TEFL in Marrakesh / TESOL in Marrakesh (Morocco)
TEFL in Marrakesh is an intensive four-week/120-Hour TEFL Certification program, including 100 hours of theory input with an instructor and an additional 20 hours of an English-teaching practicum. Our TEFL/TESOL certification course is worldwide accredited and recognized. It meets international standards for teacher training with its observed teaching practice.
This TEFL course is the ideal training for those who have little or no teaching experience and who wish to enter the English-teaching profession.
Our TEFL school is located close to the crowded city center in “Ville Nouvelle.” Many restaurants, cafés, galleries and boutiques are accessible to our TEFL students there.
We provide free Wi-Fi internet access, a lunch room, and an extensive library in the TEFL teacher training center. Free Arabic classes are included in the TEFL course fee. There will also be opportunities for excursions exploring Moroccan culture.
Free Arabic classes throughout the duration of the TEFL program.
TEFL jobs abound in Marrakesh, Morocco’s second largest city, and its population continues to rise. Teach English abroad jobs are readily available to the well-trained, certified TEFL teacher. In order to apply for a work visa and job in Morocco, a 120-Hour TEFL Certificate is a must.
TEFL schools in Marrakesh typically offer a workload of around 20-25 hours per week, leaving teachers plenty of opportunities to travel and explore.
The EFL students are most likely business professionals, adult language learners, and children in public schools or in private language centers.
As part of the benefit package, some schools may offer medical insurance and pay you a return flight after completion of a two-year contract.
An alluring combination of Arab, Berber and African cultures, Morocco’s enigmatic charm has attracted numerous artists, musicians, and writers to its charismatic villages and awesome beaches throughout history. From beautiful shorelines and medieval medinas to the trekker’s paradise of the Atlas Mountains, Morocco offers a broad collection of cultural treasures and natural attractions.
The center of Marrakesh is the famous square, Djemaa el-Fna, which is packed with entertainers such as acrobats, drummers, dancers, pipe musicians, comedians and storytellers. After you have had your fill of entertainment there, you may head into Marrakesh’s maze of covered street markets. In the evening, about 100 small restaurants set up right in the middle of the action offering Morocco’s traditional cuisine at its very best. Moroccan food is mouth watering.
Bus, taxi, train, car, or horse cab are the major modes of transportation in the city. During high traffic times, walking is a great way to see the dense downtown area. For long distance trips, there are a few different types of buses that travel in and out of Marrakesh.
Marrakesh features a semi-arid climate with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers. Average temperatures range from 12° C (54° F) in winter to 23° C (74° F) in summer.
The wet winter/dry summer precipitation pattern of Marrakesh mirrors precipitation patterns found in Mediterranean climates; however, the city receives less rain.