TEFL courses in Edinburgh - Reviews
Elizabeth Gracie, homemaker: Meeting the other people and the interactive practices, some really good ideas on how to conduct and set up classes.
Gillian Lees, financial services: The venue was very good, centrally located, nice coffee lounge, and well kept premises. The course was very interactive and I enjoyed the activities.
Iona Sweeney, primary teacher: I found the detail in the couse very relevant to teaching and as an intensive introduction to teaching english, I found it very helpful. Esme was an excellent tutor offering good advise and keeping us alert..very good pace both days.
Graeme Kemlo, student: Helpful and friendly atmosphere.
Susie Mackie, sales assistant: The way the tutor brilliantly demonstrated good teaching techniques in all her lessons.
Angela O Looney, college student: I liked that it was very challenging.
Elizabeth Douglas, sales assistant: I enjoyed learning again and the course structure was clear and content well explained. The tutor made the learning interesting and fun and was experienced which was reassuring. I also enjoyed meeting a wide variety of fellow students of all ages and being encouraged to interact. Took me out of my comfort zone but encouraged me to work hard and think outside the box.
Debbie Cochran, homemaker: The opportunity to see what it was like to be taught a language foreign completely foreign to me via the TEFL mode.
Henry Harper, unemployed/jobseeker: The teacher was fun, informative and engaging.
Lydia Taylor, student: The demonstrations allowed us to understand what it would be like to be a pupil of a foreign language which would help us to become better teachers by pointing out not only the mistakes that the pupils may make but also common mistakes that teachers make.
Catriona Young, musician: It offered a comprehensive grounding in teaching English - it was useful to learn to lesson formats.