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Teach English in Panama

Want to Teach English in Panama?

  

Amongst many other things Panama is a meeting place. As the southernmost country in Central America, Panama bridges the gap between North and South America. The Panama Canal introduces the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific. Between the two coastlines, lush tropical rainforests meet modern and thriving cities. Within Panama City, the historical beauty of Casco Viejo and the Old Panama Ruins co-habitate with cosmopolitan bars, restaurants and shopping. North meets south, old meets new, nature meets civilization, in one of the most exciting and unique destinations in Latin America.

Training & Certification

LanguageCorps offers the following Program in Panama:

  • TESOL Certification

The four-week training course in Panama includes 130 hours of classroom training, as well as 10 hours of assessed teaching practice. The course is conducted in our Panama City TESOL training center, which offers modern, comfortable facilities in a convenient downtown location.

The TESOL Certification Program includes:

  • TESOL Certification course
  • Job placement assistance

The TESOL Certification Program Fee in Panama is US$1,595.

Optional accommodations are available with a local host family for approximately $600 to $800, which includes 2 meals per day. Hotel, hostel or apartment accommodations can also be arranged.

 

The following are NOT included:

  • Round trip airfare to host country
  • Personal expenses (meals, entertainment, local transport, living expenses, and personal shopping)
  • "Upfront" costs following the training period, such as apartment security deposits and first month's rent
  • Visa costs and fees

Note: To ensure placement in the program you desire, we advise applying two to six months prior to your intended start date. Late placements are sometimes possible; please contact us immediately if you are applying less than two months before your desired start date.

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