TEFL in Montreal / TESOL in Montreal
International TEFL Training Institute’s centre in Montreal is located right at the heart of the city on Park Avenue, one of central Montreal’s major north-south streets. It derives its name from Mount Royal Park, by which it runs. Once one of Montreal’s most elegant residential avenues, Park Avenue is a busy commercial street with great shopping and entertainment today.
The school is accommodated in a building that has been luxuriously renovated with state-of-the-art equipment for today’s demanding needs. The trainees have access to a computer lab with free Internet access to allow them to do research or just keep in touch with family and friends. There’s also a cafeteria in the building where they can sit, eat, and chat with their friends.
ITTI has highly-qualified and experienced TEFL instructors who will teach you how to teach English to others. While studying, you will receive up-to-date, professional instruction by our qualified, experienced TEFL instructor, and you will receive valuable classroom experience in the supervised practicum.
Total course fee: US $2,000
Deposit: US $500 (upon registration)
Balance payment: $1,500 (due five business days before the first day of the course)
2017 – TEFL in Montreal
- 9 January – 3 February
- 6 February – 3 March
- 6 March – 31 March
- 3 April – 28 April
- 8 May – 2 June
- 5 June – 30 June
- 3 July – 28 July
- 1 August – 26 August
- 7 August – 1 September
- 4 September – 29 September
- 2 October – 27 October
- 30 October – 24 November
- 27 November – 22 December
Total course fee: US $1,800
Deposit: US $600 (upon registration)
Balance payment: US $1,200 (due five business days before the first day of teaching practice)
Course fee contains tuition, certificate and moderation
2017 – TEFL Teaching Practice Dates
- 9 January – 18 January
- 6 February – 14 February
- 6 March – 14 March
- 3 April – 11 April
- 8 May – 16 May
- 5 June – 13 June
- 3 July – 11 July
- 7 August – 15 August
- 4 September – 13 September
- 2 Obtober – 11 October
- 30 October – 7 November
- 27 November – 5 December
Our global world is becoming smaller, and today’s workplace is international. With Canada turning increasingly multicultural, there are countless opportunities for trained professionals in Canada in both the public and private sectors. Opportunities outside Canada abound.
If you plan to travel, teaching EFL/ESL is a great way to finance and even extend your travel plans. Teaching is a superb way to immerse you in new cultures and to meet new people. If you plan to stay here in Canada, there are many teaching opportunities for qualified professionals. All major cities in Canada have long been a destination for immigrants. While many know several languages, they may need to learn or improve their skills in English. Our program provides you with the skills required to teach English to those who speak other languages.
If you qualify for a working holiday visa, this is the best option for a foreign teacher. Simply look for language schools in the Yellow Pages or ask around once you’ve arrived. In Canada, people apply at schools and go for an interview.
Working holiday visa requirements are as follows:
- From Austria, Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland,
- Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland,
- South Africa, Ukraine or the United States
- Aged 30 or under
- Have no children
- Proof of funds (approximately CAD 4,000)
- Adequate travel insurance
Please check with a consulate for the latest updates. If you don’t qualify for this type of visa, you have to find a school that sponsors your work visa.
Montréal, a charming and unique North American town, is one of those cities on the planet that hypnotizes you the moment you step on it. Its perfect combination of old traditions and modernity and its undeniable French heritage blended with the progressive beliefs of American society have shaped Montréal’s culture making it one of the most pleasant and exclusive places to visit.
The city is beautifully situated on an island where three rivers flow together: the mighty St. Lawrence, the Rivière des Prairies and the Ottawa.
French is only one of 35 or so languages you will hear on the streets of this international city of 1.6 million inhabitants (more than 3.6 million if you include the suburban neighborhoods). Demographics show that Montreal residents come from 80 countries, forming an urban mosaic of vibrant ethnic communities and neighborhoods safe to walk during the day or at night.
Considered by many the next design city, Montréal caters to all kinds of travelers specially those who love fashion, arts and style. The town is full of boutique hotels, designer stores and an incredible cuisine with roots from the culinary hub of the world, France. Its different neighborhoods which include Old Montréal with its beautiful Notre Dame de Montréal Basilica, Downtown Montréal with its ultra-modern design buildings, Hochelaga-Maissoneuve, Plateau Mont-Royal, Mount Royal and “La Ville Souterraine” or Underground City; offer you almost the unimaginable.
If nightlife is of any concern, you can rest assured; there is no shortage of it in Montréal! From bars and pubs to jazz clubs and lounges, and resto clubs to dance clubs, you will find a fun place to suit your style. Montréal is famous for the most exciting bars, great terraces, and beautiful people. We invite you to watch the following video to get a glimpse of what you can expect in this fabulous city.
There couldn’t be a better party going on.
Summer is the time for festivals in the city. The International Jazz Festival and the Fire Works Festival are just two of many well known events that attract visitors from around the globe.
“I like New York. I like Sydney, Rome, Tokyo, and Paris. But I love Montréal!” Those are the words of a tourist who recently visited this marvelous Canadian city.
During the winter season, Montréal offers numerous trails and hills that are sure to satisfy beginner to expert skiers and snowboarders. Montreal skiing facilities include downhill and cross-country trails. The mountains around Montréal are known as one of North America’s major alpine regions. Snow conditions are excellent.
Montréal has surprising good hiking within the city limits and lots more hiking and backpacking in the surrounding regions. The first place you might want to try is of course the Mountain, Mont Royal. There are dozens of trails and pathways that crisscross the area. You can start at Beaver Lake, or if you want a better workout, hike up from Avenue du Parc. Montréal’s Nature Parks are another obvious destination. Scattered along the north shore of the island, all of them have trails through fields, forest, wetlands and shoreline marsh.
In summary, here are eight reasons to come to Montreal:
- A beautiful multicultural North-American city, with traditional French roots
- Rich in museums, churches, historic sites, science centers, urban parks, and multicultural quarters
- Montreal has been rated as one of the safest cities in North America
- A paradise for skaters, skiers, and snowboarders in winter
- One of the world’s best places for seeing beautiful autumn foliage
- Famous international festivals (ex.: International Jazz Festival) in summer
- Cool down hot summer days in the city’s numerous indoor and outdoor pools or at a nearby lake
- Exciting club life attracting people from all over
Montréal’s climate varies a lot over the year. The city is known for its cold winters, but its summers are hot and generally sunny, with occasional muggy days. May and October are arguably the most pleasant months for outdoor activities and walking.
Average temperatures vary from 10-25°F (-13°-5°C) in January to 65-80°F (18°-27°C) in July.