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TESOL Taiwan teacher training

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TESOL Taiwan teacher training

Postby wonder » 07 Jun 2016, 18:09

I've been looking into some training courses here in Taiwan, (as I am already living here and teaching here), and I would like to take a course in ESL teacher training.

I came across this place, called 'TESOL Taiwan' located in Taipei. It refers to the Cambridge International Education Inst. as its base for courses, and provides many options for courses.

I did a search of this forum and found no direct references to this school.

If anyone has any experience or has heard anything about this school, could you please share?

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