Travel Italy and become TEFL-TP Certified with ACLE


ACLE is an Italian educational association accredited by the Italian Ministry of Education and the World TEFL Accrediting Committee. ACLE has over 35 years of experience in the language-learning and language-teaching sector. Each summer the association trains and places more than 450 English tutors in camps to teach English to Italian children and teenagers.

This is a unique opportunity to enhance your CV by learning how to teach through games, sports, drama & songs all taught at our orientation. It is also a great summer experience where you will meet people from around the world, enjoy all that Italy has to offer, and make amazing memories for you & the children you meet.

All applicants attend a one-week intensive training course, usually on the Italian Riviera, where they learn everything they need to know about teaching English through theatre and play.

Once trainee tutors have completed orientation they attend a minimum of three weeks in camps across Italy from the Alps to Sicily, putting their training into practice teaching children.

Free accommodation with Italian host families , food and transport during and between camps is provided and trainee tutors also receive a paid study grant which is based on the number of weeks spent teaching.

The study grant starts at €520 for your first 3 weeks in camp.
Applicants must be Native (or near-native) English speakers with a passion for teaching.
Native or near-native English speakers
Preferably 19+
Must be able to attend one of our orientations in Italy;
1. June 4th – 9th
2. June 11th – 16th
3. June 18th – 23rd
4. June 25th – 30th
5. Aug. 13th – Aug. 18th

To apply.
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Nationalities Accepted: EU nationals / Non EU nationals with 90 days visa for travelling

Expires: Mar 15, 2018


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