Train to teach English in Cadiz with Active Language!

  • An authentic and friendly Spanish city on the beach
  • Individual and personalised career guidance and life-long support
  • 5-week full-time and 9-month part-time
  • More time, less stress
  • High quality, individualised tuition
  • Teaching Younger Learners Extension Course available with every TESOL course
  • Combine your TESOL course with Spanish lessons

Active Language is a language school and teacher training centre located in Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain.

We run TEFL teacher training courses after which the graduates can teach English anywhere in the world.

Active Language is an accredited Trinity College London provider.  This means that every Trinity CertTESOL course is moderated on site by Trinity College London.  The Trinity CertTESOL course is one of the two internationally recognised qualifications in TEFL.  It is a postgraduate certificate of education focused on teaching English as a foreign language.  The Trinity Certificate in TESOL courses are for people who want an internationally recognised qualification and a practical course of ELT teacher training given by a highly-qualified and experienced TESOL training team.

The Trinity College London Certificate TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) course has been running for the last 10 years and 200 trainees have successfully completed the course.

We are the most well-known provider of the internationally recognised Trinity Certificate in TESOL course in Cadiz and Andalusia, Spain. All our TESOL courses are recognised by the British Council. Furthermore, our TESOL courses are accredited by Trinity College London. Each TESOL course is also externally moderated by Trinity College London to ensure high standards are maintained.

5-week full-time or 9-month part-time Trinity Certificate in TESOL courses are available to obtain a certificate in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). As a TEFL-qualified teacher you are able to teach English and pursue TEFL jobs anywhere in the world.

Teaching English in Spain: despite the current economic situation, Spanish people are moving forward by investing in their own education, especially learning English.  Spanish universities require students to reach a B1 foreign language level before completing a degree.  This is generating a higher demand for English teachers in Spain.  So, we offer extensive employment connections throughout Spain and especially in Andalusia.


Course Location(s)
Course Type(s)
  • Combined TEFL Courses, On-site TEFL Courses
  • Just Text What's Up
Course Length(s)
  • Short Courses (40-100 hours), Standard (120-140 hours), Long Courses (150+ hours)
Specialist Course(s)
  • Teaching Young Learners (YL)
Additional Feature(s)
  • Part Time Option
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