I’m writing this post after the countless messages I’ve received asking for advice on becoming a TEFL teacher in Italy. So for all you I-want-to-be-an-English-teacher-in-italy dreamers out there, this post is for you!
Like many youngsters from my generation, the first step of my journey started on Google. After a few hours of research (and head banging) I decided to put in an application for a TEFL program in Florence, Italy. I applied through a company called Language Corps, an organization that helps aspiring teachers find the correct TEFL program and arrange their move abroad. Although it wasn’t necessary to go through Language Corps, in the end they were extremely helpful and made my transition fairly easy.
After that, it was matter of gathering all the correct documents (visas, insurance, etc) and booking my flight. For more information about the documents you need, please check out my previous post “So you…
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