseas schools and employers.
Yes. Global English provides job advice, personal CV assistance, information from people who are currently teaching in Hong Kong and contacts for experiences NET recruiting agencies. They will also let you know when schools contact them looking for graduates through their regular magazine E-Global.
The NET Scheme accepts applications twice per year for the start of each semester. You can apply to the NET Scheme during any application intake period. Note: Having TEFL is mandatory for qualifying for NET, however, you can still apply before you complete the TEFL certification under the condition you provide proof of enrollment and a copy of your certification prior to entering Hong Kong. Global English can provide enrollment verification letters if requested.