On-Location 120 Hour TEFL/TESOL Course

Camp Thailand/ “English For Fun” 120 Hour On-Location, Internationally Accredited TEFL/TESOL Certification Course


The Camp Thailand/ “English For Fun” 120 hour, internationally accredited and recognized TEFL/TESOL certification course can be taken in Bangkok, Buriram or Phuket in Thailand. The course has a very practical emphasis and deals primarily with the real skills and knowledge needed by teachers in the EFL/ESL classroom.

In just 15 days, you will graduate as a qualified TEFL/TESOL teacher, equipped with the skills, knowledge and practical teaching experience necessary for you to start your new EFL/ESL career anywhere in the world!

Trainees in our course receive observed teaching practice covering young learners, adult and one-to-one levels, and peer observation. These features alone, are more than most other TEFL or TESOL course providers offer.

2018 Course Dates and Thailand Course Locations

The Camp Thailand/ “English For Fun” 120 hour TEFL/TESOL course is conducted over a 15 day period. Weekends are generally left open to travel, enjoy the many local attractions or just kick back and relax.

Bangkok City, Thailand

BANGKOK City, Thailand

  • 16 April – 04 May, 2018
  • 07 – 26 May, 2018
  • 04 – 22 June, 2018
  • 08 - 26 October 2018

BURIRAM (Krasang Town, Buriram Province, Thailand)


BURIRAM (Krasang Town, Buriram Province, Thailand)

  • 16 April – 04 May, 2018
  • 07 – 26 May, 2018
  • 04 – 22 June, 2018
  • 08 - 26 October 2018

Phuket, Thailand

PHUKET Island, Thailand

  • 16 April – 04 May, 2018
  • 07 – 26 May, 2018
  • 04 – 22 June, 2018
  • 08 - 26 October 2018

120 Hour, On-Location TEFL/TESOL Cost

Only $595 USD (approx. £449 GBP)

N.B. Excludes Accommodation and Air Fare.


Our TEFL certificate course is divided into six main areas:

  1. Teaching Techniques
    This component of the TEFL course covers areas such as:


    • Lesson planning
    • Teaching vocabulary
    • Teaching grammar
    • Classroom management
    • Reading and writing activities
    • Creative Writing activities
    • Pronunciation activities
    • Speaking and listening activities
    • Warmers and modeling
    • Controlled practice
    • Language in context
    • Textbook review and evaluation
    • Games and songs in the classroom
    • Classroom discipline
    • Teaching beginners
    • Teaching advanced students
    • Teaching adults
    • Teaching individual students (tutoring)
    • Teaching young learners
    • Teaching Business English
    • Correction techniques
    • Creating materials
    • EFL/ESL terminology
    • C.V. Design for your ESL/EFL Career
    • Interviewing Role playing
  2. Language Awareness  "Grammar" - Covers parts of speech, simple sentence elements, phrases and clauses.
    Phonology - Covers phonetics, word stress and intonation, rhythm and intonation, sentence stress and Intonation, connected speech, problems for EFL/ESL learners.
  3. Teaching Practice & Observation
    This is the most practical and fundamental aspect of any TEFL/TESOL course.  “English For Fun” trainees conduct 6 observed teaching practices, covering young learners and adult students. One-to-one tutoring is also covered in the 15 day period. All teaching practices are conducted with local students of English, which makes the experience authentic and rewarding.Our fully qualified trainers will guide you through the process of planning, preparation, delivery and reflection, and will provide you with constructive feedback (both written and oral) on your performance.
  1. Materials Project
    All trainees must develop and submit two sets of self-produced teaching materials used during their teaching practices. The materials may include flashcards, class handouts or worksheets. Trainees are required to develop original materials. During the last week of the course, you will be asked to present your teaching materials, explain how they were used, how they could be improved, and how they might be used in another context.
  1. Assignments
    Trainees are required to complete two written assignments covering aspects of the TEFL course. Our schedule allows for individual study/preparation time, and our trainers are here to guide and assist.A grammar/phonology/punctuation review will also need to be completed. This review is based on material covered during the course. Pre-course study in these areas is not necessary but we strongly suggest that you “brush up” on basic English grammar before beginning the TEFL course. An easy-to-understand pre-course review will be sent to you prior to the start of the course. The internet is also an excellent, free resource for researching anything related to EFL/ESL teaching.
  1. Business English for ESL/EFL.
    In the 15 day, 120 hour TEFL/TESOL course you will learn about the theoretical and practical aspects required to design a tailor made, industry-specific course for individual companies or private students. This knowledge, along with our practical assistance and assignments, will equip you with the tools to teach Business English within the tourism as well as other industry sectors. This is the fastest growing and most lucrative market for ESL/EFL instruction. This course component is ideal for TESOL/TEFL teachers who wish to supplement their earnings with private students or those that choose to specialize within a business environment.


There is no final examination. Assessment is ongoing throughout the TEFL/TESOL course and is based on the following areas:

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  • Completion of Assignments and Grammar/Phonology/Punctuation Reviews
  • Successful Completion of Teaching Practices
  • Completion of Teaching Materials Project
  • Completion of 1-1 Tutoring Project
  • Active Participation in Class and Work Groups
  • Professional Attitude, Preparedness and Behavior
  • Trainees must obtain at least a 70% overall grade in order to pass.