How You Can Teach English Abroad
TESOL, TEFL, TESL Certificates Apostille Canada – Global Affairs of Canada Authentication Department (JLAC)
Are you planning to teach English abroad? We have helped thousands of teachers in apostille their degrees at foreign embassies. Teaching English overseas requires you to authenticate and legalize (Canada Apostille) your credentials. Three types of certificates to teach English abroad. These are TESL, TEFL, and TESOL certificates. Each of these certificates is designed to teach English to individuals whose first language is not English. The teacher must be cautious when taking courses that will award these types of certificates. If you have been asked to have these credentials authenticated by Global Affairs Canada and then legalized by a particular destination countries Embassy.
A couple of years ago, Global Affairs Canada (previously known as the Department of Foreign Affairs, and International Trade) has made changes to the authentication of those certificates (TESL, TEFL, and TESOL). The examiner in the authentication department of Global Affairs will confirm that the certificate has been issued by an educational institution that is recognized by a Canadian Provincial Ministry of Education body. If the document is not issued from a recognized institution, then it will not be authenticated. We highly recommend that you contact our Document Expert for a free consultation. Not being able to authenticate and legalize your document at a foreign embassy is frustrating, a waste of money and time.
Our office has been authenticating and legalizing Canadian documents (Canadian Apostille Process) for use in foreign countries. Our expert document specialists are familiar with the various teaching credentials such as TESL, TEFL, and TESOL Certificates. We handle both the authentication of documents (Apostille) with Global Affairs Canada and legalize with an embassy or consulate.